Project Description

Sitting on 2.6 acres of a steeply sloped mountain with a view of New York City, is an extraordinary estate named Stone Eagles Manor. Built in 1926, the home is nestled in an eclectic upper-class neighborhood, where it is not uncommon to find turn of the century estates bordering midcentury manors and ultra-modern mansions. Unique to this castle-like structure is its façade, which is composed of Mediterranean coral stone. As beautiful as the home is, the new owners wanted the entire grounds redesigned to include more privacy, a courtyard with a swimming pool and cabana, as well as more outdoor features and recreational areas, to fit the needs of this young, European family and their three school aged children.