Built in 1937, this two-story home on the eastern edge of Tarrytown is described as a “cottage” in its listing. That might be due to the wood-shingled exterior or the prominence of rustic details inside, but at 2,293 square feet, the home is larger than what we now think of as cottage-sized.
Located on .34 acre, the home has been updated, but it retains original woodwork details in the kitchen, dining room, and bedrooms. The house has three bedrooms and three bathrooms, including a second-floor master bathroom that also features a clawfoot tub, numerous windows overlooking the gardens, walk-in shower, double vanity and numerous built-ins
The front sun room features Saltillo tile and the original, cast-concrete stone exterior. The second living room, which is currently used as painting studio, has French doors opening to the extensive grounds, which feature a detached workshop, gardens, a fountain, other water features, and unique planting beds.