BRONXVILLE, N.Y. -- Luxury seekers and fans early 20th-century architecture fans take note: a newly listed Bronxville estate combines the best of both words in one unbeatable home.
20 Sussex Avenue was built in 1929, and features elements from a transformative time in architecture history. The classic Tudor-style home is marked with hallmark beamed ceilings, leaded windows with stained-glass medallions and French doors. "The quality of the architecture is unmatched in this home," said Leah Caro of Perk Sterling Realty. "It was built with detail that isn't found in homes today."
The home's over 4,000 sq. ft. of living space includes five bedrooms, four bathrooms and six fireplaces. Like many Northeast homes built in the early 20th century, 20 Sussex Avenue features fireplaces throughout the home, and contains intricate details around every corner. "The first thing you notice when you walk in the home is the array of colors in each room," said Caro. "Each room is laid out very nicely and offers something different for future residents to enjoy."
20 Sussex has been completely renovated over the years, combining Old World charm with more modern upgrades. The home's kitchen and butler's pantry have been recently renovated, and feature chrome and granite amenities, as well as an island and dining area.
The home's grounds also include a detached outbuilding which features a newly finished, multi-purpose space, a full bath, kitchenette and a heating and cooling system. This addition is perfect for guest accommodations, a studio or private office. "You can do so much with the space offered around the house," said Caro. "How you choose to take advantage, is up to you."
Just down the road from downtown Bronxville and close to Metro North, 20 Sussex Avenue is incredibly accessible. "You have these wonderful city elements of being able to walk everywhere but also the elegance of a beautiful estate grounds," said Caro.
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