Less then 22 miles north of New York City along the Hudson River sits one of Irvington's treasured historic homes. Once known as the "Birds Nest" this 4 bedroom, 2 bath Greystone Victorian was formerly the gate-house of the Dows-Luke Estate. Built in 1870 by local craftsmen this house is constructed of native stone and has a gable slate roof, bay windows and gingerbread ornamentation. This house has all the modern amenities one could want along with the architectural details and grandeur of another era. Featuring 9' ceilings, dental moldings, floor to ceiling windows, 3 fireplaces and hardwood floors. Brand new eat-in kitchen as well as new furnace, central a/c, hot water heater and so much more. Built-in gas grill, stone shed and specimen trees align this beautiful half acre. Walk to train, town, schools, aqueduct, farmer's market..... Once in a life time opportunity.
Listing courtesy of Hilary Levy from Coldwell Banker Res Brokerage
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