A Country House Hidden in Peekskill City, $439K

To live in the country, or to live in the city? Decisions, decisions. Thankfully, in this Peekskill stone Colonial, you can have it both ways…

Built in 1929, this Dutch Colonial is situated a few blocks north of Peekskill’s city center, set back in a quiet, residential neighborhood with tree-lined streets and other stately, older homes.

There’s a lot of space here, with over 3,000 square feet, three bedrooms, and three full baths. Living room features walls of windows, brick fireplace, built-ins, and a door that opens into a heated sun room.

A formal dining room adjoins to a kitchen with separate breakfast room and butler’s pantry, so you’ll never want for storage again.

One of our favorite features of this house is that the master bedroom has its own romantic stone balcony, perfect for intimate dinners or serene coffee drinking in the morning. All three bedrooms are on the second floor.

The .4-acre lot offers shade trees, garden beds, and stone patio. Need to commute? The Peekskill train station is about five minutes away from your front door, and the Taconic State Parkway is a ten-minute drive.

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Convinced that this Peekskill stone Colonial is the perfect country home close to it all? Find out more about 1200 Seymour Lane, Peekskill from Coldwell Banker.

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