William Lawrence played a pivotal role in defining early American suburbia through the development of Bronxville, New York. Inspired by Barbizon in France's Fountainebleu Forest, he created the Lawrence Park artist's colony, drawing New York City's creative cognoscenti northward to a naturally enchanting setting just a short train ride north of Manhattan. Over a century later, these dynamic residences are as relevant as they ever were, affording car-free commuting while retaining the highest standard of luxury.
28 Park Avenue, built in 1897, recently underwent a complete renovation that restored its Victorian splendor with a definitively modern sensibility.
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