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Linwood rests on 12.62 acres of lakefront property. Its current original owner worked closely with renowned architect, Robert Lamb Hart and landscape designers, Mike Ceci and John King of Ceci Brothers Landscaping, to cultivate the homes’ surroundings with an acute respect for the pure and natural splendor of the land.Displaying ever-changing panoply of color, seen in layers of gardens and many beautiful specimen shrubs and trees, the rolling emerald lawns meander amidst lush forest foliage. Stone ledges and steps lead to seemingly endless woodland paths ideal for enjoying Nature at her finest. Nestled in a magical setting with mood lighting and views of the lake, an inviting Pebble Tec in-ground pool with intricately patterned brick patio offers a perfect spot for relaxation or visiting with friends on the veranda of the delightful pool house with everything needed for entertaining and casual dining.
Encompassing 1,500 pristine acres spanning from Greenwich, Connecticut to North Castle, New York, Conyers Farm is an ultra-exclusive enclave that includes some of the nation’s finest private residences. The property was originally owned by Edmund C. Converse, a founder of United States Steel, who consolidated 20 smaller farms into one large piece of property and named it Conyers, after the Old English spelling of his own name. In the 1980’s, the property was subdivided and developed by newspaper magnate, Peter Brant, into less than 100 individual estates ranging from 10 to 20 acres, including his own estate. Today, Conyers Farm is a gated community with 2 gate houses and mobile patrols providing 24 hour security, a world renowned Polo field and grandstand, club house, abundant forested acres and the serenely unspoiled 100- acre Lake Converse. The old Converse stone barn was converted a few years ago into The Brant Foundation Art Study Center. This stunning gallery showcases Brant’s vast collection of contemporary American art and is open by appointment and during polo tournaments. Linwood occupies the second lot beyond the New York state line on Cowdray Park Drive, accessible only through 2 gate houses both located on the Connecticut side.Thus, a Connecticut mailing address is necessary to insure proper delivery of mail which all Conyers Farm New York State residents have.Greenwich Avenue is known for its upscale shopping opportunities and is located about 8 miles south of Conyers Farm.Residents of the town associate themselves, almost exclusively with Greenwich for its broad range of local social, cultural, economic and entertainment opportunities.
There are approximately 50 private golf clubs within a 50 mile radius of the town of Greenwich. At about a mile from Conyers Farm, The Stanwich Club is the closest in proximity to the community and has ranked in the top 100 courses nationally.In addition, easy access to the Merritt Parkway makes the drive to Midtown Manhattan less than an hour drive.A 20 minute commute brings residents of Conyers Farm to the Westchester County Airport, which flies directly to most eastern cities and with connections, to all western cities. Additionally, Kennedy and Newark Airports are within an hour of Conyers Farm (plus or minus) in normal traffic.
Welcoming guests with a large circular courtyard and massive front portico, the residence opens through double doors into the enthralling two story foyer with a sweeping circular staircase. The inlaid limestone and wood floors are illuminated by a soaring California inspired window above the entry. Its design and height are echoed in the large windows seen throughout the home, many overlooking the lake. An elegant gallery running perpendicular to the foyer provides access to most of the first floor, which includes a ballroom-sized sunken living room with coffered ceiling, limestone fireplace over mantel and lake views, an imposing formal dining room with a magnificent cove-lit recessed ceiling embellished with a hand-painted mural. Central to the floor plan, a stunning two-story library with wet bar provides a perfect spot for a game of cards and flows from the living room into the Great Room. Aptly named, the two-story Great Room is flooded with sunlight through a soaring bay window that showcases gleaming hardwood floors and a second floor balcony. Two doors open to the delightful and spacious four-season solarium, with brick floors and built-in barbecue, plus access through a wide archway into the sun-drenched, custom crafted gourmet kitchen with its large center island. An exquisite mahogany-paneled study with lake views, an inviting guest suite with fireplace and private bath, and three powder rooms complete the first floor. The second floor includes three gorgeous bedrooms with baths en suite and the palatial, romantic master suite. This luxurious retreat offers a delightful sitting room with fireplace, a lovely master bedroom with French doors to a private balcony, ample closets, and two lavish designer baths offering every amenity for sublime comfort. Half-way between the two levels off a rear staircase, the generous two-bedroom, one bath caretaker’s suite is conveniently located.
