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Historic Properties Listing

Property1 Leaf Place
MunicipalityGreenburgh
CommunityElmsford
Street Number1
Street AddressLeaf Place

Historic District Name
Local Landmark Status?   
Local Landmark District Status?   
National Register District Status?   
County Register Status?   
National Register Status?   
National Historic Landmark Status?   
National Historic Landmark District Status?   
State Register Status?   
Eligible for National Register?

Owner
Institutional Owner
Tax Map Available?
Tax Map Image Available?
Tax Section       Tax Block       Tax Lot

Architect
Builder
Building TypeSingle Family Dwelling
Building Type, Details
Architectural StyleRanch
Architectural Style, Details
Current UseSingle Family Dwelling
Current Use, Details
Original UseSingle Family Dwelling
Original Use, Details
Structural Condition
NeighborhoodResidential
Threats to Building
Site IntegrityOriginal Site
Date Moved
Year Built1945
Structural SystemWood Frame, Interlocking Joints
Structural System, Details
Photograph Available?
AlterationsResided with vinyl. Doors have been replaced.
Date of Alterations

Significance
DescriptionOne-story Ranch style single family dwelling built in 1945; four bays wide and one bay deep. Wood frame structure with wood clapboard and brick exterior, asphalt gable roof, and concrete block foundation. Large brick chimney; projecting front gabled bay, left (may have been an addition); shed roof on front porch; three-part picture window with six-over-six windows flanking larger one-light center window; decor. shutters; one-story rear ell. Corner lot; curving concrete steps from street up to front entrance.


Property1 Spring Street
MunicipalityGreenburgh
CommunityTarrytown
Street Number1
Street AddressSpring Street

Historic District Name
Local Landmark Status?   
Local Landmark District Status?   
National Register District Status?   
County Register Status?   
National Register Status?   
National Historic Landmark Status?   
National Historic Landmark District Status?   
State Register Status?   
Eligible for National Register?

Owner
Institutional Owner
Tax Map Available?
Tax Map Image Available?
Tax Section       Tax Block       Tax Lot

Architect
Builder
Building TypeSingle Family Dwelling
Building Type, Details
Architectural StyleOther (describe)
Architectural Style, DetailsUndecided
Current UseSingle Family Dwelling
Current Use, Details
Original UseSingle Family Dwelling
Original Use, Details
Structural Condition
NeighborhoodResidential
Threats to Building
Site IntegrityOriginal Site
Date Moved
Year Built1890
Structural SystemWood Frame, Interlocking Joints
Structural System, Details
Photograph Available?
AlterationsAltered; parged and painted; large front dormer, front porch rebuilt with square posts, iron railings; resided novelty type vinyl. Windows and doors have been replaced.
Date of Alterations

Significance
DescriptionTwo-story single family dwelling built in 1890; two bays wide and two bays deep. Wood frame structure with wood clapboard exterior, asphalt gable roof, and stone foundation. Townhouse form; gabled two-story rear ell


Property1 Stephens Lane
MunicipalityGreenburgh
CommunityNA
Street Number1
Street AddressStephens Lane

Historic District Name
Local Landmark Status?   
Local Landmark District Status?   
National Register District Status?   
County Register Status?   
National Register Status?   
National Historic Landmark Status?   
National Historic Landmark District Status?   
State Register Status?   
Eligible for National Register?

Owner
Institutional Owner
Tax Map Available?
Tax Map Image Available?
Tax Section       Tax Block       Tax Lot

Architect
Builder
Building TypeSingle Family Dwelling
Building Type, Details
Architectural StyleOther (describe)
Architectural Style, DetailsUndecided
Current UseSingle Family Dwelling
Current Use, Details
Original UseSingle Family Dwelling
Original Use, Details
Structural Condition
NeighborhoodResidential
Threats to Building
Site IntegrityOriginal Site
Date Moved
Year Built1930
Structural SystemWood Frame, Interlocking Joints
Structural System, Details
Photograph Available?
AlterationsWood entrance deck and stairs c. 1960.
Date of Alterations

Significance
DescriptionOne-story single family dwelling built in 1930; six bays wide and three bays deep. Wood frame structure with wood clapboard exterior, asphalt gable roof, and concrete block foundation. Small brick center chimney; six-over-six and three-over-six windows. Appears to be a seasonal cabin-type building.


Property1 Whittier Street
MunicipalityGreenburgh
CommunityHartsdale
Street Number1
Street AddressWhittier Street

Historic District Name
Local Landmark Status?   
Local Landmark District Status?   
National Register District Status?   
County Register Status?   
National Register Status?   
National Historic Landmark Status?   
National Historic Landmark District Status?   
State Register Status?   
Eligible for National Register?

