Brand, spanking new construction not your thing? There are lots of options when it comes to historic homes. Michele Miller (sorry, I had her name totally wrong in the prior post), who does work for Houlihan Lawrence, came up with a list. Our favorite is Ossining’s Squire House, the first concrete house built in Westchester. This Greek Revival style home, built in the 1870s, has Hudson River views.
Squire House is on the National Register of Historic places. Inside, it’s amazing. There are original trims and moldings, solid rounded mahogany doors and seven original fireplaces, all in different styles, but with gold trim. The home is currently for sale at $1,250,000. Much of the interiors look untouched. Take a look at the dining room:
Here’s a link for more information about Squire House