Somewhere between Larchmont and the Cornish countryside, this redbrick Tudor, seemingly straight out of The Wind in The Willows, sits steadfast on 4.62 acres abutting Larchmont's Sheldrake Lake nature preserve. Twisting, towering chimneys and a chorus of stained glass, leaded windows and ornamental masonry make for a dramatic first impression, effusing an old world grandeur that's anything but ubiquitous today. A step inside reveals hints of a more modern sense of luxury. A magnificent kitchen is bright and striking, with clean lines, designer appliances and a striking tray ceiling with artisan pressed tin tile. Other interior spaces blend a perfect mix of historic authenticity and current styles, drenched in natural light that can be followed outside towards flagstone terraces, gardens and a pool. A five-bay garage with lifts features an upstairs apartment, and the gatehouse on the property provides additional quarters.
Hang your coat and derby and step inside for a look: