IRVINGTON, N.Y. -- Imagine a picturesque sunset with river views and the idyllic al-fresco lifestyle of an Italian villa. At a newly listed home in Irvington-on-Hudson, residents can enjoy all this and more.
6 West Sunnyside Lane in Irvington has walls of windows facing west and a "captain's lookout" that offers views of the Hudson River and beyond. Surrounded by 1.6 acres of old growth trees, colorful perennials and a circular gravel driveway, this mini-estate provides scenic views and tranquil living.
The carefully designed exterior includes French doors that open onto broad stone terraces, a saltwater swimming pool and a serene Koi pond with natural stream offering a pensive sitting area. While the home evokes privacy and relaxation, entertaining is easy and carefree. "The grounds are beautiful and are reminiscent of a vacation home one would find in Europe," said Rory Tishelman, the property's listing agent with Houlihan Lawrence.
The home includes 5,296 sq. ft. of living space complete with spacious chef’s kitchen with breakfast room and butler’s pantry. An impressive stone fireplace centers the formal living room with vaulted ceilings. While the second floor includes 2 wings with open library and loft-like gathering spaces.
Nestled on the banks of the Hudson, 6 West Sunnyside Lane is just a short distance from shops and restaurants and only minutes from the Old Croton Aqueduct Trail, a treasured walking and jogging path traversing the Rivertowns.
"The setting for this home is exceptional and unexpected, hidden along the banks of the Hudson River just 25 miles from Manhattan," said Tishelman.
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