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Stunning Tarrytown contemporary seeks $2.75M

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A Baldridge design embodies balance and serenity

A photo of the back of a two-story modern house with a balcony and porch on the left and a cantilevered upstairs room that sticks out over the pool and has gray shingle siding. The rest of the house is stucco
2006 Robinhood Trail
Via Gottesman Residential Real Estate

Designed by Austin’s absolutely fab company Baldridge Architects, which you can thank for several boutique hotels with sophisticated design around town as well as residences with similar qualities, this contemporary Tarrytown home is a standout.

The front of the home presents an elegant face with a little yard art and a two-car garage that somehow does not look like one, which seems the stuff of legend. The back of the home, in contrast, is a two-story affair with just the right mix of house and pool, white stucco and brick with with gray shingles that grace a cantilevered section with large windows.

Inside the 4,416-square-foot home are four bedrooms and three and a half bathrooms as well as a fireplace, a game room, and hard tile and wood throughout. Located at 2006 Robinhood Trail, it is listed exclusively with Laura Gottesman with Gottesman Residential Real Estate and is asking $2.75 million.