In northern Westchester County, the late 1940s were a halcyon moment in homebuilding. Peaceful, post-war attitudes found a fitting home amidst the woods, ponds and lakes, where relaxed luxury contextual to the region’s natural surroundings provided a canvas for tranquil, authentic living—from the modernist architecture of Mount Pleasant’s Usonia to contemporary takes on the classic country house.
This stately stone residence, completed in 1948, captures the relaxed, understated luxury of the time, manifesting through meticulous masonry, custom moldings and unwavering attention to detail. Set on over three acres, the home’s elegant simplicity and inherent sophistication makes it a truly enchanting place, whether for weekending or year-round living. We’ll let you see for yourself: