A once-a-decade opportunity to own a Grand Victorian home on a park-like acre. This elegant manor house was built in 1862 as the original homestead of Charles Purdy, and was later the home of noted children’s author, Helen Kay.
This sunny, eight-bedroom, three-story house boasts an arched Mansard slate roof, dormer windows, pedimented two-story bay windows, double doors and a balustraded wraparound veranda; hardwood floors throughout, gourmet eat-in kitchen with commercial-grade Thermador range and Sub-Zero refrigerator, upgraded bathrooms, formal dining room, parlor with Jotul wood stove, and a spacious living room with crown moldings and marble fireplace.
This south-facing home is nestled in a secluded tree-lined neighborhood yet is only 3 minutes to shopping and 5 minutes to Metro-North. Pool site. Low taxes. Taxes do not reflect Star Savings in the amount of $1577. On town water, sewer and natural gas. And more...
Property Features Include: 2, Driveway, Wall Units, Natural Gas, Full,Walk Out
Additional Information: A/C Units,Curtains/Drapes,Dishwasher,Door Hardware,Dryer,Light Fixtures,Mailbox,Microwave,Oven/Range,Playset,Refrigerator,Second Refrigerator,Shades/Blinds,Washer,Woodburning Stove
Home Owners Assoc. Fee: $0
Built in: 1862
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Architectural Style: Victorian