This West Indies styled home is steps away from the LSU lakes. The dual entrances that front on both Stanford Avenue and Cherrydale Avenue provide ease of access. Separate from the 4,261 sq ft living area is an additional 757 sq ft guesthouse, office. Walled and gated, the home and guesthouse view onto a central flagstone and brick courtyard featuring a pool with fountain, an outdoor cooking cabana and entertainment area. Additionally, there are two fountain areas along the walled side yard. The principle living area is an open floorplan flowing through grand cased openings from the foyer into the loggia, old beamed gourmet kitchen, and living room that features a grand true masonry fireplace. It is floored completely in marble, limestone, and slate. Baths, wet-bars, and kitchen countertops are granite, marble, and tile. Loggia library and cabinets are cypress. Plantation styled double pocket doors open into the formal dining room featuring a bronze and crystal chandelier with view to the Live Oak bearing Registry Number 1929. 4 bedrooms, 4 full and 2 half baths. The spacious master bedroom features 16 ft beamed ceiling, 2 separate dressing rooms, 1 custom European full bath with jacuzzi, 1 custom glass block steam-room with shower, and sun room. Updated new features include roofs, 4 Lennox HVAC s, interior and exterior paint, carpet, LED lighting, and more. Underground utilities. This timeless home is pure custom in terms of design and quality materials. It is a collaboration between A. Hays Town disciple, architect Billie Brian, landscape architect John Edgar, and the owner whose work is in the permanent collection of the Smithsonian American Art Museum.