Live and entertain in grand style in this 8,800 square foot mansion in leafy Northwest Yonkers. Built in 1906 by the prestigious architectural firm of Cady, Berg and See, designers of the America Museum of Natural History, this majestic residence is punctuated by handcrafted stonework, architectural details and extensive woodwork. The features inside this home are too long to list including multiple pocket doors, built in cabinetry, five ornate fireplaces, elaborate crown molding, coffered dining room ceiling, intricate ceiling medallions, grand staircases and stained glass windows, doors, china cases and lighting in graciously proportioned rooms. Views of the Hudson River and Palisades can be found on the upper floors. Completing the deferred maintenance on the home will restore it to its original beauty. The home sits on almost a one acre yard; the front yard sets the home back from North Broadway, and the back yard affords expansive and quiet seclusion. Great location with close access to parkways and a brief 25 minutes to Manhattan via Metro North. Close to the Hudson River Museum, Untermyer Gardens and The Boyce Thompson Center in the Woodstock Manor area of Yonkers.