Originally designed in 1930s by NYC opera set designer, this true Center Hall Colonial has unparalleled drama and light. Sought after neighborhood is a non-thru street w/short cul-de-sac side streets, conveniently located. A massive entry hall, with circular staircase and landing, sets the tone for this special home. Three LR sets of floor-to-ceiling glass French doors open out to a step-down stone patio. A pergola, supported by stone pillars, covers the patio. The side porch, w/wood burning stove, is accessed from LR, FDR, and the outdoors. Beamed ceiling family room has grand seated bay window with copper roof, and on another wall, a handsome brick fireplace. The master bedroom opens out to a deck via two glass paneled doors, attached to the master bedroom, a dressing room and bath. The property is private and quiet, with a gentle, graceful contour enhanced by subtle stone walls and steps, and small, stone-lined pond.