This classic Belle Haven Association 1920's colonial was custom built by Edward Noble, the founder of the Lifesaver brand, and then later owned by cartoonist Mort Walker of Beetle Bailey fame. In 2006 it underwent a total renovation, expansion and restoration highlighting its elegant old world details while creating a dynamic floor plan for today's lifestyle. Sun-filled, open and airy, the residence features a spectacular front entry hall leading to entertaining rooms with high ceilings and antique fireplaces including a formal dining room, gracious living room and a paneled library. A fully equipped gourmet kitchen and butler's pantry adjoin the family room with fireplace and casual dining area, making this home ideal for both formal and casual entertaining. On the second floor there are four bedrooms, including a spectacular three exposure master suite with a fireplace, multiple closets, a luxurious marble bathroom and a private porch. The third floor is a spacious playroom, separate office and full bedroom. Noteworthy for its level, park-like property with a beautiful pool, the estate also includes a carriage house comprised of a two bedroom guest apartment and housing for three cars.