Designed by local architect Val Florio and designed by McGrath Builders, the Narrow Lane farm offers 10 buildings across the property, including a 7,300-square foot main house and a 2,600-square-foot renovated farmhouse from the 1920s.
An open floorplan maximizes the space in the living and dining room, highlighted by the eat-in kitchen and adjacent double-height dining room. The double-height library loft can be found on the second level.
We love that the hardwood floors and white walls found throughout the home create a neutral palette, but accent wallpapers and the sun room’s black and white tiled floors add unique pops of color and style.
Right now, the century-old home doesn’t look like much without furnishing or completed renovations—but between the hardwood floors, brick details, and cute, compact space, the home has a lot of potential.
French doors lead to the exterior living space, which is particularly beautiful—between the landscaping and pergola-covered dining terrace next to the pool, the outside feels, as the listing describes it, "magical."
The house was originally designed by architect Paul Lester Weiner, who is known for the historical Contempora House in Rockland County, New York, and for his neighborhood development project of Washington Square in New York City in 1958.
Each property has an interesting connection to the art world. One of the properties once belonged to a renowned art collector, while the other was home to musical couple Phyllis Newman and Adolph Green.
The home is fully equipped with a Sonos sound system and stainless steel appliances in the kitchen, but still maintains its historic integrity with hardwood floors, soaring beamed ceilings, and barn doors throughout.