This 1920s Georgian Revival home has a modern twist that makes for a captivating country residence on five acres in Old Westbury, N.Y. The traditional red brick and limestone clad exterior surrounds an open, informal interior which, along with the entire house, was designed by SRA. Inspired by nearby Westbury Mansion, which was designed by architect George Crawley in 1905 for John S. Phipps, this home sits at the end of a long drive off a private cul-de-sac, similar to Phipps’ house.