Exquisitely rebuilt and reconfigured by the current owners, this classic 1914 Georgian feels like a gracious new residence. This stunning period home with "good bones" served as a private home as well as the residence for Danish UN ambassadors for 60 plus years. Now 34 Sunnybrook has been elevated to the peak of contemporary infrastructure, comfort and efficiency, and all the fine original details have been preserved. Set on over an acre of gracefully landscaped grounds in the heart of historic Lawrence Park West, the size of the property alone is a luxury in southern Westchester. With two splendid entrances, new in-ground pool and expanded stone terrace spanning the length of the house, 34 Sunnybrook epitomizes luxe living enviably close to NYC. Particularly striking is how versatile the re-design is: with expanded rooms and five new sets of French doors, there are infinite possibilities for home offices, gathering places and private spaces. The kitchen was expanded to include a new family living area with gas fireplace, a large white marble island, top of the line appliances and an ample work-from-home station. Among the meticulous updates inside: all new Marvin windows Brazilian cherry floors on the first floor all new plumbing, electrical, eight-zone HVAC 4 story elevator and standby generator. Outside updates include expansive bluestone patios as well as new and restored stone walls and bridges.