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A midcentury made over in Tarrytown asks $2.35M

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The revamped 1965 home has views and a pool house

A photo of a living area with a brick fireplace with a floor-to-ceiling chimney on the left. There’s a L-shaped couch in the foreground and modern credenza-type cabinet against the opposite wall under a mirror. There’s a doorway to another room on the opposite wall on the right corner.
3001 Wade Avenue
Via Douglas Residential

While it can be difficult at first to tell that this large, single-story home has its origins in 1965, the vaulted, beamed ceiling in the main living area is a dead giveaway. The hilltop house under a canopy of trees in Tarrytown has been remodeled and expanded since that time, of course, bringing airy, contemporary sensibilities to the aesthetic, but its views and influences remain.

The main house features three bedrooms, three bathrooms, two living rooms, two gas fireplaces, and mudroom as well as wood and concrete floors, built-ins, and some stunning finishes. On the other side of a courtyard pool is a detached one-bedroom, one-bathroom studio with an office, which makes the home’s total square footage to 3,739. Located at 3001 Wade Drive, the home is listed with Joel Douglas of Douglas Residential for $2,345,000.