This c 1928, Dwight Baum Mediterranean Spanish Revival with inner courtyard is located twenty minutes to mid-town Manhattan in historic Fieldston, New York City. On a corner level lot, this magnificent stucco home has terra cotta roof tiles, Juliet balconies with hand designed wrought iron detail and is surrounded by lush landscaping. Enter this extraordinary period home through a detailed entry foyer and sculpted stairway that leads to the upper floor and to a loggia connecting the grand living room with the private and landscaped courtyard. An oversized sunken living room with high ceilings, hand hewn beams and Baum’s lavish use of imported tile contrasts beautifully the white plaster walls typically found in Spanish Mediterranean-style homes. The large formal dining room overlooks the landscaped center courtyard and patio with a Koi pond and leads to a renovated chef’s kitchen with large tiled center island. This gourmet kitchen is magnificent and a perfect setting for entertaining. A large master bedroom suite has a private sunroom and private bath. Additional bedrooms, period bathrooms, home office/study and maid’s room complete this unique and fascinating house that has been featured in “The Mediterranean House of America” by Lauren Weiss Bicker. Discover Riverdale and this beautiful home just fifteen minutes to Lincoln Center. Close to transportation and schools. Low taxes.