Bringing the graceful elegance of England's countryside to New York's northern suburbs, this classic stone manor, completed in 1930, is one of Armonk's signature properties. Set on 14 acres in the town's Whippoorwill estate area, the home boasts the finest old-world craftsmanship on a grand scale: interiors are appointed with quarter-sawn oak floors, plaster work, paneling and leaded glass windows. Sun cascades through arched glass doors and bay windows, illuminating its vast spaces. The great room is exceptionally standout, preserving its original tracery ceiling, robust fireplace and access to an adjacent stone floor sunroom—also featuring a fireplace. Equally impressive is the private master wing, featuring a barrel ceiling in the bedroom, an adjacent sitting room, dual dressing rooms/baths and balcony access.
See how truly unparalleled it all is: