This stately brick residence was originally built in 1934 and has been beautifully updated and refreshed. The impressive residence is located on a serene tree-lined street off of Embassy Row neighboring Normanstone Park. The property is exceptionally private on a .34-acre lot and enjoys wonderful light and views. The interior of the house is of remarkable scale and provides over 6,500 square feet of living space. The residence features a 30-foot central living room with a fireplace and French doors leading to the private terrace, which provides stunning views of the surrounding parkland. The house has been impeccably expanded by Barnze Vanze Architects to include a spectacular glass conservatory kitchen with a large adjoining family room to meet today’s living standards. There is also a sophisticated formal dining room with fireplace, a separate catering kitchen, and a generously-proportioned library with 18-foot ceilings and an additional fireplace. The upper levels of the residence provide four bedrooms, all of which are en-suite. The luxurious primary bedroom is well-appointed and features multiple walk-in closets, a separate dressing room, and a large spa-inspired bathroom overlooking the park. The lower level serves as an additional family/media room or a fifth bedroom with a full bath. The grounds of the residence are extremely impressive and provide wonderful outdoor entertaining space with a pool, multiple terraces, and professional landscaping and gardens. There is also one-car garage parking. Other notable features found throughout the residence include: mullioned leaded glass windows, custom roped moldings, original trim details, wide-plank hardwood floors, designer light fixtures, a slate roof, and extensive hardscaping.