Photos courtesy of William Pitt Julia B Fee Sotheby’s International Real Estate
Century-old heart pine and stonework, not to mention four bedrooms and a modern kitchen, make this rivertown property a must-have.
Originally owned by Elizabeth Ogden Bradley-Bystrom, one of the first female medical doctors in the country, this historic 1905 home is just as stunning as its terrace views. With 3,525 square feet, there is no shortage of space to enjoy the reimagined modern home inside the cobblestone exterior.
Location: 77 Chestnut St. Dobbs Ferry
Asking Price: $2,100,000; Est. Annual Taxes: $32,748
Description: With accents of arts and crafts style through heart pine floors and coffered ceilings, this home offers a range of lifestyles. A modern kitchen with premiere appliances is perfect for entertaining on the open-air terrace or within the spacious living and dining rooms. Deep-set windows offer striking views of the Hudson from each of the three floors, while the lush half-acre can be experienced from any of the three covered porches.
The master suite makes up much of the second level. A gracious walk-in closet is adjacent to a newly renovated master bathroom equipped with two sinks. Any of the four commodious bedrooms across the second and third floor can comfortably serve as home office, gym, or fulfill any other of your interior needs. Storage is offered in the lower level, attached to the one-car garage.
Selling Points: Three porches, open-air terrace, millwork, walking distance to village and train.