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Midcentury home in Tarrytown returns to market for $3.495M

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1950 house originally designed by notable architect Arthur Fehr

This Tarrytown home, which has been on and off the market for a couple of years, has a notable architectural legacy. It was first drawn by Arthur Fehr, principal of the legendary Austin firm Fehr & Granger. Completion of the home was then picked up by Page Southerland Page (now Page), one of the oldest and most esteemed architectural firms in the city, and completed in 1950. It was recently restored by two more notable local firms: Don Crowell Builders and Adobe|Fern Santini Design.

When we featured the 4,389-square-foot home in spring of 2016, it was also asking $3.495 million (as it is now), but that price included only the .48-acre lot the home is on, with the possibility of buying the adjacent lot for an additional sum. That summer, the price dropped by bout $66,000, to $3.29 million, with the same amount of land. It was back on the market in spring of 2017, originally asking $3.975 million and getting a price cut before the listing expired in November.

Now the three-bedroom, four-and-a-half bathroom house has returned for the original asking price—with the significant inclusion of the adjacent lot in that price, bringing the total amount of land .745 acres, a pretty big chunk of dirt when it comes to Tarrytown.

The two-story, brick home has two living areas and a formal dining room, with wood and hard tile floors throughout.

The home has a total of five fireplaces, including one in the master bedroom, which also has a walk-in closet and a bathroom with a garden tub and walk-in shower.

In addition to a spacious yard and views courtesy of the inclusion of the adjacent lot, the house features a dramatic courtyard entrance with a pool, a deck covered and uncoverd patios, a screened-in porch, and a private garden.

2410 McCall Road [Moreland Properties]