c.1926 Tudor Revival by Westchester Architect Charles Lewis Bowman Drops Below $2M
$1,950,000 | Built c.1926 | 6,501 Sq. Ft. | 4 Beds | 4.5 Baths | 0.83 Acres
401 Monterey Avenue, Pelham, New York, United States, 10803
A commanding stone Tudor Revival designed by renowned Westchester architect Charles Lewis Bowman has been reduced to $1.95 million in Pelham, New York. The 6,500 square foot residence has sat on the market since 2016 and has cut $1 million off the original asking price. It was built for Clifford Tobias Weihman, founder of the Smith-Weihman Company, vegetable-oil importers in New York City, and wife, Martha Emmons Weihman. The Weihman family occupied the residence until Clifford’s death in 1983, at which time the Tudor Revival was sold to the current owners for $650,000. The interiors have been updated for modern life while carefully preserving the rich architectural details and expert craftsmanship original to the home. An abundance of beautiful period details include thick stone walls, leaded windows, gold-leaf trim, 10-foot ceilings, a two-storey grand foyer and extensive hand-carved oak, walnut and cherry woodwork. There is are 6 bedrooms, 5 bathrooms, an updated kitchen, butler’s pantry, 5-zone HVAC system and a large swimming pool. It’s on the market for $1.95 million with Trend Realty.