This Tudor Revival-Inspired Home Is Fit for a King

This grand 1920 Tudor Revival was extensively renovated last year, with new lighting, refurbished woodwork, interior painting and new modern bathrooms.


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Photos courtesy of Sotheby's International Realty

Location: 55 Witherbee Ave., Pelham

Description: This grand 1920 Tudor Revival was extensively renovated last year, with new lighting, refurbished woodwork, interior painting and new modern bathrooms. The new kitchen has stainless-steel appliances, custom cabinets and an island with its own sink. Yet you still have the feel of a stately historic house with large, light-filled rooms.

The 7,622-square-foot house has seven bedrooms, four full bathrooms and two partial baths. The lower level features a large billiards room, exercise facilities and a 2,700-bottle climate-controlled wine cellar. A media room off the kitchen offers direct access to the landscaped yard.

Asking price: $1,980,000

Selling points: The house boasts many original architectural details, including a stucco and half-timber façade, wood floors throughout, chair rails, unpainted oak woodwork, wall sconces and chandeliers, crown moldings, wide doorways and multi-paned wood casement windows. The lot measures 0.89 acres, which is large for Pelham. And it’s on a very desirable street.

Listing agent: Sona Davidian, McClellan Sotheby's International Realty

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