Click for NYS Housing Discrimination Disclosure Notice & Form
The Sunnymead estate brings us back to a time when craftsmanship was considered an art form. This is the perfect marriage of the late Victorian style of the 1887's combined with cutting edge technology and first-class amenities updated in a major 2019 renovation by John David Rose architect, where no detail was overlooked. From crown moldings, to marble countertops and custom floorboards, the old work charm is ever present with a modern take on this village icon. The asymmetry is typical for its Queen Anne influence. Renowned Architect Robert H. Robertson designed this home.The home's layout, including the wrap around porch, are oriented in a way to maximize the natural sunlight throughout the home. Upon entering the oversized Dutch-door the majesty of this home becomes clear. 9000 square feet of living and entertaining space spread over four floors, all easily accessible by elevator. The cutting-edge kitchen with La Cornue range, marble countertops, lux butler pantry, formal dining, and the full outside kitchen make this home any host's dream. The second-floor houses three of the six-bedroom, including the master suite featuring his and her bathrooms, gas fireplace, a western facing porch, oversized walk-in closet, and a private sitting room. The second and third floors both have numerous bonus rooms that could be converted into a home office or playroom. No details were overlooked in the lower level which features a custom state of the art theater, oversized wine seller, gym, full bath, and a sun-filled lower level bedroom with walkout French doors. The heated 36'x19' Gunite pool, pool house with fireplace, two-car garage make this a once in a lifetime opportunity to call Gin lane home.