Designer-built and published in Architectural Digest, this 18th-century-style French pavilion on 2.7 +/- acres features hand-cut limestone shipped from Provence specifically for this five-bedroom residence. A tree-lined drive provides the approach to the entry through which the rear limestone terrace and pool can be seen. Continue reading to view additional images.
The home’s horizontal line, steep roof, and octagonal wings disguise the 23-foot high interiors. The entire house is enhanced by tall French doors with stone moldings and the great room is flooded with light. The ground floor west wing features the master and a guest suite both with outdoor access, and upstairs, continues with a sitting area, bed, bath and gym. The ground floor of the east wing hosts the dining room and dine-in kitchen with fireplace. A circular stair leads up to a two-bedroom suite with sitting room and bath. The same staircase leads to the basement with wine cellar. The rear landscape features a heated Gunite pool accented with limestone obelisks.
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