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
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.