Nestled on a hillside in the heart of Fieldston, this three-bedroom, 2.5-bathroom stucco, stone and clapboard Tudor Revival-style house was built during a great time for construction like this: the mid-1930s.
Quietly hidden at 350 W. 246th St., enjoy a large and secluded two-level patio, a rock garden, and a grassy lawn. The grounds are nearly a quarter-acre in total, and extend back from West 246th to the Greystone Avenue cul-de sac, where it has access to a private driveway.
Standout features include a welcoming recessed front porch, entry hall, handsome sunken living room with ceiling beams, stone wood-burning fireplace, French doors leading to a patio, formal dining room, and a home office with built-in bookcases.
The kitchen features a double sink, two wall ovens, Chambers cooktop, and custom oak cabinetry.
The master bedroom suite is complete with a limestone master bathroom with soaking tub and separate shower.
There’s also a walk-out basement with a recreation room, wood-burning fireplace, laundry room and French doors, leaning to a stone-columned back porch.
It’s the perfect Fieldston home for you, and is ready for you to move in at $1.7 million.