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Star-Studded Midcentury Remodel in Tarrytown Asks $1.9M

Paul Lamb and Big Red Sun reinvent 1966 home

A 2,723-square-foot home on a woodsy Tarrytown lot, this 1966 build might not look as it did back in the day. On the other hand, the studs-out restoration by Paul Lamb Design keeps the essentials while updating it for contemporary living.

The pinkish brick-and-stone house has three bedrooms and two and a half bathrooms. It also features a chef 'skitchen with mesquite parquet island and stainless counters, a gorgeous library, many skylights, oak floors, and a private terrace with views from the master bedroom.

The home also possess the rare Austin basement, currently a workshop. Outside are a private backyard, patio, and fire pit built to entertain, with garden and landscape by another award-winning local fave, Big Red Sun.

3005 Wade Avenue [Big Red Sun]