Keyword: Sean Trebach
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Nestled on nearly a quarter-acre of a quiet, private cul-de-sac, this five-bedroom, four-bathroom neo-Federal-style house was built in 1937 — the creation of master architect Julius Gregory, who was part of the team that helped design the United Nations complex. more
He’s known not only for the fantastic homes he designed in Fieldston, but also in popular Florida communities like Temple Terrace and Sarasota at the height of the Roaring ‘20s. more
It was the year John Glenn returned to space and Netscape was still something we browsed the internet with, and on Google for the first time. more
Ripe for renovation, this four-bedroom, two full- and two half-bathroom brick house was built in 1963 to help accentuate what’s already a leafy, tree-lined street. more
Splendidly set on nearly a half-acre inside Riverdale Estates, this spacious and bright contemporary gem — ideal for big families and entertaining — has a separate guest house, and serves itself as a unique private oasis. more
Nestled on a hillside in the heart of Fieldston, this three-bedroom, 2.5-bathroom stucco, stone and clapboard Tudor Revival-style house was built during a great time for construction like this: the mid-1930s. more
It’s a home first introduced to its Fieldston neighbors in 1952. But come visit 290 W. 246th St., and you’ll find this beautiful four-bedroom, 5.5-bathroom stucco house is ready for you and your family today in the 21st century. more
Is there such a thing as too many bedrooms? Of course not — especially when you’re looking to move into a beautiful century-old house at 4643 Waldo Ave. more
There aren’t too many homes where you can practice the old saying of having your cake and eating it too. more
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