Homes never get old — they just get comfortable

Pamela Trebach of Trebach Realty


The more things change, the more they stay the same. And while change might be good, so is staying the same.

For example, when the first family moved into this fantastic four-bedroom, 3.5-bathroom home on the corner of West 227th Street and Netherland Avenue in 1964, Tokyo was hosting the Olympic Games. Now you could be the latest family to move in — at the same time Tokyo hosts the Olympic Games again.

Perched magnificently at 2707 Netherland Ave., this brick- and aluminum-sided house is perfect both indoors and outdoors, with a flagstone patio in the rear, a rock garden, and a grassy side yard.

Inside, you’ll find a center hall with large coat closet near the spacious living room with east and west exposures. There’s also a windowed and updated kitchen — outfitted with granite counter tops, breakfast bar, double wall ovens, a warming drawer, and Miele dishwasher.

The master bedroom suite comes with a walk-in closet and an updated master bathroom.

The finished basement has a recreation room, full bathroom, and laundry room. There are also pull-down steps to a storage attic, a private driveway, and an attached one-car garage.

It might not be 1964 anymore, but that doesn’t mean you can’t move to Netherland Avenue and live close to shops, parks, the Metro-North trains, and plenty of express buses to get you to Manhattan.

Make this home yours for $1.095 million.

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