And it's back to the 'burbs we go, this time to Highland Park, where this elegant colonial endured $1.65M in price cuts before selling to the tune of $2.35M. Set on a 2.2-acre acre estate with English gardens and a coach house, the imposing 6/8.5 mansion features a dramatic porte-cochere, which leads out to a slate patio. Inside, the interiors are a riot of classic elements (read: heavy draperies, chandeliers, and moldings). There's a pair of spacious sunrooms with plantation shutters. And we're really into the indoor pool flanked by a long queue of palladium windows. Built in 1930, the 10,200-square foot home also tosses in a library, five fireplaces, butler's pantry, marble floors, beamed ceilings, and an elevator. Hot diggity dang!
·Listing: 1427 Waverly [@properties]