On the Market: A Stately Brick Georgian Revival in Bronxville

Photos courtesy of William Pitt Julia B Fee Sotheby’s International Realty

Originally built in 1914 for theater and clean burlesque pioneer Sam Scribner, this Bronxville home shares many grand, theatrical architectural elements with Scribner’s flagship Times Square theater, which makes sense: both were designed by architect William H. McElfatrick.

Location: 12 Plateau Circle E, Bronxville
List Price: $3,295,000

Description: Just a few minutes from the train in the much sought after Lawrence Park Hilltop community, the picturesque brick façade gives way to a breathy central hall layout perfect for living and entertaining with ease. Palladian windows over the grand staircase, sitting rooms, chef’s kitchen with butler’s pantry, and downstairs tavern bar all add to the dramatic and lively atmosphere.

For more tranquil touches, the 6-bedroom also features 4.1 baths, a screened-in porch, gardens, fountain, and pond, offering solitude and serenity when you need a little personal space.

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Selling Points: Gas fireplaces; detached garage; idyllic grounds

Listing Agent: Kathleen Collins, William Pitt Julia B Fee Sotheby’s International Realty