Reflecting the characteristic flavor of the Mediterranean Revival Style is this historic residence that is the beacon of The Greenways. Architect Louis D. Brumm accomplished this by the juxtaposition of one and two story sections, classic barrel tile roof, prominent arched windows and an open porch featuring round arches springing from turned free-standing columns. The elaborate cast stone of the central doorway focuses the entrance to the home. The detail spans the first and second stories and consists of engaged spiral columns which “carry” the second story. The sconces on either side of the doorway are converted horse hitches taken from the original Waldorf Hotel in NYC. The impressive interiors reflect the ambience of this endearing architecture. Be sure to notice the stained glass panel of the stairwell. It was made around 1920 by the Louis Comfort Tiffany workshop. While the home maintains its 1920’s glamour it also enjoys some modern amenities/necessities including impact-resistant windows and doors. The floor plan is comprised of a 3 bedroom and 2 ½ bath main home with dens, sitting rooms and formal living and dining parlors. Most rooms face the Granada Golf Course and its serene views. Beyond the main home are 2 separate guest suites/maids quarters, garage and a dreamy backyard with large pool, spa and covered patios. This magical home will most definitely transport you to yesteryear and is a rare find.