A rebuilt Colonial with all good life trappings


This five-bedroom, four-and-a-half-bath, Colonial-style house at 4667 Grosvenor Ave. has just undergone at top-to-bottom renovation. Built in 1951 with a 1958 addition, it is located on a leafy, tree-lined street and enjoys an inviting rear patio and a grassy backyard.

Standout features include: a columned entry portico, center hall, living room with eastern and western picture windows and a wood-burning fireplace. There are also a center-island kitchen with Calacatta Laza quartz countertops, two sinks, and stainless-steel appliances; an open-plan dining room; main-floor family room with sliding glass doors out to the rear patio and yard; a powder room; master bedroom suite with a large walk-in closet; master bathroom with round, free-standing soaking tub and glass-enclosed shower and a spacious second-floor roof terrace.

If that’s not enough, the house has new three-zone HVAC, a new slate roof, new windows, new hardwood floors, all new plumbing and all new electrical wiring.

There is an attached one-car garage, a private three-car driveway and an in-ground lawn sprinkler system.

It is conveniently located for well-known private schools (Horace Mann, Fieldston and Riverdale Country School), the vast greenery of Van Cortlandt Park and transportation to Manhattan.

All for a cool $2.98 million.

4667 Grosvenor Avenue, colonial, Van Cortlandt Park, Sean Trebach