By the Numbers: Homes Currently on the Market at Various Price Points
What your dollars can buy in today’s challenging market
$525,000 – $591,000
194 S Broadway, Tarrytown
3 bedrooms | 1 bath | 1,532 square feet
What’s to like? Historic 1870 brick carriage house with period details, including arched entries, high ceilings, oak and pine flooring, original diamond paned windows, a sun-filled dining room with French doors opening to a landscaped yard with perennial gardens, a
gourmet kitchen with breakfast nook, and a full
basement with substantial storage.
What’s not? Located on the higher-trafficked main road; only one bathroom.
Carolyn Joy (646) 246-8949 or Rory Tishelman
(914) 671-1757, Houlihan Lawrence
25 Pinesbridge Rd, Amawalk
3 bedrooms | 3 baths | 2,767 square feet
What’s to like? A design by architect Edgar Tafel (apprentice to Frank Lloyd Wright), reminiscent of Wright’s Taliesin home in Wisconsin, with a cantilever roof, vaulted wood-beamed ceilings, wall-to-wall windows with nature views, numerous built-ins, and a lower level with potential for a fourth bedroom or office/studio.
What’s not? One bedroom is on the lower level; could benefit from additional restoration.
James Oesterle (914) 659-2266 Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage
$590,997 (short sale)
647 Cardinal Rd, Cortlandt Manor
3 bedrooms | 2.5 baths | 2,780 square feet
What’s to like? Set on a cul-de-sac with views of 6.7 wooded acres, features bleached hardwood floors, a window-lined chef’s gourmet kitchen, family room with antique bar, sun room, skylight, and sprawling backyard with in-ground pool, hot-tub, stone outdoor grill, and waterfall.
What’s not? The property can benefit from a little TLC, including updating the pool.
Imelda Isles (914) 325-0294, Grand Lux Realty
$850,000 - $925,000
77 Hack Green Rd, Pound Ridge
4 bedrooms | 3 baths | 3,705 square feet
What's to like? This 1930 shingle Cape Cod with original wide-planked pine floors and multiple sets of French doors was expanded to include a family room with a vaulted ceiling and built-ins that opens to a country kitchen with honed stone countertops, Thermador double convection ovens, Viking six-burner cooktop, and Bosch dishwasher. The renovation also added an in-ground pool and cabana.
What’s not? Distance to highways and train for commuters.
Michael Neeley (914) 234-9234, Ginnel Real Estate
16A Glengary Rd, Croton-on-Hudson
4 bedrooms | 4 baths | 3,000 square feet
What's to like? A minimalist 1968 contemporary by architect Richard Kaeyer features wall-to-wall windows with Hudson River and nature views, soaring ceilings, loft-like interior spaces, a two-tier living room and dining room, glass-sided fireplace, and oversized swimming pool. An elevated positioning surrounded by boulder outcroppings offers added privacy.
What’s not? The nearly two-acre grounds need refreshing and kitchen appliances could be updated.
Todd Goddard (914) 406-0588, Houlihan Lawrence
2 Munson Pond Ln, Pleasantville
3 bedrooms | 2 full-, 2 half-baths | 2,100 square feet
What's to like? A renovation to the 1938 Colonial by modernist architect Henry Smith-Miller blends modern stainless steel, glass, and mirrored features with vintage architecture. Includes an updated master bedroom suite with his and her baths, a stainless steel eat-in kitchen with wood-beamed ceiling, walls of glass with pond, in-ground pool, and garden views.
What’s not? Pleasantville parking permit for resident commuters is not included.
Dana Gwynn Bieff (914) 912-6004, Houlihan Lawrence
$2,295,000 – $3,295,000
15 Twin Ponds Dr, Bedford Hills
4 bedrooms | 6 bathrooms | 6,500 square feet
What’s to like? Private setting on nearly 5.2 acres of landscaped grounds. Sun-filled interior includes walls of glass with views of the Croton Reservoir and surrounding hills from virtually every room, a gourmet eat-in kitchen, family room with floor-to-ceiling stone fireplace, media room, office, luxurious master suite, separate apartment on the lower level, and a custom indoor pool.
What’s not? The first section of the driveway is shared; some of the six bathrooms could be updated.
Patty Carpenter (914) 953-4662, Renwick Sotheby’s International Realty
141 Webber Ave, Sleepy Hollow
10 bedrooms | 6.5 baths | 9,400 square feet
What’s to like? Set high on 3.2 acres, this estate is believed to have been home to heiress Mary H. Hill, wife to Samuel Hill, West Coast visionary and businessman, and daughter of Northwest railroad tycoon James J. Hill. The 1890 Victorian includes a 4,700 square-foot kitchen with butler pantry, anteroom, dining/ballroom, sun parlors, solarium, chapel, and a tennis/paddle court.
What’s not? The driveway is shared; additional restoration could bring the estate back to its original glory.
Dalia Valdes (914) 772-8002 Julia B. Fee Sotheby’s International Realty,
177 Somerstown Rd, Millwood
4 bedrooms | 4.5 baths | 6,000 square feet
What’s to like? A 2010 exterior and interior renovation and expansion of the original 1954 structure added custom features, including triple pane architectural windows, commercial grade steel beams, radiant entry and bathroom floors, an Eggersmann kitchen with high-end appliances, and energy-efficient six-zone hydro-air heating and cooling. Set on over six acres with nature views and pool. Chappaqua schools.
What’s not? Distant from Chappaqua and its chic boutiques and restaurants.
Andrea Martone (914) 261-7458, Houlihan Lawrence