Featured in "The Ferryman" as one of Dobbs Ferry's original houses, this home is rich both in its history and its unique character. It is storied to have originally been built in the 1700's as a Dutch salt box no larger than half its current size across the street from its current location. In 1905 it was rolled on logs to its present address. This iconic house has gradually undergone many improvements, updates and changes to become the charming 3-bedroom, 2-bathroom stunner that it is today! Ideally situated on a block directly adjacent to the Old Croton Aqueduct, this antique Colonial home is within walking distance to schools, the Metro North train station, amazing village shops and delicious restaurants. This home has countless unique features such as the stunning, rare hardwood floors, fabulous detailed molding throughout, an elegant formal dining room and gorgeous perennials both in the front and back of the home! This home is not to be missed!
Listing courtesy of Sherry Wiggs from Houlihan Lawrence Inc.Selling Office: Compass Greater NY, LLC.
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