A historic house that after served as a buying and selling put up — and was allegedly visited by George Washington — has hit the market for $1.25 million.
The house, situated at 1 Shingle Home Street within the Westchester County hamlet of Millwood, NY, about 30 miles north of Manhattan, dates again about 1750, earlier than the American Revolution.
It options 4 bedrooms due to a contemporary addition.
Particulars embrace a proper eating room, two woodburning fireplaces and a big chef’s kitchen connects to a household room with a fuel fire.
There’s additionally a house workplace/fitness center, French doorways that open to a stone patio with a stone wall enclosure and a indifferent two-car storage with a 220-volt charger for an electrical automotive.
The property, on three-quarters of an acre, contains room for a pool. The present homeowners purchased the home in 1990 for $370,000. They’ve since restored it and doubled its dimension, all whereas elevating their youngsters right here.
The home is throughout the well-regarded Chappequa faculty district. Now empty nesters, the couple plans on shifting full-time to their second house within the Berkshires.
The itemizing brokers are Maya Sheehan and Natalia Wixom, of Compass.