• Monday , 18 March 2019

A Bowman in Bronxville

Lewis Bowman was a world-class architect who simply never swung far from the tree. The Mount Vernon, a onetime McKim, Mead & White draftsman and recipient of Cornell’s first-ever fellowship in architecture, built among the finest examples of Tudor Revival homes anywhere, defining the fabric of pre-war Westchester.

On Bowman’s best-known canvas, the village of Bronxville, this gated 1926 manor combines the elegance of another era with high standards for today’s living. Original architectural details, and the home’s high degree of privacy, remain unchanged, and altogether it all just needs to be seen to be believed:

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