The listing for this one-story home, which falls somewhere between midcentury and ranch styles, contains the descriptor “merriment,” and we must concur that it is merry indeed.
This house is situated on roughly one-third of an acre of land on a quiet Tarrytown street. Built in 1957, it leans toward being a rancher, with garage in front and pitched roof, but it doesn’t really matter; the interiors have been remodeled and staged in a colorful mix of eras and styles.
The 3,024-square-foot house offers a sprawling layout that includes a master wing with private study, as well as a secondary bedroom wing. All four bedrooms have en suite bathrooms, and there is a half-bathroom accessible from living areas as well.
The open inside living area, with its slate fireplace, is mirrored by an adjacent courtyard with a brick fireplace of its own. The backyard also includes a custom tree house and a zip line for additional merriment.
The home has wood and hard tile floors throughout, vaulted ceilings, and recessed lighting.
The master bedroom and bathroom have their own wing, while the three other bedrooms, each with its own bathroom, occupy a separate one.
With a grill, fireplace, patio, treehouse, and zip line, the backyard seems like it would be hard to be bored in.
• 2717 Mountain Laurel Lane [Stephanie Panozzo, Gottesman Residential Real Estate]