Perfectly set on the grounds of Westchester Country Club overlooking the south golf course and the iconic WCC Clubhouse, this 1929 Cotswold Tudor Revival is a residence for the connoisseur of fine living. Architect Ralph Mackin, known for creating residences rich in historical references with well-proportioned living spaces, has redesigned and expanded this English Manor to magnificent results. Completely updated with fine woodworking, detailed moldings, imported custom carvings, plaster finishes, and classic quarter-sawn oak floors, it features a living room with beam ceiling, leaded glass windows, and large limestone fireplace opening to a sun-filled garden room and slate terrace. A bespoke kitchen with every top appliance has a large cherry-topped island. For entertaining, a spacious and inviting dining room with custom tracery ceiling and tall bank of leaded glass windows overlooks the golf course; and a card room with full bar and a bank of tall leaded glass opens to the terrace. A well-executed west-wing addition features a first-floor paneled family room with fireplace and set of Palladian style windows overlooking the golf course, and two privately-set guest suites on the second. The master suite features dual luxury baths and two custom-fitted dressing rooms. The lower level features a large brick, barrel ceiling wine cellar perfect for intimate dinners; a billiards room with fireplace; and golf simulator room. Outside, a heated pool with two pavilions, one a kitchen, the second a cabana/bath, are joined by a covered pergola. Level lawns are surrounded in privacy with specimen landscaping, creating the ultimate setting for outdoor entertaining.