[This home was taken off the market 11/29]
This Croton stone Colonial is more than just a stately, ivy-covered exterior…
Got any wealthy artist friends? Is that even a thing, a wealthy artist? Well, if such a creature does, in fact, walk this earthly plane, they’re going to love this northern Westchester County country estate on 3.7 acres of land.
Not only will they love it for its four-bedroom main house constructed of stones taken from the nearby Croton Dam, with 2,935 square feet and c.1929 original details…
…they’ll especially love it for the stucco artist’s cottage with brick patio, looking like it would be right at home in the French countryside. The light-soaked interior is perfect for visual artists, but it could also be converted into a guest cottage with its own kitchenette and bath with clawfoot tub.
Absorb some dappled lighting from one of the property’s outdoor area, like the rolling lawn, brick patio, in-ground pool, or on-sight tennis court.
This property is in the community of Mt. Airy, perched above the village of Croton-on-Hudson. Just minutes from here is the historic Croton Dam and Croton Gorge Park, and the Croton-Harmon Metro-North station is less than 10 minutes away. You might say this is GORGEous territory…and you wouldn’t be wrong.
Falling in love with this Croton stone Colonial? Find out more about 245 West Mt. Airy Road, Croton-on-Hudson from Houlihan Lawrence.