A charming and classic entryway greets guests when they walk into this Bronxville, N.Y., home. Hardwood floors are softened by traditional area rugs, while damask wallpaper brings texture and elegance to the walls.
The eat-kitchen in this Bronxville, NY mansion has been modernized and given a farmhouse style makeover, with lots of white cabinetry, pendant lighting above the large island and matching dining table for additional guests.
The Gothic style mansion known as the Crow's Nest in Bronxville, NY, features a formal reading room with beautifully crafted details, such as the white patterned ceiling, traditional chandelier, built-in wooden bookshelves and bay window with bench.
Classic, white cabinets provide a lot of storage in the farmhouse-inspired eat-in kitchen at the Bronxville, NY mansion. The space offers updated stainless steel appliances, polished hardwood flooring and plenty of seating for guests to enjoy a warm meal.
The Bronxville mansion comes complete with a grand dining room with a formal flair. With seating for 10 guests at the lengthy dining table, the hardwood flooring and accents draw the eye up the tall ceilings to the exposed beams overhead.
This Gothic style mansion in Bronxville, NY, welcomes guests into a grand foyer wrought with traditional appeal. The space is welcoming with yellow-toned wallpaper, plenty of space for a piano and an ornate staircase with a built-in bench for seating.
A stone fireplace warms the neutral toned reading room in the Crow's Nest, a name given to this Bronxville, NY mansion. With entrances to the dining room and stairs to the next level, this room displays beautiful design from the ceiling to the bookshelves.
Designed by architect William Bates, the home fits right into the history of Bronxville, N.Y.’s treasured Lawrence Park. It was built in 1902 by Elizabeth Custer, General George Custers widow and rests majestically on a high crest with tree-top views of the village from its fabulous wraparound porch.
This Crow's Nest Mansion in Bronxville, NY, offers guests lots of architectural design upon entering the space, from the coved ceilings to the corner fireplace with a rich, detailed mantle. The bay window lets in natural light and features a bench for extra seating, while a large Persian rug lines the floor.
Designed by architect William Bates, the home fits right into the history of Bronxville, N.Y.’s treasured Lawrence Park. It was built in 1902 by Elizabeth Custer, General George Custers widow and rests majestically on a high crest with tree-top views of the village from its fabulous wraparound, balconied porch.
Known by the locals as the Crow's Nest, this sensational Bronxville, NY mansion is surrounded by 1.3 acres of hilltop property with distant views of the Manhattan skyline. At more than 10,000 sq. ft., the home was built of local quarried stone and in Gothic Revival design, with its romantic ornamental flourishes, nine bedrooms, six bathrooms and seven fireplaces.