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Wednesday, April 1, 2015
Home of the week

A restored stone and stucco home with spectacular river views

The multifaceted exterior of 9 Sigma Place — faced with stone, stucco and decorative shingles — is classic mid century modern, mid-nineteenth century, that is.
A dramatic wall of glass in the sunroom brings a gorgeous Hudson River landscape into the home.
The crescent-shaped patio and rolling lawn invite visitors to explore outside.
Occupants of the renovated master bedroom can wake up to regal views of the river.
A wood-burning fireplace adds warmth and charm to gatherings in the living room.

Located at 9 Sigma Place on a private cul-de-sac in North Riverdale’s estate area, this five-bedroom, four-and-a-half bathroom stone and stucco home offers spectacular, unobstructed views of a breathtaking span of the Hudson River and the majestic cliffs of the Palisades.

“It is located up on a hill,” said broker Sean Trebach. “The view is beautiful,” 

Built in 1865 and set on three-quarters of an acre, the home has been handsomely restored. It combines period details with modern amenities including a slate roof, front porch and entry hall, a capacious living room with wood-burning fireplace, a formal dining room and renovated kitchen complete with skylights, granite counters, stainless steel appliances and a walk-through pantry and breakfast room. 

This majestic home also features a spacious sunroom with a radiant-heat floor, a master suite with a dramatic river view, a renovated master bath and dressing room along with an additional office suite complete with fireplace, river view and separate entrance. 

This secluded property also has three-zone central air-conditioning, new plumbing, a new electrical system, new windows and a lawn sprinkler system.

The grounds feature a crescent-shaped stone patio and a lush lawn with a flower garden. 

A driveway with an electric gate and a detached two-car garage provide security and ample parking space.

The property is conveniently located within walking distance of the Metro-North trains to Manhattan.

According to Trebach Realty, Inc., the property is listed at $2.875 million.


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