York Construction & Development won a HOBI award for this spectacular 8,500 square foot Lutyens-style home for its showcase of beautiful craftsmanship. The 6-bedroom shingle style home located in the "golden triangle" of mid-country Greenwich is crafted in the European Lutyens style and modeled after homes in Europe by Sir Edwin Lutyens (1869-1944). Lutyens was considered the leading British architect of his generation and is widely admired by architects for his masterful blending traditional rural forms with brilliant, inventive use of classicism. This house brims with classic atmosphere and traditional beauty. The lavish millwork, crafted by York Millwork, adorns every room, from doors, wainscoting on the walls, to built-ins and beautiful custom kitchen and bath cabinetry, as well as the wine cellar. The home's exterior maintains the classic Lutyen style, known for little ornamentation, but with architectural touches such as curved eaves, decorative trim, grand doorways and divided light windows. Inside, the rooms are spacious, bright and elegantly appointed with antique fireplace mantles, a dramatic entranceway with grand staircase and period newel posts.