The Wyeth and King Impressive Stone Residence

Nowadays there aren’t many houses built of stone. Architects tend to choose more versatile materials that are also easier to use. This makes stone houses even rarer and thus more interesting and unique. This is the Wyeth and King Stone House. It’s a very impressive residence that sits on a 5.5 acre site.

The house sits on a tree lined village street behind a high hedge. It was originally designed by the Architectural firm Wyeth and King from where it also gets its name.This beautiful house was built in the late 1930s for one of East Hamptons most prominent residents, Robert Lion Gardiner. Now the residence is on the market and it can be purchased for $29,000,000. It would make a wonderful getaway and a great family home.

The residence has been carefully refitted and restored in a five-year period. The changed made didn’t interfere with the residence’s original design and architecture. The architectural details and most of the features have been preserved while also updating the interior and restoring the exterior.This impressive residence features over 10,000 square feet of living space and it includes 10 spacious bedrooms and 8 full and one half bathrooms.

The property also includes a detached garage and a swimming pool along with several lovely fountains. The house offers beautiful views and amazing landscape.

Published by in Real Estate, on March 1st, 2012


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