Situated on one of the most spectacular pieces of property in Westchester, this elegant Colonial has distant views along the reservoirs to the George Washington Bridge and the Manhattan skyline. Built in 1968, this brick homestead sits magnificently on 20 acres of conserved land. The two story entrance hall with marble flooring immediately takes advantage of the views as seen through the paneled living room with fireplace and herringbone wood floors. The large cook's kitchen opens onto a family room with massive stone fireplace, beamed cathedral ceiling and access to the greenhouse. The formal dining room can seat 20 easily and the lacquered library makes a great retreat. On the main floor are three en suite bedrooms. Upstairs, the master has been sited to take advantage of the vista, while the master bath is spacious and lavish with two walk-in closets and plenty of storage. There is one more family bedroom on this floor, with its own bathroom, as well as an office. From the kitchen one can access a small guest apartment, and from the back hall, there is access to an office/bedroom with a bathroom; perfect for guests or help. The grounds feature hidden gardens, stone walls age old trees and specimen plantings. The heated pool is near the house, yet perfectly private with a different angle to enjoy the lawn and distant views. New wood shingle roof, the pool has been completely refurbished and numerous updates have been made to the house.
With some of the most exclusive real estate in the country, Westchester County is the ideal setting for suburban luxury living with easy access to first-class urban amenities. Steeped in history, Westchester County played a critical role in the Revolutionary War and later provided a pastoral country retreat for the industrialists who helped build the nation.Read more about luxury homes in Westchester County