1919 Georgian Revival Renovated & Expanded by Smiros & Smiros Architects

1916 Georgian Revival Renovated & Expanded by Smiros & Smiros Architects

$12,500,000 | Built 1916 | 13,000 Sq. Ft. | 9 Beds | 8.5+ Baths | 8.1 Acres
393 Mill River Road, Muttontown, New York, United States, 11771

Designed by architect James W. O’Connor and built in 1916 on an 8.1 acre estate in Muttontown, New York, Cedar Hill is on the market for $12.5 million. Smiros & Smiros Architects and Stokkers + Company meticulously renovated and expanded the 13,000 square foot residence while preserving the regal heritage of the classical Georgian architecture. Referenced as the “Muttontown Estate” and “Linden Hall”, the 8.1 acre estate, now called “Cedar Hill”, features a new slate roof, Gunite pool, Har-Tru tennis court with lighting, putting green, English-style walled gardens and a play house. Seamlessly blending today’s finest luxurious amenities with gracious period details. Grand formal living room & formal dining room with incredible moldings of an era gone by, custom chef’s gourmet kitchen with butler’s pantry & breakfast room, plus a full prep kitchen, oversized great room with stone fireplace, six ensuite bedrooms including a handicap bedroom with bath and separate guest quarters. Master suite with two dressing rooms master bath & sitting room with half bath. Special features include elevator, wine cellar, indoor swimming pool, dog spa, full house generator & five car garage with radiant heat. Cedar Hill is on the market for $12.5 million with Debra Russell of Daniel Gale Sotheby’s International Realty. Photography and information found on agent’s listing.


Stokkers + Company’s project page shared, “Smiros Architects introduced modern amenities and a vast collection of architectural details were artistically employed throughout the home’s stately interior. The home was expanded to include a new garage and a beautiful post and beam great room with fine custom mill work, a massive stone fireplace and a double-height ceiling held up by gorgeous structural timbers.”

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