When you live in central, coveted Tarrytown, half the fun (we’re assuming) is having the room to stretch out in whatever style of home you prefer—traditional mansion, McMansion, or, in this case, a large, elegant, contemporary mansion.
This refined home, built in 2015, possesses a not-insignificant 6,072 square feet, in a multileveled design with an exterior composed of stone, frame, steel and, stucco—a mix that results in a more minimalist, clean design than it sounds like it would.
The six-bedroom home has five and a half bathrooms and sits on a private, gated .4-acre lot. The open floor plan downstairs features glass-walled rooms organized around a central courtyard with a pool, multiple patios, and a grilling area. Upstairs, there is also a rooftop deck with views of Downtown and the Capitol building.
In addition to the estimable main home, there is a detached, one-bedroom guest house a with living room, kitchenette, and full bath on the property.
The house features an ALEICHT kitchen with soft-close drawers; Miele & Wolf appliances; a Subzero refrigerator, oven, and convection oven; a coffee station, and a conveniently located wine refrigerator
A main-level master suite features and oversized shower and an outdoor shower, Carrara marble, Azul limestone tile, a volcanic limestone soaking tub, and double closets.
Multiple outdoor entertaining spaces, including a pool and spa, are, like the rest of the property, elevated by the artistic touches found throughout.
• 1309 Meriden Lane [Kuper Sotheby’s International Realty]