Architect Designed Colonial
Design by Wallace K. Harrison whose portfolio contained Rockefeller Center, The United Nations and Lincoln Center. This 1936 Colonial has two Neo Greek Revival wings connected by a gracious formal entrance gallery, flanked by two curved staircases. It boasts five bedrooms, living room with a fireplace, French doors and large bay window, a formal dining room, library, kitchen with breakfast room, home gym, sauna and wine cellar. The house is situated on over fourteen open and wooded acres at the top of Painter Ridge with stunning and protected western views. Must see!