30 Woodbine typifies the great Shingle-Style summer homes of Larchmont Manor, speaking to the relaxed elegance of days gone by. Curbside confidence, communicated through intricate texture of symmetry, cedar shake and stone, seductively pulls you in from the sidewalk, where you'll be greeted with sophistication and warmth from the front porch in. 4,200 square feet have been meticulously restored to preserve the home's period integrity, combining clawfoot soaking tubs with radiant heat floors, original mahogany with modern appliances and detailing that simply can't be found in new construction.
The home's current owners worked with architect Robert Keller, a master of such projects, to infuse every inch with fresh energy, and the result is nothing short of enchanting. Have a look: