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Location: Bronxville, New York
Over in Bronxville, N.Y., a well-to-do village 15 miles north of Manhattan, a magnificent Tudor-style home has come on the market, offering the top-notch craftsmanship Tudors are known for and then some. The first thing you might notice about the house is the cluster of five chimneys, so show-stopping it landed the 1928-built residence on the cover of Tudor Style (2002), a comprehensive showcase of the popular home style in America. Anyway, the 4,684-square-foot house was designed by Charles Lewis Bowman, a Tudor Revival virtuoso who designed over 50 homes in Bronxville.
The interior, highlighted by dark wood paneling and gothic arches, looks as intricately crafted as the half-timber exterior. Per the listing, the five-bedroom home is "said to be one of Bowman's favorites." We're not surprised.
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