The oak-covered, central Tarrytown neighborhood has its fair share of McMansions, but a remarkable variety of homes from all eras of its existence populate the area. Residences in the neighborhood started cropping up in the 1920s, with development ramping up (for the first of many times) in the 1940s.
One of the most charming and representative homes from the first Tarrytown boom is this one-story, frame home on a corner lot, originally built in 1941. Located at 3501 Windsor Road, the home is represented by Sledd Realty and is not yet listed on the MLS.
The 2,114-square-foot house has three bedrooms and three bathrooms. It was updated extensively in 2013 and features tile and wood floors in much of the home as well as stainless appliances and what looks like original beadboard, cabinets, and built-ins.
The exterior has been professionally landscaped and features established flower beds, oversized planters, river-stone walkways and ground covering, and a shaded patio. The yard is fully fenced, and there’s a covered parking for two cars.