Attached 3-car garage
5 family bedrooms, 6 full baths, 4 half baths
Staff quarters 2 bedrooms and 1 full bath
Inground Pebble Tech pool & pool house fully equipped for casual dining
Landscaping by Ceci Brothers
German exterior doors by Tischler
Solid core doors throughout
Exquisite woodworking detail
Estate built by renowned architect, Robert Lamb Hart
4-season solarium with BBQ
Approved tennis court plans
Interior designed by Kenneth Alpert
Oil hot water heat
5 Cowdray Park Drive, Greenwich, 06831
The Historical Waterfront Estate Is Nestled High On A Bluff Overlooking Cold Spring Harbor And Long Island Sound. It Encompasses Over 10 Acres Of Unparalleled Property With 1800 Ft Beach Front With Dock, Lush Lawns, Squash Ct, Staff Quarters, 16-Car Garage, 3 Acre Formal Gardens And Much More. It Has Been Masterfully Restored To Its Original Glory. A True Gold Coast Gem!
Fort Hill Dr, Lloyd Neck, NY, 11743
Offering a sense of tranquility and timeless grace, this stately Georgian Manor welcomes guests onto its sprawling grounds with a tree-lined driveway leading to the dramatic stone façade. Expertly crafted by developer Greg Silver and designed by R.S. Granoff Architects, the home’s two-acre park-like property creates a sanctuary of elegance and comfort. Towering trees serve as a backdrop to exquisite gardens and a spectacular outdoor entertainment complex featuring a glistening Gunite pool with waterfalls, spa and fully equipped pool house with fireplace, surrounded by expansive bluestone terraces. The home’s 12,800 square-foot interior is equally enchanting with large principal rooms, soaring ceilings, six fireplaces and elaborately detailed period millwork and plaster moldings.
Upon entering the dramatic, round-shaped entry foyer with 30 ft. dome ceilings, visitors will be captivated by the gleaming medallion stone and wood floor and stunning grand staircase. To the left, an inviting living room provides an elegant yet comfortable gathering place, featuring exquisite plaster moldings, marble fireplace, wood paneling and beautiful French Doors opening out onto the rear patio. From here, step down into the striking mahogany paneled Library, offering a fireplace, wet bar, American Black Walnut floors and access to covered bluestone patios. To the right of the foyer, a formal dining room presents the perfect area for entertaining, boasting quarter sawn white oak floors, Rumford fireplace, and extensive plaster moldings with French doors leading to the bluestone terraces. The gourmet kitchen is a culinary artist’s delight, boasting a large Butler’s pantry, Walker Zanger stone-topped cabinetry and tile backsplash, Center Island, and breakfast area. High-end appliances include a sub-zero refrigerator and Viking cook top. This bright, convivial space with coffered ceilings opens through French doors onto covered patios. The charming family room is embellished with an English Lantern Ceiling and serves as a cozy retreat boasting white oak, wide plank floors, wood moldings, built-in electronics and Herringbone gas and wood fireplace. A guest bedroom with bath, 2 powder rooms, laundry area and mudroom complete this level of the house.
On the second floor, the palatial master suite provides a luxurious retreat offering a serene bedroom with 15 ft ceilings, plaster moldings, wood and stone fireplace and wrap-around balcony. A beautiful sitting room with wet bar and 2 custom-fitted, walk-in closets separated by a master dressing room, artfully combine to ensure the privacy of a classic retreat. The master bath boasts marble and limestone floors, Waterworks fixtures, Jacuzzi, steam shower and custom cabinets. A large great room with stone fireplace and coffered ceilings offers a comfortable area for relaxation. Four additional, charming en suite bedrooms with walk-in closets complete this level. A partially finished basement with 9 ft ceilings provides additional space for storage and entertaining.
Watch Pointe In Lloyd Neck. Once Part Of The Grand Gilbert G. Colgate Estate, The Property Is Conveniently Located Approximately 40 Miles From Manhattan. Offering Stunning Panoramic Views Of Long Island Sound, The Premium 20 Acre Combined Lot Has Access To Its Own Private Beach.
