119 Keeler Lane This enchanting 1850 colonial farmhouse, once the private residence of a Keeler descendant--the Keeler family has been building in this area since the 1660s is a perfect fusion of historic character and country-luxe lifestyle. Located in one of North Salem's most storied estate districts, 119 Keeler Lane is also steps from The Hayfield-on-Keeler Preserve and one of the most magnificent panoramic views in Northern Westchester. The house flaunts a whimsically embellished facade with decorative millwork and colonnade front porch. The interiors gut-renovated in 2000, includes a living room with a wood-burning fireplace with carved mantel, stunning original ceiling medallion, crown molding and gleaming wide-plank floors. The double-height Tribeca-loft-style kitchen features clerestory windows, ornate tin ceiling, original beams and brick fireplace with pizza oven. The second floor's sprawling primary bedroom flaunts 4 sets of floor-to-ceiling four-over-four windows, super-wide plank floors and ensuite Waterworks bathroom. A secondary ensuite bedroom is adjacent to a spacious office/homework area with steps to the lower level. A rare luxury in mid 19th century houses, there's a full third floor boasting enormous bedroom and an even bigger bathroom (13'3" X 19'6") with a scrupulously restored 19th century copper soaking tub and windows overlooking the garden. For big family holidays or country weekends, 119 Keeler enjoys two exceptional guest houses.