This stunning home on 1.25 rolling, treed acres in the heart of Bluffview, is one of Charles Dilbeck's finest estates. Known for his romantic combinations of various European styles, Dilbeck here used his characteristic massive fireplaces, unique brickwork, and beamed vaulted ceilings. The interior of the home was meticulously renovated and brought to today's highest standards by architect Ralph Duesing and builder Randy Crowdus. Dilbeck's signature round brick and stone columns were used in recreating the front entry porch, and throughout the exterior living areas. Characteristic wavy brick patterns on exterior walls and fireplace hearths, alcove windows, pointed arched doorways, wide plank wood floors, and vaulted beamed ceilings celebrate Dilbeck at his best. Floor to ceiling windows, and numerous French doors open to outdoor living and dining areas as well as to the charming guest house. A winding staircase leads to the wine cellar, and lower level playroom. Extensive landscaping by Richard Moore creates a lush and private oasis---from the meadow-like front yard to the terraced lawns in the rear. The slate roof and extensive copper guttering and flashing is carried over to the recently constructed guesthouse. With vaulted, beamed ceilings, living room with massive stone fireplace, reclaimed wide plank wood and antique limestone floors, and cozy bedroom, the guesthouse echoes Dilbeck throughout. Two baths complement the space. The pool is temperature controlled for both warmth and cooling. Numerous outdoor living areas and the dramatically beautiful pool, spa and coi pond combine with cozy comforts of interior alcoves, fireplaces, and the best of today's amenities.