Built in the 1920’s, this beautiful example of American Shingle style was re-envisioned to bring the gardens and classical architectural vocabulary of its handsome exterior inside. Formerly the residence of Consuelo Vanderbilt, the interiors were totally redesigned to meet the lifestyle of the new owners. Plaster dogwood blossoms, lattice and floral details were subtly incorporated into the new interior millwork to give this residence a unique twist on classical design while relaxing the formality of its former interior. Each room was carefully planned to ease the eye out to the garden views providing spectacular bursts of chromatic energy.
“A special magic happens when a house opens up to nature.”