The village of Nyack has long been a favorite destination for its walkability, restaurants, and cool shops.
The cheery light-yellow exterior has a roomy front porch. Built in 1938, the house has been completely redone, according to the listing.
Now, the 2,149-square-foot interior is awash in light-gray ceramic tile flooring. The foyer offers just a taste.
The living room continues the gray-and-white theme. A triple-paned picture window brightens the room.
At the other end of the house, there’s room for a big dining set before entering the kitchen.
It’s fully modern, with white cabinets and center island, all topped with gray granite. Gray walls echo the flooring. A door leads to the backyard.
The main floor includes an office and this half-bath with gray walls and charcoal-toned ceramic tile.
The stairs climb to the second floor before continuing to the unfinished attic.
The primary bedroom is large, with more of the same ceramic tile and gray walls. Big windows let in the sun and the sky.
The primary ensuite bathroom is snazzy with black marble on the floor and some walls. A sleek black vanity holds an iridescent vessel sink.
The shower is enormous with a rainfall showerhead and separate hand shower. We’re not sure if there’s room for a tension-rod shower curtain, or if this is intended to be a European-style wet bathroom.
The primary bedroom also has this walk-in closet.
The secondary bedrooms are similar in color and style.
This one’s a bit bigger than the other.
They both share this hall bath, which has a black-marble-tiled tub/shower combo and lots of light from a huge window.
Like most village lots, this property is petite—under a tenth of an acre—but has a fenced-in backyard big enough for a mature tree, a garden shed, and a patio with a firepit. It’s just four blocks to the Hudson riverfront, too.
If this downtown beauty captures your imagination, check out 109 Jackson Avenue, Nyack, with Ahron Elbaum of EXP Realty.