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Fetching 1920s Larchmont cottage seeks $1.4M

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The 1920s home is on the market for the first time since the ’60s

Living room with fireplace
The home has wood floors and a tile fireplace.
Photos by Joe David/Charmaine David Photography, courtesy Sotheby’s

Sitting on a narrow, but generously sized lot in Larchmont, this little cottage is on the market for the first time in more than a half-century.

Built in 1923, the shingled home last sold in 1966 for just $36,000. Inside are elegant original details, including hardwood floors, French doors, arched entryways, and a majestic tile fireplace in the living room.

Measuring in at 1,866 square feet, the house holds four bedrooms and two bathrooms, along with a formal dining room and a roomy kitchen with a breakfast nook. The living room has a vaulted ceiling and tall casement windows, while the dining room leads out to the side of the home.

Fronted by a grassy yard, the home is situated on a 7,010-square-foot lot. Out back is a lush yard lined by a stone walkway. A detached, two-car garage sits at the end of a long driveway alongside the house.

Asking price is $1.39 million.

Front of house
Dining room