About 153 W Main Street # Th21
Westchester's most fortunate residence. Tax-abated. Riverfront. Parkfront. Maintenance free. Implausible as it may seem, the views, convenience, and waterfront lifestyle of Hudson Harbor come at a discount. Condominiums in Westchester County are assessed differently than single-family homes, which equates to a very substantial tax savings. In a single panorama, the home offers direct views of the Hudson River, the new bridge, Pierson Park, the Tarrytown Marina, the Palisades, the George Washington Bridge, and the Manhattan skyline. All views are unblemished by road or rail. All are unobstructed. All are protected. All are forever. By day, the Governor Mario M. Cuomo Bridge awes as $4-billion structural art. By night, it wows as a 3.6-mile light show. Metro North's renovated station and 40-minute express commute to Grand Central await not 300 meters away. A fitness center and a pair of swimming pools are on site. As are a pair of restaurants - Rivermarket and Hudson Farmer and the Fish - which are no strangers to adoring features in Westchester Magazine. Eclectic Tarrytown satisfies all palates and budgets, ranging from local favorites along Broadway and Main Street to the two Michelin-starred genius of Blue Hill at Stone Barns. With multiple floors and an elevator to move effortlessly between them, 153 W Main Street offers an abundance of gathering and private spaces. There is 3,623 SF of meticulously maintained home, 254 SF of which is a "flex" room on the terrace level that is finished, except for the floor, that beckons a home gym, a fifth bedroom, or ample storage. Ten-foot ceilings on the parlour floor, and nine-foot ceilings on all others, enhance the overall sense of grandeur. As history suggests, 153 W Main Street is a rarely available opportunity. We invite you to schedule a sunset tour today. Images by Daniel Wang Photography. Specific photos are digitally staged by the Spotless Agency as designed by Stephen Roth.