House In Chester Twp., United States
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- 7 bedrooms
Property descriptionNorman style house with long-distance views
This Norman style house, built in 1935, was designed by Adams and Prentice for the late Henry R. Luce and his wife, Lila. Mr. Luce was the founder of Time and Life Magazines. Approach by a pea gravel drive lined by mature Sycamore Trees, this house was totally renovated in 2000-2001. The long distant views face south. Limestone and Washed Aggregate blocks are used throughout the exterior construction of the house and garage and both have a tile roof.Professionally landscaped, the property boasts an apple orchard, a walled serpentine garden, a boxwood garden with a reflecting pond and informal gardens. The detached four-car garage has a charming one bedroom cottage above it. The basement has a large laundry room with two sinks, two washers and two dryers. There is also a wine cellar.
1901, Route 206, Chester Twp., New Jersey, United States
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