This Tarrytown cutie surprises in a number of ways—one of them being that a house of its size and vintage managed to survive in Tarrytown.
Jokes aside, it succeeds where so many projects fail: It’s a vintage home with good bones and a superbly executed, contemporary remodel that benefits from not being beholden to its original build date (that would be 1947).
A one-story home with shingled, wood-frame construction, it measures 2,256 square feet and has four bedrooms and three bathrooms, as well as an office/study and a large, uncharacteristically cute laundry room (as laundry rooms go).
A walnut-wrapped center island in the kitchen connects the joins main living area backyard views, seen through a wall of windows and sliding glass doors. (Those flush wood doors in the kitchen also hide a huge pantry.) There are wood floors throughout, as well as recessed lighting and vaulted ceilings in some areas.
A master suite at the rear of home has a vaulted ceiling, walk-in shower, soaker tub , and floating double vanities, as well as lots of storage and a private study.
Just outside the laundry room (see how cute?) lies a private backyard with a nice patio, gardens, big trees, and an adorable gardening shed.
• 2101 Townes Lane [Juice Real Estate]