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"THE BREEZES" circa 1904, designed by Palmer and Horbostel is sited on 4.5 private acres of lush manicured grounds and gardens designed by Barry Webber. The unparalleled grounds afford space for large gatherings, intimate "Tete a Tetes" and a future pool and tennis courts. This spacious home presents with just under 7,000 square feet, with 15 rooms, 7 bedrooms and 6 and 1/2 baths. There are 5 fireplaces in rooms with 9-foot ceilings that offer open flowing movement for entertaining and are filled with period architectural detail, parquet floors and fine lighting. Virtually every room has views looking out over the lush private grounds. The kitchen will meet the requirements of any fine chef and is completely refined with upgrades. The conservatory offers quadruple aspect lighting and is an ideal retreat in all four seasons. There is a library, tap room, adjunct dining or breakfast room, rooms for office, study, nursery, and playroom. The glass-covered veranda is accessed from the dining room and conservatory, and is unparalleled, offering outdoor entertaining in 3 seasons. The Breezes is reminiscent of an English country house. There are 3 floors of living space, a large wine cellar, state of the art mechanicals and attention to every detail. Life at The Breezes is like ensconcing oneself in a film.

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Listed by Thomas Mcgowan of Elyse Harney Real Estate

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