Historically named “Doolough Lodge,” this Tudor Revival perched on a riverfront knoll commands breathtaking views of the river. Designed by architect, Duncan Lee, the home’s impressive character begins with the foyer’s twelve foot ceilings and fireplace with mantel carved in relief. The intricately stained hardwood floors lead into the grand hall appointed with fireplace and hand-painted, floor-to-ceiling cabinetry. An adjacent library offers an intimate gathering space and cozy fireplace. Panoramic views fill the sunroom windows and continue onto the patio, while the dining room’s large windows illuminate the malachite-style fireplace and celestial ceiling fresco. Through double doors, a butler’s pantry and bar lead into the kitchen with plentiful storage. A master’s wing includes a large sitting room, fireplace, office with gleaming river views, and his and hers bathrooms. The larger of the two boasts a soaking tub, shower, dual vanities and gas fireplace. Three more bedrooms and two bathrooms complete the second floor. The third floor is a suite unto itself with living area, two bedrooms and bathroom. With a detached garage and a 2974 sq. ft. basement, the possibilities abound.