Classic Center-Hall Colonial with separate two-bedroom guest house on 22 private acres designed & built in the 1920s by renowned painter and illustrator F. Luis Mora, one of the great American artists of the late 19th and early 20th centuries. The home is anchored by a spacious living room which features soaring ceilings, a sculptural fireplace, and an oversized window overlooking the front bluestone patio and gardens. The main level of the home includes a well-proportioned formal dining with fireplace and outdoor access; a cozy library with fireplace, rustic exposed beams, and built-ins; a large light-filled media room; and two office spaces. The kitchen rounds out this level and is highlighted by a chef’s range, a separate eating area, and access to a lovely side patio. Upstairs, one finds two of the home’s three bedrooms set up as the primary bedroom suite with one of the bedrooms with fireplace currently used as a private sitting room. The third bedroom includes an en suite full bath with clawfoot tub. Additionally, the lower level of the home has been partially finished and includes a sauna and changing area for the outdoor pool. The standalone mid-century guest home features a full kitchen plus a spacious open living and dining area with fireplace. From here, one finds the two bedrooms both with full private baths and sliders to a deck. The property includes the heated gunite pool, a screened gazebo, and a tennis court.