Presiding over 12 private bucolic acres in the most prestigious section of Pound Ridge. The estate originally part of the Clark family property, abuts the 70 acres of nature preserve. George Howe, the renowned architect of many historic homes and buildings designed the house which was fully restored by Jeff Hall and Jeff Lane. This classic white washed brick georgian colonial defined by its extraordinary detail: elaborate molding, bay windows with curved glass panes, antique lighting fixtures, period fireplaces, radiant heated stone floors, original walnut paneling and a dramatic staircase. The home was built for entertaining with a natural flow between rooms, multiple accesses to gardens, views, outside dining with an inviting kitchen enhanced by the adjoining Marston and Langenger conservatory which serves as a family room. The separate pool house of white washed brick compliments the house and is adjacent to the rectangular pool enclosed by sophisticated gardens and a wrought iron fence. There is a separate multi-car garage with finished living space, a chicken coop and a two bedroom guest house. Jewel House’s historic architecture recalls the warmth of classic design.