This home looks better suited for Europe or California, but it’s located just north of Manhattan in the Westchester suburb of Mamaroneck. The Spanish Mediterranean manse was built in 1926 and is situated on a half-acre of land right along the water. Stunning views from the waterfront lawn and private dock look out toward Larchmont Harbor, the Long Island Sound, and the distant Manhattan skyline. Inside, it’s like an escape to a European or Hollywood retreat–take your pick–with incredible details that include Spanish tile floors imported from Seville.
The 5,000-square-foot home, with its elaborate facade, is located in the gated enclave of Edgewater Point.
In true Mediterranean style, there are plenty of private terraces and balconies for al fresco dining or just relaxing and taking in the water views.
The interior lives up to the exterior, with the home’s original details still intact. Those include wood beamed ceilings, arches with stone columns, Spanish tile floors from Seville, paneled doors and a dramatic double staircase with hand-forged railings.
There’s a nice open-flow floor plan, with the library, living room, and dining room all surrounding a massive outdoor terrace.
The three bedrooms are located upstairs. The master, on the second floor, comes with a sitting area, two bathrooms, and access to the balcony.
The property is absolutely stunning, with a sprawling green lawn that fronts the water and leads to the dock where you can swim or boat.
You’ve got waterfront living at its finest here, and the home is just about a 35-minute drive away from Manhattan. Be sure to check out some more images, and floorplans, in the below gallery.