The aroma of jasmine permeates the air while century-old trees and stately palms provide a sheltered haven of nearly two magical acres. Through majestic iron gates, a long private drive leads to the grand French Manor residence with three generous motor courts. Peerlessly designed and crafted in 1925 by architect Sumner Hunt, and recently restored by renowned designer, Thomas Beeton, Mille Fleurs combines original thoughtful authenticity with contemporary flair. A magnificent entry hall with imported limestone and inlaid marble floor, double crown moldings, and subtle coffered paneled ceiling highlight the welcoming Camelot. Beyond is an elegant living room with floor-to-ceiling glass-paned French doors, Versailles pattern oak floor, and stately stone fireplace. A palatial dining room becomes the centerpiece for gracious gatherings with glass casement doors leading to both garden terraces and a sensational glass-enclosed conservatory surrounded by a casual outdoor living room with fireplace and courtyard fountain. The luxurious family room with stone fireplace and beamed ceiling, a private office, and superb center-island chef’s kitchen highlight the first-floor amenities. A grand staircase leads to a second level providing four expansive en suite bedrooms—three with a fireplace—including a lavish master wing with separate sitting area, romantic terrace, and elegant double bath suites. Outside, towering trees, specimen cutting gardens, a large professional greenhouse, two charming, self-contained guest cottages, a two-story spa-inspired pool pavilion with fireplace, vaulted beamed ceiling, and wet bar, and a spectacular swimmer’s pool bestow breathtaking beauty on the enchanted hilltop estate, and its cherished, captivating landscape.