A one-story, wood frame home built in 1941, this classic Tarrytown house has some fairly modern updates, but, as is clear from the staging, it retains elements—hardwood floors, arched doorways, a covered front porch running along the front of the house, that kind of thing—that allow one to envision what it might have looked like in its heyday as well as the lovely qualities it retains today.
At 1,614 square feet, the home has three bedrooms and one bathroom in the main house, along with a detached one-bedroom, one-bathroom guest house/studio/home office. It has wood floors throughout, French doors, and formal living and dining rooms.
The remodeled kitchen has a breakfast area and dded windows looking out on to the backyard and patio as well as granite and marble counter tops.
The landscaped, fenced (a mix of cedar, masonry, and wrought Iron) backyard has tall trees as well as a patio, a barbecue, and security lighting.
The kitchen has built-in ovens, Energy Star appliances, and a tankless water heater.
Updated bedrooms and bathrooms work with the house’s original style.
A detached building behind the house is set up to serve as a guest house, studio, or rental, with a bathroom, a microwave, and a refrigerator.
• 2610 Bridle Path [Kuper Sotheby’s International Realty]