244 Pinesbridge Road, Millwood, New Castle, NY 10546
Set back on over 3 bucolic acres in Chappaqua, character and timeless detail define this classic 1930's stone and clapboard 4 bedroom/3.5 bath colonial, designed by noted architect James Renwick Thomson (architect for Bell Middle School). The extensive cut stone work outside, including two covered flagstone porches, one wrapping to a flagstone patio and trim details, and interior curved walls embody the pride and craftsmanship of a bygone era. The flow is timeless and effortless. Downstairs, the generously sized rooms move seamlessly into one another and to the outside. The Living Room with extensive original mill work and wood burning fireplace boasts high ceilings and french doors to the patios and porches. A spacious kitchen opens to a dining room with bay window and mudroom leading outside. Upstairs is a primary bedroom with ensuite bathroom provides privacy, while two other bedrooms share another bathroom; a fourth bedroom with another bathroom, are off a second staircase leading to the kitchen and mudroom below. Additional living/work from home space is provided by a separate cottage (400+ sf NOT counted in sf) that was used as a working artist studio. Outside are over 3 acres, including over an acre in front creating a large buffer from the road, and extensive mature landscaping and woodlands, as well as probable pool site, this special home is not to be missed. This home also has a recently installed (2020) whole house Generac generator and new Weil McClain boiler (2020) providing peace of mind.