A home proving what’s outside & inside counts

Bert Trebach of Trebach Realty


Is there such a thing as a leafy cul-de-sac in New York City? Sure, there is. As long as you know where to look.

If that search brings you to Spuyten Duyvil, then you’re in the right place. Just make your way to 2711 Edgehill Ave., to see how beautiful it really is. And while you’re there, check out what could very well be your very next home.

This four-bedroom, 2.5-bathroom Dutch Colonial comes with its own landscaped garden and wraparound patio.

Topped with a gambrel roof and equipped with shuttered windows, it’s what’s on the inside that really will take your breath away.

You’ll find everything from a center hall, to a southern sun room, and even a living room with marble wood-burning fireplace.

The formal dining room leads you into the patio and garden through sliding glass doors. There’s also an eat-in kitchen with a pass-through, a full unfinished basement with laundry, a walk-up storage attic, a single-car garage, and off-street parking for three cars.

This triangular corner lot is conveniently located not just to some great shops and parks, but also the Metro-North train and express buses that will whisk you away anywhere you need to go in the city.

This is the home waiting for you. And it can be yours on your very own leafy cul-de-sac for $1.45 million.

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