Not only is this turn-of-the-century Victorian with a slate mansard roof and dormer windows attractive on the outside, it’s got a sweet interior that’s bright, open, and packed with original details.
Our favorite feature is in the first floor living room. We’ll let you guess what it is:
Did you guess the big bay window? Then give yourself a point! Who wouldn’t love to have a place like that to sit and have a cup of coffee while soaking up a beam of sunlight?
Other enviable features include: hardwood floors, original moldings, high ceilings, dining room with wood stove, wood paneling, built-ins, stained glass, three bedrooms, and 1.5 baths. The quarter-acre lot offers a private space to play outside, lush plantings, water feature, and stone patio.
Situated in the village of Ossining about a half-mile from the Hudson waterfront and the train station. The Old Croton Trailway passes by the back of this property making it easy and safe to ride bikes into town and to the nearby schools.
32 North Malcolm Street, Ossining (Coldwell Banker Homes)