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401 North Broadway Upper Nyack, New York, 10960 United States

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Judge Tompkins Estate "Glen Iris"
  • $18,000 
    Monthly/AMERICAN DOLLAR

Details for 401 North Broadway

Beds
8
Full Baths
5
Sq Ft.
6,500
Acres
2.27
PRICE / SQ. FT.
$3
 
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About : 401 North Broadway, Upper Nyack, New York

Judge Tompkins Estate, "Glen Iris,"a half-timbered and stone circa 1901 Colonial, with extraordinary views of the Hudson and private deeded access to a rocky beach on the river. Located on private 2.27 acre park like setting with many specimen plantings. A short walk or bike ride to the village, Hook Mountain and the elementary school.

Glen Iris was completely renovated 3.5 years ago with new electric, heat, air conditioning, woodwork/floors stripped and refinished, ceilings replaced, roofing, windows and more. Every detail of the property exudes old world charm and elegance of a day gone by.

Features: chestnut paneling/woodwork, large sunny solarium with original terracotta floors; quarter sawn oak floors; four fireplaces with Federal style including "Adams;" built in china cupboards; original Irish crystal chandelier; renovated butler's pantry with original silver sink; bright and sunny, top of line kitchen with lots of glass facing the river; impressive paneled entry hall with beamed ceiling and fireplace. 6,500 sq ft on the first and second floors, and 1,700 sq ft on the third floor.

Tompkins was a New York State Supreme Court Judge. The next owner, Norman Rose, was a popular actor.

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Marketed By

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76 North Broadway
Nyack, New York, United States   
­Richard Ellis
Real Estate Broker
+1 914.393.0438
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Property ID:
T74CZR
MLS ID:
1234567

Amenities

  • Hardwood Flooring
  • Marble Countertop
  • Washer Included
  • 4+ Fireplaces
  • Vaulted Ceilings
  • Radiant Floor Heating
  • Butler’s Pantry
  • Cathedral Ceilings
  • Scenic View
  • Water View
  • River view
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