Park-like grounds offer a stunning landscape of ancient mossy oak trees with trailing branches, serpentine beds of azaleas, fountains, brick patios enhanced by Staub’s signature ironwork, and a classically styled pool dropped into the sweeping lawn.
The library overlooks the rear grounds through a magnificent bay window. Note custom-painted fireplace mantel.
Surrounded by jib head windows overlooking the front and rear patios, the dining room retains its vintage Gracie wallpaper (restored). Doors at rear access the breakfast room/ bar.
The thoroughly modern gathering kitchen features porcelain countertops and floor, SubZero and Wolf appliances, abundant high-gloss cabinetry and open shelving, a breakfast bar with marble waterfall, and windows overlooking both front and rear gardens.
This photo illustrates the skillful blending of contemporary design with vintage architectural elements, such as the parquet floor.
This photo offers a closer look at the custom designed fireplace mantel.
Positioned near the living room, the large wine closet's floor-to-ceiling racks provide abundant wine storage.
The entrance into the living room from the reception hall.
This view of the living room looks toward the entrance from the reception hall. Note the vintage marble fireplace with exquisite inlay and deeply carved pilasters.
[Breakfast Room / Bar]
Adjoining the dining room, the breakfast room doubles as a bar / lounge for entertaining. Note icemaker, chiller, and sink (rear of photo).
[Formal Powder Room]
The formal powder room retains its vestibule entry which has been recreated as a striking space for wall art.
Positioned near the return staircase, this half bathroom serves the kitchen and playroom. This is one of three half bathrooms - the formal powder room, this bathroom, and a third half bathroom that serves the playroom and pool.
Located in the service area behind the kitchen, the laundry room views the motor court and offers a space for a refrigerator and abundant cabinet storage.
[Sitting Room / Den]
A second view of the second floor's sitting room reveals the window overlooking the balcony. Note main staircase landing at right.
[Nursery / Study Hub]
This charming space, in use as a nursery, would also serve as a study hub for older children or as a home office. Staircase leads to the third floor/ floored attic with storage closets.
[En Suite Bedroom]
This secondary bedroom features views of both front and rear gardens and grounds.
Note custom wallpaper on ceiling.
[En Suite Secondary Bathroom]
The en suite bathroom for previous bedroom. All secondary bedrooms are en suite.
[En Suite Bathroom]
This en suite bathroom serves the preceding secondary bedroom.
Bluestone pavers form a path to the lawn-dropped pool.
This view travels across the lawn and pool to the patios that flank the enormous library window. Note graceful flowerbeds and heirloom oak trees.
Staub designed the brick home in a cruciform pattern that takes full advantage of the fan-shaped, 59,400 sf (+/-) homesite.
[Heirloom Oak Tree]
Ancient mossy oak trees shade the grounds.
This photo of the side elevation reveals a fountain, boxwood garden, and patio. Note circular drive that travels to the rear motor court.