Two Classic Westchester Architectural Styles Face Off

A stone-and-shingle Cape Cod vs. a handsome Tudor — you can’t go wrong with either.


56 Iselin Terr, Larchmont

2,362 sq. ft.; 4 BR, 2.1 BA; .25 acres; $30,628 estimated taxes

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Listed by Heather Stone, Houlihan Lawrence



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328 Central Pkwy, Mount Vernon

3,595 sq. ft.; 4 BR, 3.1 BA; .23 acres; $29,913 estimated taxes

Listed by Valmarie Zorila and Diane F. Hackett, Houlihan Lawrence


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Architectural details can be found everywhere in these two historic properties. In Mount Vernon, the 1929 Tudor — which overlooks the Bronxville Field Club — pleases with its classic style, gracious moldings, and gleaming hardwoods. Standout interior spaces include formal living room with elegant fireplace, dramatic formal dining room, cheerful breakfast room with French doors overlooking a new stone patio, and a warm and modern renovated kitchen. The home’s spacious layout and stylish touches combined with its walk-to-the-village location make a truly desirable package. The 1940s-era Larchmont Village home also ranks high on charm and walkability, an easy stroll from the town’s shops and schools. Bright, clean, and super stylish, the house offers chic-yet-family-friendly spaces, including a living room with marble fireplace and a large, sunny family room that connects to the deck and spacious backyard. An updated kitchen, beautifully designed dining room, and basement playroom/office round out the appeal.