Head to northern Westchester County for the suburb of Yorktown Heights, where this Mid-Mod Contemporary is situated…
Don’t try to find this house from the road. It’s tucked away on a three-acre lot at the end of a long, gated driveway on the site of former mill. There, the Hunter Brook stream burbles by in full view of the home’s back deck.
Step inside the 4,300-square-foot, four-bedroom interior complete with c.1960s details like full-wall stone fireplace, floating front staircase, slate tile and hardwood floors, and big picture windows in the open-concept living room, kitchen, and dining room.
The first-floor master suite also includes a fireplace. You’ll find yet another one down in the groovy basement/game room, which comes with a built-in bar and slate floors. It’s the perfect place to put some records on the hi-fi while playing a rousing game of Battleship.
During the summer, the party takes place outside next to the in-ground pool.
Located just a few minutes west of Yorktown Heights proper, close to public schools, parks, and the city of Peekskill Metro-North train station. If you’re interested in buying a property in this part of the lower Hudson Valley, stick with us all this week as we explore Yorktown Heights, the town of Yorktown, and points beyond. Stay tuned!
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