1910 Victorian Home Reduced to $2.52M in Mount Kisco, New York

1910 Victorian Home Reduced to $2.52M in Mount Kisco, New York

$2,525,000 | Built 1910 | 7,725 Sq. Ft. | 7 Beds | 6.5 Baths | 1.46 Acres
110 Croton Avenue, Mount Kisco, New York, United States, 10549

Built in 1910 for Fred Himrod, heir to his father’s gold mine & asthma remedy fortune, this coveted late Victorian home in Captain Merritt’s Hill is instilled with history & enhanced with modern day comforts. The 111-year-old home has been reduced to $2.52 million after hitting the market in September for $2.7 million. The architecture embraces you with a timeless veranda, tower, porte-cochere, stained glass window. Extraordinary craftsmanship in floors, pocket doors, woodwork & moldings. A harmony of shared & separate, private spaces for living, gathering & working. Vestibule, stunning foyer, parlour, living room with fireplace & tower, study with fireplace, dining room, full bath, powder room, butler’s pantry and kitchen. Graceful staircase & landings lead to primary bedroom with fireplace, tower & ensuite bathroom, 4 additional bedrooms, sleeping porch, 3 additional full bathrooms & laundry room. The top floor, a 2 bedroom apartment with tower & private entry. Full unfinished basement with second laundry, pantry, workshop, storage, utilities, garage. Full house generator. Sidewalk neighbourhood, walk to train, shops, restaurants. Close to town park, pool. Featured in Old House Magazine. The property is on the market for $2.52 million with Donna Gravenese of Vincent & Whittemore Real Estate. Photography and information found on agent’s listing.

















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