Original touches like colorful baths, refinished hardwood floors, and sturdy brick exteriors lend an air of sophisticated age to this Yonkers Tudor, while upgrades like a new kitchen, finished attic, and finished walk-out basement add modernity and versatility.
The Details: While Westchester County loves its colonial homes, there’s just something about a good Tudor that drives us wild. Maybe it’s the brickwork and double-hung windows or the slanted shingle roof and towering, heartwarming chimney, but this Yonkers property just exudes old Dutch vibes. (And that bright, inviting accent door doesn’t hurt either!)
Originally built in the 1930s, this Tudor home maintains many of its original design elements, from efficient ductless heating and vintage tiled bathrooms to hardwood floors and even a backyard rose garden. Still, more recent owners have thankfully finished both the attic and walk-out basement for added living space — great for a guest bedroom and/or second and even third home office.
The main floor of the Tudor abode comprises a double entryway and foyer, living room, office with gorgeous built-ins, formal dining room, an eat-in kitchen, and laundry, along with a massive 358-square-foot deck over its flat, fenced-in backyard. Above, find two bedrooms with plenty of closet space and a shared bath on the second floor. There’s also a master suite overlooking the front corner yard., A finished attic with an extra bedroom rounds out the top floor, while the finished basement also includes further storage and living and working spaces, a wet bar, pantry, and garage access.
Selling Points: Two-car attached garage, sprinkler system, ductless heat, and upgraded chef’s kitchen, all in a vintage Tudor
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