After the turn of the last century, in 1914, a stately brick Colonial Revival residence was created a short distance from Manhattan in even-then fashionable Summit, New Jersey. Glowing anew after a recent five-year restoration by some of New York’s most gifted artisans, the beloved mansion’s 17 rooms beautifully express the Old World elegance of that bygone era while at the same time affording the owners up-to-the-minute luxury. The generous entertainment settings welcome with a formal graciousness. Beyond, more casual spaces, such as the sunroom, offer quiet spots for contemplation. Outdoors, sweeping lawns are crowned with a generous terrace, charming gazebo, garden house, and swimming pool.