Historic Bronxville mansion hits market again at nearly $5.4M

TRD New York /
Mar.March 14, 2019 12:47 PM

A Gothic Revival mansion that the Bronxville Historical Conservancy considers one of the village’s “oldest and finest homes” is now on the market for almost $5.4 million, LoHud reported. “The Crow’s Nest,” located at 50 Crows Nest Road, was designed as a stone cottage for Hudson River School painter Francis Edwards in the mid-1800s, but new owners renovated later that century it into a “Gilded Age mansion ready for entertaining,” according to the outlet. Property records show that the 1.3-acre estate first hit the market in early 2018 seeking $6.9 million. The approximately 11,000-square-foot home has nine bedrooms, 12-foot ceilings, “glorious original woodwork everywhere,” original Tiffany windows in the front entrance and an “actual Crow’s Nest” tower that houses an artist studio on its top floor, according to LoHud. Rita Steinkamp and Sheila Morrissey Stoltz of Houlihan Lawrence have the listing. [LoHud]

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