The Most Stunning Mediterranean-Style Homes in Westchester

Westchester may be a long way from the shores of the Mediterranean, but the region’s unique vibe is apparent in these richly detailed homes.



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$1,888,000

656 Esplanade, Pelham

6 BR, 3.1 BA; 4,343 sq. ft.; .38 acres; $43,551 estimated taxes


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The Mediterranean exterior of this home belies an all-modern interior that includes stellar spaces, like a dramatic foyer with sweeping staircase, spacious living room with wood-burning fireplace, formal dining room with adjoining butler’s pantry, and high-end all-white kitchen.

Listed by Arthur Scinta, Houlihan Lawrence

 


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$3,495,000

62 Park Rd, Scarsdale

5 BR, 5.2 BA; 6,467 sq. ft.; 1.88 acres; $87,067 estimated taxes

Old-world details abound in this estate: Elaborate moldings, a great room with 16-foot ceiling, and a custom dark-wood kitchen contribute to the European feel. Terraces, lush gardens, and a two-story guest cottage overlooking a heated pool add to the home’s majestic appeal.

Listed by Heather Harrison, Compass

 


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$999,000

22 Club Way, Hartsdale

4 BR, 2.1 BA; 2,658 sq. ft.; .27 acres; $34,038 estimated taxes

Expect characteristic Mediterranean flair in this walk-to-train listing: hand-hewn beams, intricate tile work, wrought-iron balcony, double doors with fanlight arch onto a private courtyard, and other ornate touches can be found throughout the home.

Listed by Homelister

 


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$5,900,000

2 El Retiro, Irvington

7 BR, 7.2 BA; 11,354 sq. ft.; 2.2 acres; $139,975 estimated taxes

Palatial living in two exceptional spaces: The Spanish Colonial Revival home features myriad unique details, including restored stained-glass doors and windows, wrought-iron balconies, a custom terra-cotta roof, and ornate limestone fireplaces; an additional 3,000 sq. ft. guest home offers perks like a heated indoor pool and two-car garage.

Listed by Marcene Hedayati, William Raveis

 

 

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