1901 Tudor Revival Mansion Reduced to $5.49M in Mamaroneck, New York

1901 Tudor Revival Mansion Reduced to $5.49M in Mamaroneck, New York

$5,495,000 | Built 1901 | 8,599 Sq. Ft. | 6 Beds | 5.5+ Baths | 0.61 Acres
1 Beach Avenue, Mamaroneck, New York, United States, 10538

An architecturally significant Tudor Revival mansion in Mamaroneck, New York has been reduced to $5.49 million. Set on a 0.61 acre property and overlooking Manor Park and the beach, this unique historic property features a fabulous open courtyard with outdoor fireplace, fountain and lounging & dining spaces against a backdrop of scenic Long Island Sound. Thoughtful renovations beautifully blend modern updates with original details, creating a unique home ideal for everyday living and formal entertaining. There have only been 3 owners since its construction in 1901 as the original carriage house for the Crocker Estate. The property evolved into a noteworthy estate with distinctive additions made by each renowned owner including Broadway critic Walter Kerr and wife Jean, “Please Don’t Eat The Daisies” author. From the first floor bedroom suite foraged from the 1920s steamboat “Mary Powell,” to a coffered wooden ceiling recovered from a Vanderbilt mansion, this bespoke residence marries history with a premiere waterfront location and endless views. The property is on the market for $5.49 million with Stacey Pinkas of Douglas Elliman. Photography and information found on agent’s listing.

 



















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