Enchanted by the Beaux Arts design of the Villa del Cigliano Winery, enjoyed during a trip to the Tuscan region of Italy, the original owner was inspired to create her own oasis reflecting the same passion and ambiance. Sited on an expanded lot among other distinctive homes, Villa Cigliano is a study in quiet sophistication.
The common rooms radiate elegance with high ceilings and tall windows that seamlessly blend the interior spaces with the verdant outdoors. Examples of old world craftsmanship are highlighted in the iron grates in many of the exterior doors and windows, and gothic stone work of the family room fireplace, loggia, colonnade and perimeter walls.
The estate has continued to grow and evolve over the decades as an adjacent parcel was purchased and enhanced. Improvements include the construction of the east wing comprising the family room, office and a second powder bath, the addition of a guest house, as well as the relocation of the pool.
The kitchen, completed in 2015 and designed to professional specifications for the current owner, a Cordon Bleu-trained chef, is the heart of the home. Features include a Subzero full-size refrigerator, full-size freezer plus additional dual refrigerator/freezer, two-drawer refrigerated drawers in center island, Subzero 50-bottle wine cooler, steam oven, two dishwashers, Wolf 48” French top, four-burner stove with double oven, plus complete butler’s pantry.
Built in 1930; Architect Edward C. Kent
Main House: 6,894 Sq Ft (Measured)
Lower Level Bath/Changing Room and Wine Cellar/Storage: 506 Sq Ft
Guest House: 317 Sq Ft
Garage and adjacent Office: 595 Sq Ft
Parcels: 5325-020-003 and 5325-020-032
25,671 total square feet (per public records)
6 Bedrooms, 7 Bathrooms