Owner
Institutional Owner
Tax Map Available?
Tax Map Image Available?
Tax Section       Tax Block       Tax Lot

Architect
Builder
Building TypeSingle Family Dwelling
Building Type, Details
Architectural StyleColonial Dutch
Architectural Style, Details
Current UseSingle Family Dwelling
Current Use, Details
Original UseSingle Family Dwelling
Original Use, Details
Structural Condition
NeighborhoodResidential
Threats to Building
Site IntegrityOriginal Site
Date Moved
Year Built1920
Structural SystemWood Frame, Interlocking Joints
Structural System, Details
Photograph Available?
AlterationsWindows have been replaced.
Date of Alterations

Significance
DescriptionOne-story Dutch Colonial Revival style single family dwelling built in 1920; three bays wide and two bays deep. Wood frame structure with brick exterior, asphalt front gambrel roof, and concrete block foundation. Side shed dormers; projecting front entrance vestibule with gambrel roof; soldier course brick work; stucco finish on basement; paired sash windows on first and upper floors, front and side facades.


Property10 Abbeyville Lane
MunicipalityGreenburgh
Community
Street Number10
Street AddressAbbeyville Lane

Historic District Name
Local Landmark Status?   
Local Landmark District Status?   
National Register District Status?   
County Register Status?   
National Register Status?   
National Historic Landmark Status?   
National Historic Landmark District Status?   
State Register Status?   
Eligible for National Register?

Owner
Institutional Owner
Tax Map Available?
Tax Map Image Available?
Tax Section       Tax Block       Tax Lot

ArchitectRhees Burket
Builder
Building TypeSingle Family Dwelling
Building Type, Details
Architectural StyleTudor Revival
Architectural Style, Details
Current UseSingle Family Dwelling
Current Use, Details
Original UseSingle Family Dwelling
Original Use, Details
Structural ConditionGood
NeighborhoodResidential
Threats to Building
Site IntegrityOriginal Site
Date Moved
Year Built1930
Structural SystemWood Frame
Structural System, Details
Photograph Available?
Alterations
Date of Alterations

SignificanceModel Home for Orchard Hill subdivision (article in June 8, 1930 NY Times).
DescriptionTwo story house; three bays wide and three bays deep. Wood frame structure with a stucco exterior, slate gable roof, and concrete foundation. Large stuccoed center chimney; steeply pitched front gable on projecting entrance bay with diamond paned chestnut window on second floor; brick. Door surround with segmental arched header; front porch to right of entrance, entrance recessed under extended roof; sunroom with multipaned windows to right of front porch; shutters; casement windows with hooded headers. Also on the property is a garage. Flagstone in center of driveway.


Property10 and 10A Stephens Lane
MunicipalityGreenburgh
CommunityNA
Street Number10 and 10A
Street AddressStephens Lane

Historic District Name
Local Landmark Status?   
Local Landmark District Status?   
National Register District Status?   
County Register Status?   
National Register Status?   
National Historic Landmark Status?   
National Historic Landmark District Status?   
State Register Status?   
Eligible for National Register?

Owner
Institutional Owner
Tax Map Available?
Tax Map Image Available?
Tax Section       Tax Block       Tax Lot

Architect
Builder
Building TypeSingle Family Dwelling
Building Type, Details
Architectural StyleGreek Revival
Architectural Style, Details
Current UseMulti Family Dwelling
Current Use, Details
Original UseSingle Family Dwelling
Original Use, Details
Structural Condition
NeighborhoodResidential
Threats to Building
Site IntegrityOriginal Site
Date Moved
Year Built1840
Structural SystemWood Frame, Interlocking Joints
Structural System, Details
Photograph Available?
AlterationsFront gabled dormers; rear porch with shed roof and storage area beneath; resided with asbestos. Windows have been replaced.
Date of Alterations

Significance
DescriptionTwo-story Greek Revival style single family dwelling, today used as a multi-family dwelling, built in 1840; five bays wide and two bays deep. Wood frame structure with wood clapboard exterior, asphalt gable roof, and stone foundation. Two brick endwall chimneys; door surround with side lights. Concrete block one-stall; front gable roof garage built in 1950 also on site. Stone wall along front property line.


Property10 Bayberry Road
MunicipalityGreenburgh
CommunityElmsford
Street Number10
Street AddressBayberry Road

Historic District Name
Local Landmark Status?   
Local Landmark District Status?   
National Register District Status?   
County Register Status?   
National Register Status?   
National Historic Landmark Status?   
National Historic Landmark District Status?   
State Register Status?   
Eligible for National Register?

Owner
Institutional Owner
Tax Map Available?
Tax Map Image Available?
Tax Section       Tax Block       Tax Lot

Architect
Builder
Building TypeSingle Family Dwelling
Building Type, Details
Architectural StyleTudor Revival
Architectural Style, Details
Current UseSingle Family Dwelling
Current Use, Details
Original UseSingle Family Dwelling
Original Use, Details
Structural Condition
NeighborhoodResidential
Threats to Building
Site IntegrityOriginal Site
Date Moved
Year Built1935
Structural SystemWood Frame
Structural System, Details
Photograph Available?
Alterations
Date of Alterations

Significance
DescriptionOne-and-a-half story Tudor Revival style single-family dwelling built in 1935; five bays wide and three bays deep. House is within Knollwood Manor neighborhood. Wood frame structure with stone, stucco, and half-timber and slate hipped roof. Two projecting front bays with steeply pitched roofs; rough cut granite on first floor facade with sandstone door surround; half-timbering; front gabled broken eave dormers with multi-paned casement windows and waney clapboards above. Semi-circular driveway; fountain inside.


