Fieldston house comes with a whole lot of space


Sitting on a private cul-de-sac at 519 Tulfan Terrace in Fieldston, this spacious, renovated four-bedroom, 2.5-bath, stucco house was built in 1920 and expanded in 1992. It enjoys a welcoming entry patio plus a rear dining patio and front and side gardens.

The home stands on a 47-by-96-foot lot.

Standout features include: an entry hall; living room with southern bay window; large family room with a fireplace, beamed ceiling and eastern picture windows; open-plan dining room and kitchen (with a peninsula breakfast bar, polished granite countertops and stainless-steel appliances); main-floor powder room; master bedroom suite with cathedral ceiling, walk-in closet and two skylights.

Additionally, there are a marble master bathroom with whirlpool tub and a skylight, two storage attics accessible by pull-down stairs, a finished basement with laundry, a split-system air-conditioning.

There is also a private driveway and an attached one-car garage.

It is centrally located for nearby shops and eateries on Johnson and Riverdale avenues, and close to transportation, including the No. 1 subway train and express buses to Manhattan.

The asking price is $1.65 million.

Trebach Realty, Sean Trebach