Museum quality Colonial Revival mansion in Central Hyde Park. It was built in 1911, for lumber baron Benjamin Berkshire, and designed by Shepard, Farrar & Wiser, architects. Never painted millwork includes wainscoting, pocket doors, heavy crown molding, 1/4-sawn oak & maple floors, built-ins & a staircase that will knock your socks off, as well as, art glass in windows & doors. Original light fixtures with lovely shades including Steuben glass. The original groom's quarters in the carriage house is an apartment.
The kitchen has a SubZero refrigerator and Thermador gas range and was designed to complement the huge pantry that sports original cabinetry. Updated mechanicals include a boiler and 3 zones of air conditioning. Spacious room