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3 Westchester Homes With Seriously Stunning Fireplaces

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69 Morris Ln, Scarsdale interior | Photo by Anthony Morena of Tree Falls Photography

The gorgeous fireplaces inside these for-sale Westchester properties will keep your hands and hearts warm any time of year.

Often a symbol of elegance and refinement, a fireplace can add an extra element to a home: a place to share compelling conversation, somewhere to steal away for a moment of solitude, or the crown jewel of a bustling party. These houses on the market have dazzling fireplaces within their walls that will beckon you to partake in all the above.

$3,600,000

69 Morris Ln, Scarsdale
7 BR, 5.1 BA | 4,370 sq. ft. | 1.70 acres | $69,775 est. taxes

This transcendent Tudor is an oasis among the estates in Scarsdale’s Murray Hill section. Sporting fireplaces on each floor, there’s no shortage of comfort here. Perhaps the most picturesque is on the first-floor family room, surrounded by stone and large windows that peer onto the bucolic grounds.

Listed by Joan Frederick, Houlihan Lawrence

69 Morris Ln, Scarsdale interior

Photo by Anthony Morena of Tree Falls Photography


$6,950,000

128 Mead St, Waccabuc
4 BR, 4.3 BA | 7,725 sq. ft. | 55.44 acres | $148,868 est. taxes

In a sprawling estate such as this, it’s de rigueur to lounge in front of a roaring fireplace with a riveting novel. The sophisticated Georgian-style home features six stunning fireplaces, including an outdoor version for keeping warm after a late-spring swim. Constructed with classic brickwork and intricate carvings, these ornate accents pull together the stateliness of the house — and make excellent conversation pieces.

Listed by Catherine Workman, Houlihan Lawrence

128 Mead St, Waccabuc interior

Photo by Christian Harder


$2,250,000

183 McLain St, Bedford Corners
4 BR, 4.1 BA | 5,800 sq. ft. | 6.45 acres | $33,596 est. taxes

This historic converted carriage house, once a part of Tucker Farm, sits in the luscious Penwood Estates. The home’s fireplaces were constructed of native stone, keeping the same rustic characteristics from the structure’s previous life as a stable. The massive stone wall accentuates the height of the two-story family room and brings old-world contrast to the large custom windows in the house. The smaller fireplace in the master suite sitting room provides an intimate setting and a welcome respite at the end of the day.

Listed by Hope Mazzola, William Raveis

182 McLain St, Bedford Corners Interior

Photo by Scott McMenamin| HomeTourvision


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