Less than an hour from Manhattan, a quiet country lane in prized Mount Holly estate area—a pocket of tranquillity near riding trails and a nature sanctuary—unveils a visually stunning Georgian Colonial glorifying over eight acres. On velvety lawns with stonewalls, Deerfield is a happy marriage of Bedford grace and romance. Created in 2002 by noted area architect Phil Franz, its grand scale yet intimate warmth endears it to all who enter the elegant 10,000 square feet. Rising to a barrel-vaulted ceiling, an entrance hall with front-to-back views introduces a sunken living room with coffered ceiling and Palladian doors to the terrace. An archway leads to a dining room adorned with Zuber & Cie mural. Cherry distinguishes the library. For informal dining, an Amdega conservatory offers enchantment, with glass doors to the pool. A theater, master wing, second-floor bedrooms, and three-bedroom guesthouse welcome beyond.