This sun-soaked Yorktown Heights Colonial Farmhouse is only part of the picture…
…but it’s a good place to start with this property. Built in 1945, the 3,258-square-foot residence comes with four large bedrooms, four baths, and a breezy open floor plan. Also in with the mix: a huge living room with walls of windows, and a great room that is great, indeed, with a double-sided stone fireplace. Hardwood plank flooring throughout. According to the listing, the front foyer features a hand-painted murals…but no pictures? More’s the pity!
And what’s on the other side of that double-sided stone fireplace? Why, a formal dining room, of course, with double French doors that open onto the deck. Vaulted ceilings in the great room, dining room, and eat-in part of the eat-in kitchen.
The four bedrooms are interspersed throughout the house, including one bedroom tucked away up the back stairs and a first-floor bedroom. On the second floor is the stunning master bedroom with double doors and a private balcony, plus an en suite with soaking tub and double sink vanity.
As we mentioned, the house is just a part of the overall story. Take a walk out to the in-ground pool, or have wander around the tree-surrounded four-acre lot. Make sure you stop by the gazebo, which overlooks the property’s private pond.
Clear Pond is in idyllic northwestern Westchester County, 5 minutes from the Taconic State Parkway, 10 minutes from Yorktown Heights, and 15 minutes from both Cortlandt and Peekskill Metro-North train stations. Private? Yes, but close to everything including NYC less than an hour away.
Does this Yorktown Heights Colonial farmhouse spark your interest? Find out more about 1380 Hunterbrook Road, Yorktown Heights from Halstead.