The Main House
Designed by Charles Sumner Greene and Henry Mather Greene, leading figures of the early 20th century Arts and Crafts movement, the main house’s rooms are oriented to maximize the spectacular views of the property’s celebrated gardens and grounds.
The main home’s original interiors were designed with a remarkably elegant yet comforting sense of light and scale. Of particular note is the game room featuring hand carved Greene and Greene furniture as well as extensive paneling depicting the four corners of the world. Not only were these exquisite pieces designed by the Greene’s, the brothers actually carved and constructed the works themselves.
Famed New York interior designer Elsie de Wolfe, whose clients included Amy Vanderbilt and the Duke and Duchess of Windsor, selected and designed many of the furnishings and her vision has been preserved to this day in three of the bedrooms.