Savin Hill, noted for its impeccable scale, is a Georgian-style home where charm and livability lie in its simple form, perfect proportions and irreplaceable craftsmanship. Designed by architects Bigelow & Wadsworth in 1919, this New England classic, with modern updates, is ideal for daily living and memorable celebrations. Fifteen acres of rolling lawns, direct trail access for equestrians, runners, walkers, or bikers, stately maples, and colorful rhododendrons are idyllic backdrops to this picturesque six-bedroom home (and additional au pair or in-law suite). Marble fireplaces, quarter-sawn oak flooring, artisan moldings, and 12-foot ceilings highlight the living and dining rooms. Elements like pine paneling in the library and family room as well as unique details like the solarium's vaulted ceiling are visual delights. French doors to manicured grounds, covered patios and in-ground pool add glamour. Even after more than 100 years, Savin Hill retains its legendary status.