Size does matter. And for those seeking space here is a listing of an 8,000-square-foot, 19-room house in southern Westchester that is just for you.
The property at 65 Field Terrace in Irvington not only offers grand size but old-world details and charm within a sought-after neighborhood and a 35-minute train commute to NYC, says Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage.
Cyrus Field, an American businessman who helped create the Atlantic Telegraph Company, built the house in 1865 and it became the cornerstone for the Ardsley Park neighborhood. Though updates , like a gourmet kitchen and modern baths, have been made, the house’s rich architectural details have been maintained and restored. These include eight fireplaces, Wainscoting, china closets and built-in bookcases.
The house sits on nearly 2.5 acres.
And how’s this for an main hallway?
And here are views of the kitchen and dining room:
For more photos and descriptions of the house go to Coldwell Banker’s site . Listing agent is Therese Militana Valvano.