16 Gray Gardens East was designed in 1922 by A. Graham Carey in the tradition of the English Arts & Crafts Movement. The Tudor style house is a unique and utterly charming residence with many unusual handcrafted architectural features; four fireplaces, hand carved woodwork, and forged iron fittings, to name a few.
The 3,700 square foot interior includes living room, formal dining room, family room, eat-in kitchen, 4+ bedrooms, 3.5 baths, a spacious top floor master suite, and an au-pair/ home office with separate entrance. A detached two car garage, with a loft above, was designed in a style similar to the main house. House and garage occupy
a very large and beautifully landscaped lot (16,566 s.f.) in a quiet residential setting on Avon Hill.
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