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Renovated midcentury home with pond asks $1.2M outside NYC

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It was built in 1953

Exterior view of broad wooden house with extensive decking and pitched section set in the woods by a pond.
The home is set on nearly one and a half acres.
Photos courtesy of Houlihan Lawrence

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Location: Ardsley, New York

Price: $1,175,000

Built in 1953, this rambling midcentury home nestles by a pond and sits on nearly one and a half lush acres in Ardsley, New York. It has since been thoughtfully renovated by architecture practice Khanna Schultz, which updated the three-bedroom-two-bath for contemporary living while keeping its overall midcentury modern aesthetic.

The dwelling features a post-and-beam construction characterized by broad horizontal lines, extensive decking, and a flat roof with generous overhangs and pitched section, while sliding glass doors provide views onto the surrounding site.

The interiors are distinguished by dark hardwood floors, custom walnut cabinetry and paneling, and handsome exposed-beam ceilings that enhance the main open-plan living room. Here, a slate hearth anchors the space, which comprises a large sitting and dining area, all with outdoor views, naturally.

A sleek kitchen outfitted with Caesarstone counters and the latest appliances, new bathrooms, spacious bedrooms, and a lower-level family room with direct access to the grounds complete the energy-efficient residence, while mature trees, 40 new specimens, a native plant garden, and the aforementioned 75-foot deck round out the property.

Located at 1 Dellwood Lane, it’s offered at $1.175 million.