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Modern Tarrytown rancher asks $1.15M

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Home built in 1960 with stylish updates

A modern open living room with white walls and wood floors. In back is a dining area with a modern pendant ceiling light and a dark gray accent wall.
2701 Mountain Laurel Lane
Via Gottesman Residential Real Estate

(This article has been updated with the correct price of the home, which was incorrect in an earlier version of the post.)

An updated ranch-style house in Tarrytown might not be a rarity, but there’s something about the remodel on this one that makes it look especially sleek and stylish. Or maybe it’s the photography—but whatever the case, it has an open plan that brings in lots of light and appealing, sophisticated finishes and features.

While the living areas, dining room, and kitchen have been opened up, as contemporary taste (and sun lovers) would have it, the single-story, 2,067-square-foot home’s long, horizontal lines point to its 1960 origins.

The house has three bedrooms and two bathrooms and features wood and hard tile floors, recessed lighting punctuated occasionally by contemporary pendant ceiling fixtures, a covered patio and porch, a newly landscaped backyard, and a two-car garage. Tammy Koen at Gottesman Residential Real Estate has the listing.

Exterior of gray brick ranch-style house with several limestone stairs leading up to its front door.
Large open room in modern home with living areas, dining area, and kitchen with two sliding glass doors leading to the backyard.
Contemporary kitchen with white and gray tile backsplash, wood floors, and white cabinets.
Bedroom with dark gray accent wall, wood floors, and long horizontal windows above the bed.
Bathroom with contemporary gray tile in inset tile, light-colored stone tile on the floor, and a white countertop.