This is a Once-In-A-Lifetime opportunity to own the restored 1939 Oakcrest Farm manor representing an excellent example of the Tudor-style. Designed by architect F. Clare Hinckley, the home features steeply pitched roofs, half-timber construction with brick nogging, limestone exterior, rough cut timber siding, diamond-shaped quarries of glass set in a lattice of lead in the windows, clay roof tile, and copper gutters and downspouts. The restoration modernized key elements of the home to a luxury standard while preserving the character of the home. The property is designated by the Village of Schaumburg as a Historic Landmark Property. The home features several outdoor living areas. A walled garden and patio on the north side of the home is quiet and intimate. The south end of the property is expansive, presenting much of the nearly half acre. A large brick paver patio is shaded by a gazebo that matches the design and style of the home. This space overlooks a professionally landscaped yard, with manicured gardens and mature trees. As you enter the home, your eye will be drawn to the immense great room. The twenty-six-foot ceilings are beamed with old-world timbers and framed with crown molding. Two- story windows allow natural light to pour into the room. This space also showcases a large stone fireplace and built-in bookcases. You will find hand carved oak leaf and acorn designs representing Oakcrest Farm, in addition to hand-forged doorknobs in the shape of acorns. The alcove under the oak staircase, which holds a writing desk, is a special treasure. The original covered patio was transformed to a four-season room with Marvin windows and French doors. A Lopi gas stove provides heat in the cooler months. The walls and ceiling are finished with tongue and groove cedar and the floor with porcelain tile. The complete renovation of the kitchen was by Abruzzo. The wall dividing the kitchen and dining room was opened. White Brookhaven cabinetry and granite counters were designed to fit the character of the home. The appliances include a Sub-Zero refrigerator, Viking range and microwave, Bosch dishwasher and Kohler cast iron sink. From the kitchen, you can look through the dining room and sunroom, giving you a view of the gazebo and arboretum-like grounds. The main floor bedroom features plaster walls and a beamed ceiling. The adjacent bathroom was fully remodeled and includes Kohler fixtures, a large vanity with granite counter, Travertine tub surround and porcelain floor. A perfect first floor master or in-law suite. The maid's quarters from the original design were converted to a home office, laundry room, and powder room. The space can be restored to the original configuration to add a fourth bedroom if needed. The master bedroom was completely restored. The walls were replastered. The Ribbon Mahogany woodwork was refinished, as were the oak floors. A decorative plaster border of oak leaves and acorns adorn the ceiling. The original marble, surrounding the fireplace, was restored and a Travertine hearth added. The master bedroom expands into a private dressing room with an additional closet. The second bedroom presents a cozy window seat is set into an arched alcove with three windows. To the left is a charming built-in dressing table and mirror. To the right is a built-in dresser. Situated between the master bedroom and the second bedroom is a bright, luxurious and completely remodeled bathroom This bath consists of softly hued porcelain and marble tiles, custom glass shower door, and Rohl faucet. The finished basement includes a large family room area with built-in entertainment center. A bonus room can be used for an exercise or crafting. There is also a wine cellar and plenty of storage space. This is meticulously maintained one-of-a kind home. A 3D Tour is available for this property.