Built in 1924 by famed architect Lewis Bowman, this historic Cotswold-style property contains original features and modern upgrades that make it effortlessly timeless. Later inhabited by Bowman for 20 years, the 4,453-square-foot residence with four bedrooms and four baths contains an extraordinary past embedded with artistry and creativity.
Description: As the dean of Tudor Revival homes in America, Bowman used his renowned expertise and peerless vision to design this Tudor home. With original stone and ironwork, the home preserves Bowman’s authenticity and brilliance but also includes upgrades such as a more modern country kitchen and lustrous bathrooms. The property also features a living room with a vaulting ceiling and millwork, a sunlit den with a fireplace and garden views, and a family room.
On the outside, the property embraces nature and maintains its ingenuity with a walled courtyard garden designed by Timothy Tilghman of Untermyer Gardens.
Selling points: A rich, historic property with plenty of rustic charm; spa-like modern baths; your own private slice of Untermyer