Live, work and play in an historically and architecturally important home. Grand stone and timber great room was once the interior studio for Gutzon Borglum, the sculptor best known for Mount Rushmore and more recently the art studio and office of Mort Walker, creator of Beetle Bailey. The light-filled studio offers huge entertaining spaces and a soaring stone fireplace. Comfortable living quarters attached to the studio include a cherry kitchen with eating area, living and dining rooms and three bedrooms. An elevator opens to additional work and storage spaces, The 3-car garage is heated and has flexible use space above. A charming 2- bedroom country cottage for guests or nanny completes the estate. The landscaped 1.6 acre property offers ample parking, privacy and Rippowam river views.