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Roomy Deep Eddy traditional wants $1.375M

Is Deep Eddy the part of Tarrytown that’s comfortable with itself?

2401 West 12th Street
Via Gottesman Residential Real Estate

There’s something comforting about many of the homes in the small Deep Eddy neighborhood, where Tarrytown flows down toward the lake, along with a lot of its pretensions. Some of them, anyway.

This two-story home, with its red-brick and stucco veneer, could have been built anytime between the 1950s and 2006 (when it was actually built). Surrounded by lovely, large, well-tended trees, it’s half-obscured from the street, which features similarly unshowy homes in the vicinity.

Inside is an idea of wealth expressed through preppie, sort of classically American tropes of stability and abundance: A living area with soaring ceilings and tons of natural light, unafraid of game trophies or maximalism, though not quite achieving it. A galley kitchen, which the listing holds has a generous walk-in pantry and attached mudroom, is backgrounded in favor of bedrooms with US Colonial and British references and gendered color stories and a private, small but lush outdoor area.

Located at 2401 West 12th Street, the 3,288-square-foot home has four bedrooms and three and a half bathrooms. There’s a second living room upstairs and a private patio off the master bedroom. The listing is held by Leigh Petri at Gottesman Residential Real Estate.