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.
A castle-inspired home wraps around a stunning Gothic style courtyard. Ornate metal detailing featured on the well provide a medieval feel while the Gothic style arches are reminiscent of the Middle Ages.
Stone steps lead to multiple tiers in the backyard of this luxury Australia estate. The 1870-built Gothic Revival mansion has been fully updated to meet the needs of a modern-day family. An infinity-edge pool and spa overlook sweeping views of Sydney Harbor.
Castle-like details adorn this traditional home office, which features a triptych of Gothic windows, elaborate crown molding and an intricately wrought door with iron detailing. Tall bookshelves match the room's soaring dimensions.
With its stone facade and many-gabled roof, this custom-built estate could star in a fairy tale. The grand front entry features a pair of Gothic arches, and a tiered fountain holds court at the center of the circular cobblestone drive.
"Details are the difference between good and great," says the design team of this fully renovated transitional estate. In this instance, a Gothic arch on the brick garden wall offers a peak at the home's overall architectural inspiration. A warm, traditional lantern and potted greenery create an inviting entryway.
An accent wall in this "gothic glam" guest bedroom is covered in wallpaper from Iris Maschek. A ruby-hued bed adds a pop of color but keeps with the room's moody vibe. Lamps from Voila Gallery connect the space to industrial elements found elsewhere in the home. LIghting is dim, setting the tone for a show-stopping space with a modern gothic mood.
With their unusual shape, these gold-trimmed mirrors almost resemble the windows in a cathedral. The candelabra accent below further drives this idea home and speaks to the owners' love of Gothic style.
A traditional stone fireplace commands attention in this Gothic-style sitting room, pairing well with the built-in shelves and heavy wood beams above. An upholstered bench and ornate area rugs help soften the stone walls.
This breakfast nook is located just off the kitchen, providing a comfortable spot for family gatherings. A gothic wrought iron chandelier is positioned over the round wooden table, while striped upholstery is paired with taupe suede to give the chairs a lively look. Wine glasses and other items are stored in a glass front china cabinet.
Out-swinging garage doors carry on the Gothic theme found in other architectural elements of this home and add excitement to a previously overlooked space. Now a carriage house, the space is home to a sleek and well-appointed guest suite.
Wood floors and a quaint clawfoot tub centered in the space create an old-fashioned bathing room that incorporates modern conveniences. Part of an 1870-built property on Australia's Darling Point peninsula, this Gothic Revival luxury home has been updated to meet the needs of a 21st-century family. Sheer curtains provide privacy and screen the room from the bright Sydney sunshine.