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Location: Scarsdale, New York
For a bit of Eichler flair in the Northeast, there's this bright one-story home in a woodsy northern suburb of New York City, recently remodeled with modern touches. Originally built in 1963, the now 4,045-square-foot home has been expanded around a U-shaped foot print, placing the living, dining, family rooms in one wing, four bedrooms plus an office in the other, and the kitchen in the middle.
Throughout the home are gently vaulted ceilings, skylights, and glass walls and doors that overlook the grassy backyard or spacious bluestone central courtyard. Contemporary updates can be seen in the stainless steel appliances in the kitchen, plus two sleek bathrooms with frameless showers. The property also comes with an oversized garage and gorgeous specimen landscaping around the front entrance.
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