On the Market: A Porch-Lover’s Paradise in Mount Kisco

Photos courtesy of Houlihan Lawrence

This fully restored 19th century Victorian keeps all its original charm along with more modern touches — and a recent $70,000 price reduction.

Originally built in 1875 — supposedly by Theodore Carpenter for railroad doctor E. Wilton Brown — this stately Italianate Victorian sits just a five-minute walk from downtown Mount Kisco and an express line to New York City.

Location: 70 W Main St, Mount Kisco

Asking Price: $1,480,000; Est. Taxes: $19,521

Description: A classic rocking chair front porch wraps around the home’s side, adjoining a covered patio at the rear, with other original touches like hardwood floors, detailed moldings, and marble fireplace that have all been immaculately restored.

The updated eat-in kitchen and butler’s pantry pair well with the formal dining room or a quiet summer dinner in the backyard, while the third floor houses two bedrooms, a full bath, and a kitchenette, making it perfect for guests, parents, or even an au pair. When you need a little privacy of your own, adjourn to the master suite, which features deluxe custom closets, its own sitting room, and a sumptuous master bath with double vanity and claw-foot soaking tub.

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Selling Points: Gorgeous vintage exterior and interior touches; convenient, walkable location; ideal living space for both indoor and outdoor entertaining

Listing Agent: Michele Hulea, Houlihan Lawrence

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