One of Montclair’s premier properties, this Tudor home was designed by architect Charles Lewis Bowman in 1928. Bowman’s designs were often referenced as “Stockbroker Tudor” because his clients were typically new money. However, Bowman was sure to use high-quality building materials and carefully position the homes on their sites causing them to continually be highly sought after residences — even after all this time.
At over 10,000 square feet, the home includes 7 bedrooms and 8 bathrooms and is asking $3,350,000.
Designed as a work of art, the home includes special ceiling treatment and wall applications throughout — of particular note are the plaster rosette ceilings and the Walnut and Oak custom woodwork. Not short on lavish spaces, in the home, you’ll find a grand library complete with balcony bookcases and a spiral staircase as well as a 3,000-bottle wine cellar with its own tasting room.
Exterior spaces at the rear of the house will make you feel like you’ve found yourself in a fairytale — right off the house is the patio which provides ample space to lounge or entertain and houses the built-in bar/kitchen and the pool. Off the patio and into the woods is a private koi pond, landscaped and complete with a few benches to sit and relax.
Retaining its historical authenticity while boasting luxurious updates, this home offers potential buyers a striking balance.
The home, located at 120 Lloyd Road, is asking $3,350,000.
Listing: 120 Lloyd Road [Zillow]
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