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The solid-surfacing soaking tub in the master bath rests beside marble-mosaic flooring; the hide-wrapped Louis XVI–style bench is custom.
Bath room

 A pair of Richard Serra etchings rests on the living room’s limestone mantle; the fireplace surround is carved marble.
Living area
 The wool-upholstered sofa and glass-top coffee tables 
Living area
Adjacent to the kitchen, the family room features an oil and fabric on canvas by SoHyun Bae; a Rodolfo Dordoni sofa joins custom fur-wrapped benches.
Living area & kitchen
 Salvaged centuries-old farmhouse beams complement the kitchen’s oak-and-steel cabinetry and island topped in end-grain white oak; the backsplash is honed Calacatta marble
Kitchen
 A French Restoration–period gueridon resides in the oak-paneled library.
Library
 The ground-floor guest bedroom features an iron canopy bed and a wingback chair dressed in linen-flax
Bedroom

Bedroom

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