Renovated c.1888 Gate Lodge in Irvington, NY for $1.6M
$1,600,000 | Built c.1888 | 4,213 Sq. Ft. | 5 Beds | 4.5 Baths | 0.44 Acres
3 Ardsley Avenue E, Irvington, New York, United States, 10533
Designed by architect L.C. Holden and built in 1888 for Amzi Barber, a pioneer in the asphalt industry, this historical gem has only been occupied by three families in the last 132 years. Featured in the Irvington Historical Society’s archive, the Gate Lodge recently hit the market for $1,600,000. North of NYC by Houlihan Lawrence described the property as being “one of a kind” with “distinctive and having a dramatically pitched and volleyed terracotta tile roof.” There are multiple dormer windows, wood, copper and stucco detailing and numerous turrets and chimneys. North of NYC also noted, “A 2003 restoration, renovation and addition, led by Tobias Guggenheimer Architects, blends the home’s historic charm with modern, luxury amenities including a three-storey addition with basement, chef’s kitchen and a 14 foot tall master bedroom with vaulted ceiling and en-suite bathroom.” There is more than 4,200 square feet of interior space with ten-foot ceilings and seven-foot tall windows flooding the interiors with light. The main floor includes a family room with twelve-foot diameter round turret with built-in window seating, a living room with fireplace and small turreted corner and a formal dining room. A semi finished basement is great for exercise room, play and storage. Loft space over the two-car garage offers in-law suite or home office potential. There are 5 bedrooms and 4.1 bathrooms. Annual taxes are $47,389. This unique property is on the market for $1,600,000 with Houlihan Lawrence.