What do you get when you hand over a 1951 bungalow to the insanely talented architect Matt Garcia? You get this mid mod masterpiece. Despite increasing the footprint and gutting the interior this house it looks effortlessly updated and that the biggest compliment I can give.
Details: 2,839 sqft, 4 Bed, 4 BathRead More
I've always loved Castle Hill Condo's for their great location, ample outdoor areas and reasonable prices. This would make the perfect pied-à-terre for someone who doesn't spend a lot of time in the city.
Details: 380 sqft, 1 Bed, 1 BathRead More
Just down the road from Mondays post is another great Tarrytown project. It's hard to believe but this one actually started out as a 1950's home. It's effectively brand new now because basically everything was updated or replaced. Great design by Clark Richardson on this one.
Details: 3,321 sqft, 5 Bed, 5 BathRead More
The thing I love the most about this 2015 Tarrytown build is how timeless it looks. It's almost hard to tell if it's new construction or a remodel of an older home, and I mean that in a good way. The interiors are simple letting your furnishings set the tone for the house.
Details: 2,552 sqft, 4 Bed, 3 BathRead More
Talk about Tarrytown bliss. This 70's post and beam home has all the basics covered; vaulted ceilings, stone fireplaces, floor to ceiling windows with pool views from every room. The current owners aren't afraid of color or pattern but if that's not your thing its a simple fix. Oh, and bonus points for the sunken living area. 10/10
Details: 4,778 sqft, 4 Bed, 5 BathRead More