This truly unique, one of a kind residence was designed by world famous Architect, Wallace K. Harrison, whose projects included Rockefeller Center and the Metropolitan Opera House, and has been featured in many national magazines. Mr. Harrison was hired by financier Frank A. Vanderlip to design this dramatic stone residence for his daughter and son-in-law in the 1930's, and it has remained a prominent featured home today as it was back then. One of the first contemporary style homes built in Westchester. The home was updated to reflect today's amenities while maintaining the character and integrity of design that was originally created. A Serene Retreat for today's discerning buyer nestled on 4.54 acres. Radiant heating in most rooms on the first floor and Quarter Sawn Oak Floors reflect the period of yesteryear. . Great entertaining rooms featuring walls of windows marrying nature and home as one. 2018 New Driveway. Close to train and world famous Country Clubs. Taxes do not reflect Basic Star exemption.