1887 Bennett-Deyrup House Reduced to $3.89M in Nyack, New York

1887 Bennett-Deyrup House Reduced to $3.89M in Nyack, New York

$3,899,000 | Built 1887 | 7,049 Sq. Ft. | 6 Beds | 5.5 Baths | 1.42 Acres
309 North Broadway, Nyack, New York, United States, 10960
Originally constructed in 1887, the Bennett-Deyrup House is one of the most breathtaking properties in New York State. Recently reducing to $3.89 million, the estate has undergone a $4 million renovation where every detail was masterfully preserved and restored. The one-of-a-kind architectural masterpiece was once owned by Alvin Johnson, co-founder of the New School of Social Research and creator of the University in Exile program which aided 200 scholars from persecution in Nazi Germany and later owned by renowned painter Dorothy Deyrup. After an extensive two-year renovation, integrating modern technology and expanding upon the residence’s already impressive footprint, the striking exterior facade consists of an asymmetrical design with multiple balconies overlooking the river, turrets, stained glass windows, intricate rooflines, vibrant colors, and a plethora of ornate detail. 
The expansive 1.42-acre park-like property features water access, an approved pool site, koi pond, pergola, basketball court, gated driveway, private beach, and a detached 2 car garage complete with a Tesla charging station. Interior amenities include eight fireplaces, four with stone mantels, and four with original raised Victorian tile work. The grand master suite features a bedroom that has been converted into a massive walk-in closet and bathroom with a steam shower and river views, home theater, recreation room, 7 zone heat, eat-in kitchen with top of line appliances, and embossed Lincrusta ceilings and walls. This beautiful historic home is on the market for $3.89 million with Adam Blankfort & Ryan Paige of Corcoran Baer & McIntosh. Photos and information from the agent’s listing.

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