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Rich with history and architectural details, this 19th-century Westchester County home will never go out of style — and it can be yours.
Experience a blend of old and new as you step through the doors of the last remaining fragment of Pelham’s historic Dogwoods Estate. With architectural details including wide plank pegged hardwood floors, palladium windows, and 9½-foot ceilings, this renovated carriage house exquisitely combines the charm of 19th-century high society with a modern flair.
Location: 1 Country Club Lane, Pelham
Asking Price: $1,879,000; Est. annual taxes: $45,536
The Details: An expansive eat-in kitchen is one of the many highlights of this completely renovated carriage house, and with furniture grade cabinetry, top-line appliances, and oversized island, you’ll never be left feeling so hungry you could eat a horse! The kitchen opens to a bright family room accented by high cathedral ceilings and custom built-ins, while French doors lead out to the deck and a private yard perfect for hosting family and friends. Or, you could move your party downstairs to the carriage house’s finished basement.
Once you’ve enjoyed spending time with family and friends, you can retreat upstairs to one of the house’s five bedrooms. The primary suite features five closets (two of which are walk-ins) and a spa-like bathroom. Families will also enjoy that the carriage house features a mud room and two-car attached garage.
Selling Points: Situated on nearly one-third of an acre of pristinely landscaped property, this renovated Pelham carriage house has more than enough space for playing, hosting, and relaxing just a stone’s throw from the Pelham County Club. And although the home was built in 1890, the current owners’ total renovation proves that a house is never too old to feature its own private basketball court!