This Croton Contemporary Home Makes Commuting Worth it, $689,500

  |  September 12, 2019
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A quick drive south from this Croton Contemporary will bring you to the train that gets you to Grand Central in under an hour. 

Listen, we’re not going to sugar-coat it: Commuting to the city from the Hudson Valley can be a drag. However, this one-acre property in northern Westerchester County looks like an ideal situation to us, especially if you have a family, with a c.1970s house containing a bright, updated interior over 2,400 square feet in size.

That’s a lot of space, and the main floor of this raised Ranch is full of sunlight pouring through large windows and sliding glass doors. You’ll even catch some seasonal views of the Hudson River right around the time you start lighting up the fireplace for cozy nights at home.

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You definitely won’t run out of storage in this stainless steel-and-soapstone kitchen with access to the back deck via more glass doors. The adjoining formal dining room comes with a built-in hutch.

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Rounding out the main, top floor of the house are three bedrooms and two full baths, including the huge master suite with private bath.

On the lower level is another family room, plus two more bedrooms, a laundry room, and a mud room. Under that is the two-car garage.

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The yard offers a variety of gathering spaces and levels to enjoy, like the back patio with fire pit, or the deck attached the kitchen which provides the perfect place to share a meal outside during the summer.

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Croton-on-Hudson is situated, not surprisingly, along the shores of the Hudson River, a little under an hour’s drive from NYC.

Feel fine about commuting from this Croton Contemporary? Find out more about 123 Old Post Road N., Croton-on-Hudson, NY from Sotheby’s.

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