Situated on a hilltop above the historic houses of the affluent Fieldston neighborhood in the Bronx, this early 1900s stone and stucco Tudor home offers privacy, size and architectural beauty surrounded by expansive lawns, mature plantings and a pond. It’s all 20 minutes from Manhattan.
Inside are 16 rooms including nine bedrooms. Working fireplaces are in many of those rooms, as are a long list of modern comforts and enhancements including central heat and air conditioning, a sprinkler system and a finished attic. Throughout the home you’ll find plenty of sunlight and gleaming dark hardwood floors.
A cozy living room features classic 1920s coffered ceilings, a fireplace and walls of windows. A classic chef’s kitchen is centered around a massive heritage range, with stone countertops, plenty of storage and windows everywhere. A formal dining room is perfect for entertaining.
We’re guessing the master bedroom stays toasty in winter thanks to a charming fireplace set into a massive stone surround. The master bath is an elegant and spacious affair with lots of marble and a bath tub tucked under a big window for bathing with a view.
An attached garage holds at least four cars. The home’s grounds feature a pond, stately stone walls and tall mature trees.
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