"Kentwood Manor": Driving under a canopy of mature trees over a lovely serpentine lane one might not be too astonished to find this elegant country manor, reminiscent of old-fashioned English country houses, at its ending. Sequestered within 7 quiet acres the 5,645-square foot house is impressive but comforting with a tumbled brick exterior, and a stamped and stained concrete parking area enclosed by brick garden walls with walking paths to the back of the house. There is parking for 6 cars in addition to an attached garage with 3 oversize bays. Entering the spacious and elegant foyer things get even better as it is evident that this is not just a handsome, impeccably decorated and very high quality house but it is as well state-of-the-art and immaculate. There are hardwood floors throughout the principle rooms; wall textures that vary---birch panels, pine boards, tongue-in-groove boards; and tumbled brick appears again in two arched walls that define the dining room with a 15-foot ceiling height. It is flanked by the Bosch and Sub Zero endorsed kitchen with a cathedral ceiling just shy of 18 feet at its peak and a spacious sitting room with the same style and height of ceiling and a fireplace. The windows are generous and tall in harmony with the lofty spaces. There is a formal living room with a fireplace that opens to a lovely sunroom. The master suite is on the main level alongside a cozy den which has a wood burning fireplace. Upstairs are two bedrooms, each with an ensuite. There are additional guest quarters above the garage. The patio is central to the out-of-doors theme of the country manor vernacular. Here it is accessed from the sunroom with is central to the core of the house. Steps lead to a walkway and the “carriage house” which houses and exercise room and workshop. The gardens are of native species and require little maintenance.