Watch Way, Lloyd Neck, NY, 11743
A Private Gated Entry Leads To This Magnificent Estate That Features A Stunning Mahogany Library And Grand Public Spaces. The Lower Level Is Fully Equipped With A Bowling Alley,Gym And Movie Theatre. A Newly Renovated Indoor Pool, Outdoor Pool And Tennis Court Make This Residence A Dream Come True With All The Amenities Of Luxury Living.
Chestnut Hill Dr, Upper Brookville, NY, 11771
Spectacular New Construction On 3 Flat Acres In The Heart Of Old Westbury. 8000 Sq Ft Brick Colonial.Extraordinary Millwork & Built-Ins, Plaster Mouldings,Chefs Kit,Ent Rm &Bar,4 Fpl's,Master Suite W/Mbl Spa Bath & His&Her Custom Walk-In Closets. Fully Finished Basement W/ Adult Ent.Area,Child Ent Area,Wine Cellar,Gym,State Of The Art Movie Theater,Pool,Tennis,Generator
18 Elmhirst Dr, Old Westbury, NY, 11568
Once the home of Wall Street baron and Theodore Roosevelt "Rough Rider" B.K. Stevens, “Kirby Hall” (as it was known when built, circa 1902) was one of the magnificent estates of the “Gilded Age,” when opulence and grandeur reigned on Long Island’s North Shore. Encompassing 148 acres, the estate is today known as “Stone Hill at Muttontown”, a gated community of luxury 1 and 2-acre estates with the original mansion as its crowning centerpiece standing majestically on its own 7.5-acre estate. As part of the community, it enjoys Stone Hill’s amenities including security, snow removal, equestrian trail, lawn care and use of the clubhouse with indoor pool, gym, card room and tennis court, but has on its beautifully landscaped property a gorgeous Gunite pool with pool house, its own tennis court, 3-car garage and acres of rolling lawns and scenic gardens. Built of brick in the Georgian style of architecture, the manse features very high ceilings, elaborate carved plaster ceilings, exquisite millwork, and a myriad of high arched windows and French doors opening to an expansive rear bluestone patio. Meticulously restored and updated with the finest in modern amenities, the residence is a perfect marriage of historic charm and supreme comfort for today’s lifestyle. Ideal for entertaining on a grand scale it features a 2-story entrance foyer with bridal staircase, a ballroom-sized salon with imposing stone fireplace (one of 6 unique fireplaces in the home), a light and airy living room, banquet-sized and breathtaking formal dining room with butler’s pantry, spectacular 2-story French country eat-in-kitchen, family room, 2 powder rooms, 9 bedrooms and 7 full baths, including a palatial and lavish master suite. Stone Hill’s mansion is truly a unique opportunity to own a significant piece of “Gold Coast” history and enjoy the opulence of yesteryear with luxury, resort-style amenities of today. Enjoy a secure environment surrounded by beautiful green spaces and a community of like-minded people in the beautiful Village of Muttontown, ranked as one of the wealthiest towns in America by Business Week magazine.
Muttontown NY, 11791
""Thornwood"" Estate - Built In The 1920'S, This Historical Masterpiece Has Been Restored To Its Authentic Beauty, Reflecting The Elegance & Style Of A French Renaissance Chateau. A Multi-Million Dollar Interior/Exterior Restoration. Includes The Highest Quality Craftsmanship & Extensive Artistic Gold Leaf Painting & Ceiling Frescos. Gold Coast Luxury Living At Its Finest!
5 Summerwind Dr, Muttontown, NY, 11545
Sequestered On 3.7 Flat Acres In The Heart Of Old Westbury On The Polo Estates, This Majestic Brick Colonial Offers 6 Bedrooms And 5 & 1/2 Baths. Boasting All The Amenities For Luxury Living This Stunning Residence Includes An In-Ground Gunite Pool And Har-Tru Tennis Court.
11 Polo Dr, Old Westbury, NY, 11568
Spectacular Gold Coast Estate Sequestered On Over 4 Acres In Old Westbury.Designed By Renowned Modern Architect Ulrich Franzen, The Residence Sits On One Of The Highest Points On Long Island. 2 Antique Rooms From The Original House & Restored Gardens & Lawns, Along With Modern Amenities, Combine To Create Timeless History With Modern Design.
20 Horseshoe Rd, Old Westbury, NY, 11568