With a beautifully-designed, renovated boho-chic interiors and a stone exterior that seems to grow right from the verdant landscape, this “European country” Tudor-style house at 2741 Edgehill Avenue in the northwest Bronx neighborhood of Spuyten Duyvil looks pretty good at $1.6 million even without three patios and parking for five cars. It’s also minutes from Metro North and not far from the 1 subway line.
This attractive stone home on a pretty Riverdale block in a neighborhood the New York Times has called the “crosscurrents of suburb and city” has three stories, four bedrooms and plenty of charm. The current residents’ evident love for quirky art and colorful bohemian decor highlights the richness of the home’s dark wood floors, massive windows and cool details.
A double-height living room has a wood-burning fireplace and walls of windows.
The windowed eat-in kitchen is clean, modern and well-designed. The kitchen and formal dining room open onto a large patio. A gallery off the dining room overlooks the living room.
The home’s four bedrooms are colorful and cozy. There are one-and-a-half baths, which look just as well-designed as the rest of the house.
The home sits on landscaped grounds with stone walls, mature trees and three huge stone patios. Also on the grounds: Parking for five cars.
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Images courtesy of Halstead.
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Neighborhoods : Spuyten Duyvil