An elegant 1930's Medieval Revival home designed by noted architect Frank J Forster and later updated by Dwight James Baum. This one of a kind home, offered for the first time in almost 50 years, is located in Fieldston, a private, New York City land marked enclave of beautiful...
An elegant 1930's Medieval Revival home designed by noted architect Frank J Forster and later updated by Dwight James Baum. This one of a kind home, offered for the first time in almost 50 years, is located in Fieldston, a private, New York City land marked enclave of beautiful homes built in the 1930's. This house was built in 1927-1930. The house is situated on a dead end portion of Waldo Ave providing privacy for the beautifully landscaped front yard with mature plantings and trees. Inside the home you will find 9 perfectly proportioned rooms plus an expansive Cellar, sub Cellar and attic. The first floor presents an incredible living room with 11 foot ceilings with a wood burning fire place. Adjacent to the living room is a light filled galley Kitchen and Powder Room and an incredible 30' by 13' Rear Terrace overlooking the rear yard. The 5 bedrooms, Den/Office and 2 full bathrooms are located on the second floor. The massive full basement is comprised of a windowed playroom, full bathroom, laundry room, 2 storage rooms, boiler room, leading to a usable sub cellar with access to the rear Patio. There is an attached 20' x 9' Garage. The large private back yard is the perfect spot to enjoy a summer evening barbeque or entertaining. Located near New York's top private schools: The Horace Mann School, The Fieldston School, Riverdale Country School, Manhattan College, Mount St Vincent College and the SAR Academy. Enjoy this beautiful green location and be just a short drive or train ride to midtown Manhattan. Bring your architect. FPOA $3,900/yr.
Van Cortlandt Park, 242nd St, 0.32 mi.
Fieldston, New York
Re Tax: $1,008
Last Updated: 9/13/2021
Web ID: 20946740
Type: Single Family
Woodburning fireplaces: 1