Waterfront Legacy Property on Oyster Harbors! Perched on an elevated four-acre lot overlooking Cotuit Bay sits this striking example of a Tudor style residence designed by renowned Architect Clifford Allbright in 1933 and since beautifully maintained and updated in harmony with the original design. Refined architectural details set the tone in this grand home with over 10,000 sq. ft. of living space, an inground pool, a boathouse with extraordinary views, fireplace, sitting area and changing rooms, 437 linear feet of water frontage and a substantial deep-water dock, all combining to create an exceptionally rare offering in arguably one of the finest locations of Oyster Harbors. As you enter this home you will find yourself in a timeless and enchanting foyer that is equally refined with an impressive custom spiral staircase. Gracious formal living and dining rooms feature well-proportioned and spacious areas with soaring ceilings and wood and slate flooring, custom arched windows and doors and multiple fireplaces. Floor to ceiling walls of windows flood the rooms with natural light and beautiful water views are found throughout. A spacious great room anchors the home and provides the ideal meeting place. This home offers eight bedrooms including a spacious primary suite featuring fabulous water views, fireplace, and adjoining office/library. This lovingly preserved estate boasts perfectly landscaped park-like grounds with multiple garden beds, breathtaking in their array of colors flanking the property on all sides, rolling green lawns, and a wraparound patio overlooking the gardens and water creating an ideal backdrop for entertaining family, friends, and large social gatherings. The exceptional architectural design of this home and its magnificent one-of-a-kind waterfront setting, create an opportunity that will surely captivate the most discerning buyer. There really is no comparison! The information contained herein has been obtained through sources deemed reliable but cannot be guaranteed as to its accuracy. Buyers are encouraged to do their own due diligence through independent verification.