Nestled on a hillside in the heart of Fieldston, this 3-bedroom, 2.5-bath, stucco, stone and clapboard, Tudor Revival-style house was built in 1935. It enjoys a large, secluded two-level patio, a rock garden and a grassy lawn. The grounds of nearly a quarter of an acre extend back from West 246th Street to the Greystone Avenue cul-de-sac, where there is access to the private driveway.
Standout features include: a welcoming recessed front porch; entry hall; handsome sunken living room with ceiling beams, stone wood-burning fireplace and French doors out to the patio; formal dining room; kitchen (with a double sink, 2 wall ovens, Chambers cooktop and custom oak cabinetry); home office with built-in bookcases; master bedroom suite; limestone master bathroom with soaking tub and separate shower; walk-out basement (with a recreation room, wood-burning fireplace, laundry room and French doors out to a stone-columned back porch); slate roof; Belgian block driveway; attached garage; approximately 0.24-acre lot in landmark district.
Conveniently located for well-known private schools (Horace Mann, Fieldston and Riverdale Country School), the Fieldston community’s idyllic Indian Pond, the vast greenery of Van Cortlandt Park, and transportation to Manhattan (including express buses and the No. 1 subway train).