Oak Mews is the meticulously converted historic carriage house of Mrs. Alfred Lee Loomis designed by famed architect Wilson Eyre, Jr. Its restoration preserved much of the old beadboard, wood and brick flooring and stable doors while also adding charm with Oak Mews details in wrought iron gates, hand painted kitchen backsplash and handcrafted maple kitchen cabinets. The mature gardens boost lavender, hycynthia, wisteria, stargazers and a full herb garden. The downstairs layout facilitates modern living, with an open concept and recessed dining room and massive stable door that can close off the kitchen or be left open for seamless entertaining. Off the kitchen are a 4 season sunporch, a wine closet and a mudroom that leads into the craft/tool room and to the attached two car garage. Upstairs is a massive master bedroom with walk in closet and large master bathroom. Three guest rooms and an office (possible 5th bedroom) share two bathrooms. There is also a sunroom and a den/tv room.