Wayside, a classic beauty brimming with charm and architectural detail is waiting for new owners to bring it back to its original glory. Rich in history, Wayside was built circa 1909 as a summer home to gather and enjoy outside of NYC and has only had two previous owners. Originally part of an approximately 125-acre estate, the property was a self-sustaining country manor that spanned from McLain Street to Route 172 and Route 117. In 1932, Wayside was one of the largest residential deals of the year in Westchester County. The original English Tudor-style main residence now sits on 2.9 majestic acres in one of Bedford’s most prestigious estate areas. The elegant grand foyer unveils the artisan craftsmanship and architectural achievements of a bygone era, impossible to replicate today, that is seen throughout the residence. The generous floor plan presents a glimpse of lifestyles and traditions of the past with soaring ceilings and large-scale rooms including a great room, billiard room, solarium, spacious kitchen, library, 6 fireplaces, staff wing, and so much more. Once outside, you will be greeted by formal gardens, parterres, and courtyards that draw inspiration from the iconic Palace of Versailles. These exquisite outdoor spaces feature pergolas, brick arched walkways, and enchanting water fountains, gracefully guiding you towards a clay tennis court and a generously sized pool, accompanied by a pool house that holds immense potential for restoration. By revitalizing these elements, you have the opportunity to recreate a truly remarkable and awe-inspiring space. Wayside is a timeless gem offering unparalleled Old-World craftsmanship and presenting a unique opportunity for ownership. Sold strictly as is.