A turn-of-the-century masterpiece comes on the market with all the attention it deserves! This magnificent 1902 stone and shingle manse by renowned Bronxville architect William Bates showcases his flair for the dramatic and the exquisite craftsmanship of the Gilded Age. The home's centerpiece is the 2-story great room with sweeping staircase and imposing fireplace, crowned by a Tiffany-style stained glass skylight. The extraordinary 2-story dining room is the piece de resistance, featuring a curved wall of leaded and stained glass windows, decorative painted ceiling, grand fireplace, and charming minstrel's gallery. Wow! With all its splendor, this is still a home for today's lifestyle, with a handsome living room, adjacent music room, beautifully paneled library, large eat-in kitchen, butler's pantry, sunroom, wraparound porch, and luxurious master suite. Ideally located in the historic Lawrence Park neighborhood, the property is a 2-minute walk to the train, school, and shops.