Set on almost a third of an acre, this spacious 6-bedroom, 4.5-bath, brick center-hall Colonial Revival-style house is on a charming cul-de-sac in Fieldston. It was built in 1930-31 and designed by Fieldston’s preeminent architect, Dwight James Baum.
Features include: a living room with marble fireplace and bay window; formal dining room with French doors to a rear patio and yard; elegant wood-paneled den with marble fireplace and bay window; eat-in kitchen; large walk-through pantry; slate roof; unfinished basement; attached oversize 2-car garage; 100-by-136-ft. lot in landmark district.
The house is conveniently located for schools, parks and transportation to Manhattan (including the No. 1 subway train).