Designed by Charles Lewis Bowman, a onetime McKim, Mead & White draftsman and native of neighboring Mt. Vernon, 7 Northway in Bronxville manifests a timeless vision of suburban luxury. Old-world elegance abounds in this 1927 American original, showcasing the exquisite stonework, grand-scale interiors and intricate detailing that defined the architect's signature style and exerted indelible influence upon the character of lower Westchester's most revered communities. A curved staircase, ornate plasterwork and gleaming oak floors provide an irreplaceable framework for modern-day living, with ample formal and informal living spaces that include a comfortable library, thoughtfully renovated kitchen, sun-splashed bedrooms and a finished lower level with extensive climate-controlled wine cellar. The landscaped property can be enjoyed from a private terrace off the master suite, or a stone patio below.
Step inside this regal residence to see how this enduring masterpiece remains as enchanting today as it was when Bowman envisioned it: