Built in 1914 by theatrical architect W.H. McElfatrick for Samuel Scribner, a pioneer in the American theater, this majestic Georgian Revival brick house sits at the top of Plateau Circle in the heart of the prestigious Lawrence Park Hilltop in Bronxville Village, close to shops, school and train. It has been called one of the finest examples of Federal architecture in America. The home's classical front façade includes the grand terrace overlooking terraced gardens with fountain and pond. The terrace is flanked by stairways on both sides leading to the formal front entrance. The home has grand staircase in the entry hall with hand carved balusters. The large living room and large formal dining room have classic dentil ceiling moldings, raised paneling around the windows and doors and working gas fireplaces. This beautiful home features 6 bedrooms and a charming family basement room. While it is a formal design, this Georgian Revival house is a warm, comfortable family home.