Bump this Ossining Colonial home – complete with four bedrooms and a built-in work-from-home space – to the top of your real-estate-wishlist.
The Catskills and the mid-Hudson Valley are getting some grabby headlines lately, thanks to a surge in real estate prices and demand spurred by the coronavirus pandemic. Downstaters are heading north and away from densely-populated areas, hoping to breathe some fresh, mask-free air even if its limited to their own backyards. With all this attention up there, we thought we take the opportunity to check out the listing in the lower side of the Hudson Valley, just north of the bridge-formerly-known-as-the-Tappan-Zee.
Built in the 1920s, the home’s 1,932-square-foot interior features a fresh look, with a semi-open first floor scheme that includes wood floors, built-ins, a living room stone fireplace…
…and a gourmet kitchen that will make you drool with a retro-style fridge, butcher-block island, and granite countertops.
Both full baths have also received the remodel treatment, with custom tiling and new fixtures.
Since we’re all working from home now, you’ll find the built-in desk in the office space useful; plus, high ceilings and big windows will keep you cheerful when you start getting those telecommuting blues.
Use one of the other three bedrooms as a remote school room or studio…
…and, while it’s still nice out, make full use of the big, fenced-in backyard with a brick patio. From here, Ossining village in northern Westchester is just a short drive away.
Falling in love with this Ossining Colonial home? Find out more about 61 Stone Avenue, Ossining, NY from Corcoran.
Patricia A. Hinkein Realty LLC