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A home that makes your neighbors envious

Zoita Zonea of Douglas Elliman

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Spuyten Duyvil is known for many historic homes — but did you know this fantastic neighborhood is known for its newer homes as well?

Take this beautiful Mediterranean house at 3104 Netherland Ave. It includes five bedrooms, four bathrooms and a powder room. And it’s close to some of New York City’s most prestigious schools.

But this wasn’t a home built in the 1920s, or even the 19th century. It was finished in 2016, and comes with all the modern amenities you would expect built right in. From the skylight that greets you on the third floor, to the central air-conditioning and even the fully integrated speaker system in every room. And we didn’t even mention the state-of-the-art security system.

A long private driveway leads to a detached two-car garage and guest house, with a kitchen and bathroom.

Downstairs, visitors are welcomed through a large entry foyer, leading to a living room with amazing natural light from many windows, a formal dining room and eat-in kitchen, with a central island and custom cabinetry. All of that opens to an outside patio through beautiful French doors.

A large family rooms opens to the backyard patio that includes a large barbecue area.

An elegant staircase leads to the second floor, which features a spacious light-filled master bedroom suite, along with four additional bedrooms and two bathrooms.

Storage areas can be found on the third floor and laundry area.

This is a home close to everything — Horace Mann School, Riverdale Country School, and SAR Academy. It’s also a quick jaunt to the Riverdale Yacht Club, the Metro-North trains, and express buses to Manhattan.

That’s a lot to pack into a single home. But it won’t cost a lot. It’s ready for you right now for $2.6 million.

Note: Each week’s featured home is chosen at random from among houses and apartments offered by Riverdale Press advertisers. The opinions expressed are those of the advertiser and not The Riverdale Press news department. For further information, write to advertising@riverdalepress.com.

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