An enchanting hideaway in desirable McClellan Park, this 5-bedroom plus den home surprises and delights with rare architecture, character-filled spaces and sweeping acreage. Stone walls enclose the over 1-acre property, revealing a compelling façade off a circular drive. Standing tall with farmhouse and seaport influences, the home’s design was completed in 1930 and expanded in the 70’s with a 3-story lighthouse designed by revered architect Tim Siebert as a perch to enjoy preserve views along a tree line of towering Oaks. A front and screen door by famous boat maker George Luzier welcomes while alluding to craftsmanship to come. Details such as winding staircases, curved archways, wood-burning fireplaces and broad Colonial-inspired windows endear the home and create an ambiance for relaxed gathering. Most bedrooms are on the 2nd floor and are spacious and bright with a master suite impressing with vaulted tongue-and-groove ceiling. A main-floor master suite provides additional flexibility. Outside, light trickles through the trees creating an oasis for sipping lemonade on the enclosed brick patio, hosting BBQs by the pool or running tremendous greenspace with your pup. Lighting along the side from Kriessle Forge, a local forgery with designs from Europe, reflects the uniqueness of the home. A 4-car garage and workshop offer room for tinkering and storage. Ready to customize to your tastes or a sweeping acre lot to build new within a premier community, enjoy unparalleled living amid striking natural beauty.