The Warren and Wetmore Carriage house was built in 1900 as a large carriage house for "Lindley Hall," the adjacent estate. Famed architects Warren and Wetmore are responsible for many significant historic buildings, including Grand Central Terminal in New York City, the New York Yacht Club and the Mayflower Hotel in Washington, D.C., and many other important buildings. Located on 1.4 private wooded and manicured acres, the home has been thoughtfully maintained and improved by its current owners, including new beautiful marble countertops in the chef's kitchen, along with a new Thermador induction cooktop. The entry space is dramatic with its soaring ceilings, and would be ideal for a large art installment or display. The dining area is located between the kitchen and the formal living room, with walls of windows, soaring ceiling, and fireplace. The floor plan is perfect for entertaining. The master suite is located on the first floor and has lovely views and a sumptuous master bathroom with large soaking tub, separate shower and built ins for storage and clothing. The second floor is ascended by a staircase custom made for the house and leads to a family area with fireplace. There are three additional spacious bedrooms and an updated full bath on this floor. One bedroom has a charming sleeping loft. There is also a recreation room with powder room, and a large spacious open room with expansive space, soaring ceilings, and loft.