17 Wood End Lane, Bronxville

Designed by renowned Bronxville architect Charles Lewis Bowman and once the home of Nobel Laureate Sinclair Lewis, this spectacular home has a remarkable pedigree. The magnificent 3/4-acre level property is located at the end of a quiet neighborhood lane—a rare find in the Village of Bronxville. It is peaceful and private; a country retreat just minutes from New York City. Sinclair Lewis’s library features floor to ceiling bookshelves, wide oak plank floors, a gigantic fireplace, and lofty barrel ceiling. Spacious elegant first floor rooms open onto expansive terraces with formal gardens, outdoor bar, heated pool and cabana creating a magical setting for entertaining on any scale. The dramatic family room offers comfortable space for everyday relaxation. A light-filled interior, gorgeous property views from every room, and timeless Bowman architecture make this an ideal home for today as well as a window on a glorious past.

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