Type to search

2 Westchester Farmhouses to Call Home Sweet Home

Photos by Daniel Millstein Photography

Down on the farm is right where you want to be with these two stylish, authentic listings in the heart of Westchester County.


2 Creemer Rd, Armonk
4 BR, 4.1 BA; 6,826 sq. ft.; 1.98 acres; $42,790 estimated taxes
Listed by Julie Schneider, Compass


937 Post Rd, Scarsdale
4 BR, 2.1 BA; 2,659 sq. ft.; .27 acres; $10,565 estimated taxes
Listed by Claire Civetta, Houlihan Lawrence

Photos courtesy of Houlihan Lawrence

Farmhouse style has never been more popular, and these two unique listings are the real deal. Buyers with a $2 million-plus budget will find plenty to love in the Armonk listing: Built in 1850, the home offers original details, like exposed beams, wide-plank flooring, and artistic molding, as well farm-worthy acreage. Yet, modern touches abound, including a high-end cook’s kitchen, family room with cathedral ceiling and French doors, home office with custom built-ins and fireplace, plus a lower level complete with gym. The grounds include an in-ground pool, large entertaining area, and flower gardens. The Scarsdale listing — known as the Cudner-Hyatt House (erected in pre-Revolutionary time) — is a historical/modern mashup: Exposed hand-hewn beams and existing hardwood floors and doors mesh smoothly with a new roof, gutters, wiring, plumbing, insulation, and HVAC. Highlights of the home include a charming kitchen with fireplace, mudroom/laundry room, private home office, and master suite with custom walk-in closet and luxurious bathroom with double vanities, heated floors, and a soaking tub. The home is also in walking distance to Scarsdale Village.