Few properties intrigue us more than historic estates. The attention to detail, the scale of the rooms, the thrill of imagining which historic figures walked through the graceful hallways…and oh, the stories they could possibly tell…if only they could speak! The Tobin Clark Estate in Hillsborough meets all of this criteria. Set on six lushly landscaped acres and designed by David Adler in 1931 for Mrs. Celia Tobin Clark, the Cotswold Tudor mansion offers 12 stately bedrooms, 14 baths and grand public rooms that beckon us back to a bygone era. The story of this stunning residence is all in the details: an elegant music room with soaring 15-foot ceilings, expansive leaded-glass windows, antique parquet-de-Versailles floors, French doors leading to the loggia and grand terrace, a marble entry with 17th century paneling, formal dining room, antique oak-paneled library and billiard hall. The owner of this extraordinary estate will feel right at home with a VIP suite with two master suites, guest apartment, pool house and all of the modern amenities one can wish for, including a modern kitchen, media center, wine vault, exercise room, staff rooms, multi-car garages, elevator and updated sound, lighting and security systems.
Price is available upon request. Represented by Dona Crowder, Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage.