This newly renovated 4-bedroom, 4-full- and 2-half bath, red-brick, Colonial Revival-style house is located at 4612 Grosvenor Avenue. The house was built in 1930 and designed by master architect Julius Gregory. It has a rear garden and a large, level front lawn.
Features include: an impressively spacious center hall with a curved cantilevered staircase; living room with wood-burning fireplace; formal dining room; large new eat-in kitchen (outfitted with a 9-by-5-ft. center island, marble countertops, Sub-Zero refrigerator, Wolf 6-burner cooktop and double wall ovens; 2 sinks, 2 Asko dishwashers and a Sharp microwave); walk-through butler’s pantry (with marble countertops, hammered-nickel sink, 2-zone wine cooler and plentiful cabinetry); heated sunroom with French doors opening to a private flagstone terrace; master bedroom suite with a windowed walk-in closet; master bathroom with glass-enclosed shower.
There is a finished walk-out basement (with a recreation room, half bathroom, laundry room mudroom and a maid’s room/office with its own full bathroom); unfinished storage attic; slate roof; new windows in most rooms; new furnace and central air-conditioning; long private driveway; attached 2-car garage. The property is an approximately 110-by-119-ft. lot in a landmark district.
Conveniently located for well-known private schools (Horace Mann, Fieldston and Riverdale Country School), the vast greenery of Van Cortlandt Park and transportation to Manhattan (including express buses and the No. 1 subway train).