Live happily ever after in your classic Fieldston home

Mary Phelan-Kavanagh of Douglas Elliman Real Estate


It’s almost like it’s straight out of a storybook.

An enchanting Tudor-style home surrounded by lush gardens, sitting on a private Fieldston street. Yet it’s just minutes away from the train to New York City, keeping you far away from evil witches, wolves or any of the other fairy tale creatures that like to try and crash a happily ever after.

Built in 1930 and completely renovated and updated — yet maintaining its original charm — this three-bedroom, four-bathroom home at 319 College Road features a center hallway with spacious coat closet. To the left, there’s a living room with a wood-burning fireplace, which in turn leads to a sun room with access to the beautiful, mature rear garden.

A formal dining room leads to a bright and spacious kitchen with granite counter tops, updated appliances and pantry. A combined laundry and powder room completes this well-packed level.

The second floor includes a large master bedroom with three exposures and a brand-new en suite bathroom featuring Carrara marble and radiant heated floors.

There are two additional bedrooms and a renovated guest bathroom.

The finished attic is perfect for a home office or children’s playroom, as well as additional storage.

The finished basement has a workshop, a bathroom and enough space for a family room or home gym, along with a separate entrance.

A detached garage with an open loft area comes complete with a driveway that can hold two more cars.

A private mature garden is perfect for entertaining or relaxing on a summer day.

Upgrades include a central air-conditioning system, electrical generator, alarm system, new Landmarks-approved windows on the second floor, a re-finished oak staircase and floors, and a freshly painted interior free of asbestos.

All you need to do is turn the key.

Get that key in your hand for just $1.295 million.

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