PUTNAM VALLEY, N.Y. -- A four-bedroom Colonial in Putnam Valley listed with William Raveis agent Anne Savino is move-in ready and has spectacular finishes and features. The next property owner will also have the opportunity to put his or her personal landscaping touch on the 16-acre property.
The property at at 9 Wiccopee Road is listed for $699,000, and includes 3.5 baths, 3,304 square feet of living space and a full unfinished basement. Just minutes from the Taconic Parkway, the home is perfectly situated for a down-county commute.
- What : Open House
- When : Sunday, June 5, 1-4 p.m.
- Where : 9 Wiccopee Road, Putnam Valley
- Who : Hosted by Anne Savino, William Raveis
The home is perfect, but there’s an opportunity to create a breathtaking landscaped masterpiece on the hillside property.
“The family that buys it could do anything they wanted with the land,’’ Savino said. “There are 16 gorgeous acres. If they wanted to create an ATV trail, they could do that. There’s a trail that leads up a hill, and the views are breathtaking. You don’t even know there’s a house at the bottom of the trail.”
The first floor includes a huge kitchen with stainless steel appliances, granite countertops and quality cabinetry. The master suite is also on the first floor, and includes double walk-in closets, double half baths, jetted tub and luxurious tiled shower.
The living room features a cathedral ceiling with floor to ceiling brick fireplace. The first floor also has a den, huge great room, dining room, breakfast area and mud room. Three bedrooms and two baths fill the second floor.
The unfinished basement offers more than 2,100 square feet that could have multiple uses, including a theater, wine room, recreation room or fitness area. The only limits on the house and its possibilities are one’s imagination.
“What really makes this house unique is having that land for recreational use and having such an elegant, sophisticated house,’’ Savino said. “It’s a rural setting that makes it quiet and private, but it’s close to the highway. You put it all together and it’s a great package.”
Savino said the owner cut no corners in constructing the house, even laying three drainage lines under the home to prevent water from entering the basement. “Everything is done absolutely to the top of the line,’’ Savino said. “The basement is dead dry. They could do anything they wanted down there. Anybody who would love to put their landscaping finishing touches on a property will find this remarkably attractive.
Click here for the property website. Contact Savino at 914-522-8585 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org to arrange a showing.