Dutch Sandstone Colonial in Nyack

Colonial / Residential

Located in West Nyack, this 1760/1810 Dutch sandstone colonial has all of the charm of a colonial home with architectural elements and details from the 1920’s when it was transformed into a federal colonial. The 2,464 square foot home is ideal for filming, with hardwood floors throughout, 8′ & 9′ ceilings on the main floor, and dual access to the living, dining, foyer, and kitchen. The floor plan is more open than a standard colonial with full depth living room complete with a large ornate fireplace and built-in bookshelves. The kitchen has all of the charm of 1920’s kitchen with updated appliances and there are two attached porches and a pantry. The large dining room also has a fireplace as the focal point with large windows and beams.  The second floor has 3 bedrooms, two with working fireplaces, two full original 1920s bathrooms, and  7′ ceilings. There is a fully finished walk up attic that has the charm of a cottage, also with 7′ ceilings. The basement is the entire footprint of the house, has 8′ ceilings and one room that was finished in the 60’s with wide plank floors and paneling and a brick cooking stove, reminiscent of a pre civil war kitchen. The home is set back from a main road, the driveway is located on a small dead end drive. The lot is 1 acre with a lot of trees and privacy from the road. Easy access from the Palisades and I-87.