In Westchester, a historic bank building is now a $1.9M contemporary home

Posted On Fri, September 18, 2020 By

Posted On Fri, September 18, 2020 By In Cool Listings, Upstate

Photos by Rob Shaw, RHS Photography

A unique industrial loft in a former 20th-century bank building has hit the market in the Westchester village of Dobbs Ferry. The home, where “Tribeca meets Main Street USA,” as the listing describes, was formerly the Greensburgh Savings Bank and has been converted into a one-of-a-kind townhouse. Asking $1.899 million, the four-bedroom home at 81 Main Street measures over 6,300 square feet, has a private backyard, and features remnants of its past life, like a bank vault and super tall ceilings.

Barreled, 38-foot ceilings make the space feel airy while also bringing in natural light from the upper levels. The open layout flows from one room to the next, giving the buyer flexibility to transform the living space however they see fit.

On this level, the chef’s kitchen’s sleek design includes counter seating, a double oven, and top-of-the-line smart appliances. Stunning architectural details like wood floors, archways, and tall ceilings are found throughout.

Above, there are two levels of lofts, with enough space for four separate bedrooms. On the home’s lower level, there’s space for a decent-sized, multi-person office and a spa-sized sauna, according to the listing.

Located on a quiet block, the property is just steps from a Palisades and Hudson River-facing park, the Old Croton Trailway State Park, as well as the Meto-North Hudson Line. Plus, Dobbs Ferry is about 35 minutes from Midtown.

[Listing: 81 Main Street by David Cortez and Inaam Rahman of William Pitt/Sotheby’s International Realty]

Photos by Rob Shaw, RHS Photography

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