Soothe your cleanliness-obsessed mind with this unsullied, fully modern Colonial Farmhouse built in 2018.
Imagine a kitchen that’s never had a single meal prepared in it, or gleaming wood floors free of shoe scuffs and tracks. Picture a bedroom that’s never been slept in, or a shower that’s never been showered in. If these thoughts are making the hairs on the back of your neck stand up, it might be time to move into a brand-new house. Might we suggest this four-bedroom home in northern Westchester County?
Modeled after a 19th-century Colonial farmhouse right down to the board-and-batten exterior siding, this 3,661-square-foot house features a two-story entryway drenched in natural light…
…as well as a living room fireplace, formal dining room, and gourmet kitchen with 9′ center island, stainless steel appliances, custom cabinetry, and granite and quartz counter tops.
Upstairs, there’s a master suite with spa bath, three more bedrooms, two additional full baths, and a laundry room with sink and custom cabinetry.
Custom light fixtures, oak flooring, millwork, and wood trim are all evidence of the attention detail supplied by the architect, Teo Siguenza.
Now, take a moment to fantasize which three cars you’re going to buy to park inside your three-bay garage…
…or, start planning some epic summer shin-digs on the terraced back deck and patio.
This house is situated on 2.78 acres in the northwestern portion of Westchester, just an hour from NYC.
Ready to start fresh with this modern Colonial farmhouse in Westchester Co.? Find out more about 4 Bulder Ponds Drive, Somers from Houlihan Lawrence.
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