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.