A home with a little of the old and new

Mary Phelan-Kavanagh & Ari Susswein of Douglas Elliman Real Estate


Come see this magnificent Tudor home with a slate-shingled roof designed by Mann & MacNeille back in 1911.

Found at 355 W. 246th St., in Fieldston, this home is centrally located, sitting high above its neighbors, allowing for an abundant amount of natural light to pour in.

The home maintains its beautiful original charm with oak hardwood floors, wood-carved doors, leaded windows, and wood-burning fireplaces.

There is a large living room with southern exposures, a large entertaining dining room, sun room, and a large kitchen with an extra room just off from it.

Upstairs, you’ll find five bedrooms and three full bathrooms. The master bedroom has a fireplace and wood-carved details throughout, with a large soaking tub in the master bathroom.

There is truly nothing like this home — a balance of original charm with modern amenities.

Make it your home for $2.595 million.

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