The two homes on this ample lot in centrally located Tarrytown are likely to be destroyed and replaced with something McMansionist, but until then, we can remain intrigued by their possibilities.
Built in 1965 (with the Saltillo tile and macrame to prove it), the two homes total 2,490 square feet, with five bedrooms and four bathrooms altogether. It’s difficult to tell, but it looks like there’s a main, two-story unit and a smaller structure—possibly detached or perhaps connected, something in the manner of but not quite like a dogtrot house, which you can find in both modern and vintage versions. Then again, maybe not.
At any rate, the main home is open, light, and a little quirky, with an two-level open plan for the kitchen, dining, and living areas. There are vaulted ceilings, built-in bookcases, and a fireplace.
That all leaves quite a bit of green space on the 0.413-acre lot, which slopes (gently) to Johnson Creek and features plenty of mature trees in front. There’s a deck off the main living area as well as a patio with a fire pit in the yard. Located at 2003 Sharon Lane, the home is listed by Nicole Kessler at Compass.