One of the Oldest Homes in Westchester!!!! The farmhouse was built for Huguenot Settler Bartholomew LeRoux who acquired the property in 1714. In 1720 it was sold to the Bonnet family and passed down to generations. In 1940 the Watson family purchased the property and added to the original Farmhouse. There is also a Log Cabin on the over 2 acres of lush property to create your own estate or enjoy old world charm. The house with its original wide plank flooring and 3 working fireplaces has 4 bedrooms, 3 full baths and 2 half baths. The Log Cabin is from the 1800's and has a huge fireplace, loft, full bath, and a porch. This property is divided into 4 separate parcels; Block #2963, lot 3,4,5 and 6 (the house; lot 3 is on .5 acre, the cabin; lot 4 is on .49 acre, lot 5 is .46 acre and lot 6 is .59 acre.) Each parcel has its own sewer. This property is also perfect for a builder. Close to houses of worship, shopping, schools, highways and mass transit and a 31 minute train ride to Grand Central Station.
Listing courtesy of Scott Cohen from BHG Rand Realty
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