Raleigh Gildersleeve, the distinguished architect of Drumthwacket and notable Princeton University buildings (including McCosh Hall, Cap and Gown, Campus Club), designed The Coach House of the former Pyne Estate, a Shingle Style home with Tudor Revival elements, circa 1896. Faithful 25-year stewards, the current homeowners commissioned an award-winning renovation by architect Maximillian Hayden that recaptured its architectural integrity and created airy, loft-like rooms for modern life. Restored original ceilings and dramatic archways soar above an expansive living and dining room. French doors lead from a large, elegant kitchen to a bluestone terrace. An office suite offers downstairs work-spaces. Four bedrooms include two remarkable suites, one with twin, room-sized walk-ins, luxurious bath, and private stairs to a library/exercise space, the other with a dreamy, light-filled loft. Two other bedrooms share a gorgeous, vaulted bath with beautiful appointments. Nestled in landscaped privacy adjacent to Marquand Park and moments to Nassau Street.