Property10 Country Club Drive
MunicipalityGreenburgh
CommunityNA
Street Number10
Street AddressCountry Club Drive

Historic District Name
Local Landmark Status?   
Local Landmark District Status?   
National Register District Status?   
County Register Status?   
National Register Status?   
National Historic Landmark Status?   
National Historic Landmark District Status?   
State Register Status?   
Eligible for National Register?

Owner
Institutional Owner
Tax Map Available?
Tax Map Image Available?
Tax Section       Tax Block       Tax Lot

Architect
Builder
Building TypeSingle Family Dwelling
Building Type, Details
Architectural StyleOther (describe)
Architectural Style, DetailsModern spilt level
Current UseSingle Family Dwelling
Current Use, Details
Original UseSingle Family Dwelling
Original Use, Details
Structural Condition
NeighborhoodResidential
Threats to Building
Site IntegrityOriginal Site
Date Moved
Year Built1959
Structural SystemWood Frame, Interlocking Joints
Structural System, Details
Photograph Available?
AlterationsResided with vertical wood [T-111?]; carport extended for second stall 1967; carport converted to enclosed garage 1968.
Date of Alterations1967-8

SignificanceModel for almost all the 1959 houses on Country Club Dr (#s 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 8, 9, 11, 12, 14, 17, 19, 21).
DescriptionOne-and-one-half-story Modern spilt-level single family dwelling built in 1959. Wood frame structure with a wood shingle and wood clapboard exterior and front gable asphalt roof. Wide overhanging eaves with exposed rafters; roof extends over two-stall front attached garage, angled brace at corner, overhanging eave provides front porch at canopy for garage; door surround with rhomboid shaped transom with two more rhomboid windows in gable ends.


Property10 Fort Hill Lane
MunicipalityGreenburgh
CommunityScarsdale
Street Number10
Street AddressFort Hill Lane

Historic District Name
Local Landmark Status?   
Local Landmark District Status?   
National Register District Status?   
County Register Status?   
National Register Status?   
National Historic Landmark Status?   
National Historic Landmark District Status?   
State Register Status?   
Eligible for National Register?

Owner
Institutional Owner
Tax Map Available?
Tax Map Image Available?
Tax Section       Tax Block       Tax Lot

Architect
Builder
Building TypeSingle Family Dwelling
Building Type, Details
Architectural StyleSpanish Colonial
Architectural Style, Details
Current UseSingle Family Dwelling
Current Use, Details
Original UseSingle Family Dwelling
Original Use, Details
Structural Condition
NeighborhoodResidential
Threats to Building
Site IntegrityOriginal Site
Date Moved
Year Built1930
Structural SystemWood Frame, Interlocking Joints
Structural System, Details
Photograph Available?
AlterationsLarge flat roof front ell at second level. Some windows have been replaced.
Date of Alterations

Significance
DescriptionThree-story Spanish Colonial Revival style single family dwelling built in 1930. Wood frame structure with stone and stucco exterior, hipped tile roof, and concrete foundation. Large front wall stucco chimney with tile chimney cap; hipped roof tower; multi-level terraces with stone ballustrades with stone walled stairway; tuck-under garage. Two-stall front gable and stucco garage built in 1950. Stone retaining walls along entrance drive.


Property10 Lewis Avenue
MunicipalityGreenburgh
CommunityHartsdale
Street Number10
Street AddressLewis Avenue

Historic District Name
Local Landmark Status?   
Local Landmark District Status?   
National Register District Status?   
County Register Status?   
National Register Status?   
National Historic Landmark Status?   
National Historic Landmark District Status?   
State Register Status?   
Eligible for National Register?

Owner
Institutional Owner
Tax Map Available?
Tax Map Image Available?
Tax Section       Tax Block       Tax Lot

Architect
Builder
Building TypeSingle Family Dwelling
Building Type, Details
Architectural StyleColonial Revival
Architectural Style, DetailsCape Cod
Current UseSingle Family Dwelling
Current Use, Details
Original UseSingle Family Dwelling
Original Use, Details
Structural Condition
NeighborhoodResidential
Threats to Building
Site IntegrityOriginal Site
Date Moved
Year Built1934
Structural SystemWood Frame, Interlocking Joints
Structural System, Details
Photograph Available?
AlterationsAltered; parged w/concrete; left endwall chimney added c1950
Date of Alterations

Significance
DescriptionOne-story Colonial Revival/ Cape Cod style single family dwelling built in 1934; three bays wide and three bays deep. Wood frame structure with wood clapboard exterior and asphalt gable roof. