Tauping up a 1969 Westchester home as part of its updates this year seems to have decoratively straddled the great divide between the forces of gray and beige throughout the floor plan. Listed earlier this week at $620,000, the property has upped its game with new paint, roof, heating system, and a remodeled kitchen. Its Memorial West neighborhood lands west of Dairy Ashford and south of Memorial Dr.
Furls (iron balustrade and diamond pane door insert) and finishes (carpet, tile, wood) run the gamut in the foyer (above and pictured at the top of this story). Trimmed archways and wooden floors indicate the formal living and dining spaces stretched across the front of the 3,107-sq.-ft. home.
Several rooms include built-in storage. In the dining room, it takes the form of a hutch whose front is flush with the wall:
Near the kitchen, floating upper shelves backed by mirror reflect the family room’s far end:
Window-flanked and tethered to a wall-to-wall hearth, the brick fireplace anchors the back view. A side door leads to the patio:
The new kitchen kept its breakfast nook and its cabinetry’s diamond screen inserts:
Located on the ground level, the master suite lifts its ceiling a tad and has a triple-window peek at the pool:
Four secondary bedrooms share the second floor, including this one with access to the front balcony:
Access to the pool can be direct . . .
or more guarded:
The poolscape occupies most of the back lot . . .
And aggregate fills in most of what’s left:
There’s an open house scheduled for Saturday afternoon.
- 14706 Cindywood Dr. [HAR]