One of Bedford’s most prestigious estate properties—Nearly 48 glorious acres in the heart of Bedford’s Guard Hill. Former home to noted equestrienne Wilhelmine Waller. Remarkable turn-of-the-century Colonial Estate designed by the architectural firm of Kenneth Murchison, as well as Mott Schmidt. Painstakingly restored while maintaining architectural integrity in 2006-2007. Stunning interior with beautifully proportioned rooms, period millwork, hardwood floors, refurbished fixtures and multiple fireplaces. Impressive Entrance Hall with grand main staircase. Formal Living, Drawing and Dining Rooms for entertaining. Christopher Peacock Kitchen. Gym, Family & Recreation Rooms for casual everyday living. Choice of Offices for working remotely. Seven Bedrooms including two Primary Suites. Spectacular terrace with outdoor fireplace, built-in buffet & fully equipped outdoor kitchen. Gate House & Cottage plus sand ring, numerous barns with 25 stalls and farm buildings. Fruit orchard, fenced paddocks & open meadows.
Cathedral/Vaulted/High Ceiling, Eat in Kitchen, Elevator, Horse Property, Master Bath, Powder Room, Security System, Stable/Paddock, View, Cottage, Home Office, Workshop