The Stone Mansion’s interior finishes and outfittings are spectacular. Upon entering the majestic Venetian-plastered entry hall, it’s immediately apparent there is an attention to detail and a level of craftsmanship unseen in decades. This continues through every room – like the vast Christopher Peacock-designed kitchen, the coffered-ceilinged library and the Onyx-trimmed bathrooms with inlaid mosaic hand-tiled showers. The list of details is seemingly unending – from the carved Spanish marble fireplaces to the exquisitely-detailed millwork, banisters and windows, the $2 million worth of chandeliers and sconces from renowned antiquarian Cedric Dupont of Palm Beach, the herringbone, marble, quarter-sawn oak, onyx, and limestone floors, and the mahogany, walnut, oak, and cherry paneling. It all comes together in symphonic harmony, providing both consistency in overall vision and distinctions amongst the many living environments that make up this home.