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15 Short Hill Road, Croton-on-Hudson (Cortlandt), NY  10520

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Property Details

Status
Active
Town
Croton-on-Hudson
Type
Single-family residential
Rooms
11
Bedrooms
4
Baths
3 full / 1 half
Style
Colonial, Farmhouse
Year Built
1780
Garage
Attached, Driveway
Heating
Oil, Baseboard, Hot Water
Cooling
None, Window Unit(s)
Basement
Unfinished
Approx Sq. Feet
3,180
Acreage
1.24
Est. Taxes
$17,703
Assessment
$10,150
Lot Desc
Level, Near Public Transit
View
Water
Elem. School
Carrie E Tompkins School
Middle School
Pierre Van Cortlandt School
High School
Croton-Harmon High School
School District
Croton Harmon
Days on Market
10 days
Appliances
Cooktop, Dishwasher, Oven
Pool
Inground Pool
MLS#
H6044576

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New Listing - 6/30/2020

$949,000 ($298 per SQ/FT)

Estimated PMT - $3,356 / Mo.*

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15 Short Hill Road, Croton-on-Hudson, NY, New York 10520. Your once upon a time begins here. Step inside and a rich historical tale unfolds. Nestled on a hilltop overlooking the Croton Reservoir, is a magnificent Antique Colonial that found sanctuary here 88-years ago. Built in the late 1780s in Enfield, MA, it was one of several homes destined to be flooded by the state to make way for a reservoir. Saved by a master craftsman and a history-minded NYC family, it was dismantled, transported, and meticulously reassembled with sections from two other colonials, to its proud, present-day site. No other home exudes such beauty, grace and old-world charm. Set amidst a 1.248-acre oasis with seasonal water views, rolling lawns, pool, patio, barn, lush gardens and mature trees. With 3,200 sq ft and multiple inviting spaces, it lives larger than its 4-bed, 3.1 baths. Lovingly maintained from slate roof to original woodwork and floors, to Great Room, sunroom, period sleeping porch, writing room and maid s quarters. Unique - take your place in history!