Homes for Sale in New York and Connecticut – The New York Times

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This week’s properties are a four-bedroom in Pound Ridge, N.Y., and a three-bedroom in Norwalk, Conn.

Westchester | 81 Old Stone Hill Road, Pound Ridge, N.Y.
A four-bedroom, four-bath, 3,114-square-foot, 1860 home with original doors, wide plank floors and wood-beamed ceilings; a living room with a double-sided fireplace; a restored kitchen with a farm sink, a Wolf stove and a pass-through; a spacious family room with a stone fireplace and deck access; a first-floor bedroom with pond views; a primary bedroom with an alcove; a fourth bedroom converted to a dressing room with built-ins; a stone patio with an enclosed porch; and a yard with an in-ground pool, wishing well, gazebo, pond and a three-car garage; on 4.24 acres. Felice Wyloge, Julia B. Fee Sotheby’s International Realty, 914-419-2104; sothebysrealty.com
TAXES
$25,800 a year
PROS
This home’s antique charm has been preserved through renovations. The lower level includes laundry and an in-law suite with a private entrance.
CONS
The closest Metro-North station is a 20-minute drive away, in New Canaan, Conn. There are no en suite baths.
FAIRFIELD | 45 HARBOR VIEW AVENUE, NORWALK, CONN.
A three-bedroom, three-bath, 2,790-square-foot home built in 1930 and renovated in 2020, with a stone-floor foyer; hardwood floors; an en suite primary bedroom with a large walk-in closet, double sinks, a glass-stall shower and a private balcony; built-in bunk beds; an open living, dining and kitchen area with a cathedral ceiling, stainless steel appliances and granite kitchen countertops, water views, a butler’s pantry and a full bath; a spiral staircase leading to a large rooftop deck with harbor views; a carport and a fenced yard on 0.06 acres. Maria Tziolis, William Pitt Sotheby’s International Realty, 203-246-6033; sothebysrealty.com
Taxes
$11,992 a year
Homeowner’s association fee: $1,950 a year
Pros
The home is FEMA-compliant; sunlight is abundant; association fees include use of s tennis court, clubhouse, private beach, and playground; it’s only five minutes to a Metro-North station.
Cons
The house is in a flood zone; there is little storage aside from the hallway closets and pantry; the neighboring homes are very close.
Given the fast pace of the current market, some properties may no longer be available at the time of publication.
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