This adorable, not-so-little home looks like a castle on the outside, but not so much on the inside—which might be a good thing (?). Situated on a fairly generous lot in lush, leafy Tarrytown, the limestone home was build in 1939. Compared to an actual castle, it looks a bit wee, but it’s large for a single-family home: 4,687 square feet to be exact.
The original architectural design has been preserved, but the interiors have been updated and are basically a blank slate. Along with seven bedrooms and six bathrooms, it features an open floor plan, a spacious kitchen, and a master suite with attached sun room and private balcony.
There are wood floors throughout, as well hard tile in kitchen and bathrooms and a fireplace in the front living room.
There is also a one-bedroom, one-bathroom detached apartment with full kitchen that seems suitable as guest quarters or a rental of some kind.
The kitchen features a breakfast area (there’s also a formal dining room in the home) with a center island and granite/marble countertops.
There are two master suites as well as a garden tub, separate and walk-in showers, and walk-in closets.
Behind the two-story home is a detached guest house with full living amenities.