$4.5M Mediterranean-style home brings a bit of California living to Westchester

Posted On Tue, August 25, 2020 By

Posted On Tue, August 25, 2020 By In Cool Listings, Historic Homes, Upstate

Listing photos courtesy of Houlihan Lawrence

“Santa Barbara comes to Scarsdale,” says the listing, and we couldn’t agree more. This Mediterranean home in Westchester was built in 1928 in the California stucco style. A pool with a waterfall, multiple terraces, large guest house, and tennis court, complete the west coast picture. The home is on the market for $4,450,000.

The property is 2.39 acres. The main house has seven bedrooms and is roughly 7,000 square feet.

 

A grand foyer with barrel-vaulted ceilings leads to the large living room with 11’6″ beamed ceilings. Columned arches create two distinct sitting areas.

 

 

The eat-in kitchen has a large center island and custom cabinetry. It opens to a family room and to a terrace and screened-in porch.

Also on this level is a funky family room with billiards and a built-in bar, a maid’s room, laundry room, mudroom, and two-car garage.

Upstairs on the second floor there are four large bedrooms, as well as the master suite, which has a master suite. There’s another bedroom on the third floor.

Outside, there’s an upper-level patio, along with the large, landscaped patio surrounding the pool. There’s also a full pool house and an outdoor bar.

The guest house is 1,671 square feet and has been configured for two families. The first level holds a rec room, kitchenette, full bath, patio, and garage. Upstairs, there’s a bedroom, full bath, living room, deck, and kitchen.

[Listing: 33 Grand Park Avenue by Laura Sheppe Miller of Houlihan Lawrence]

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Listing photos courtesy of Houlihan Lawrence

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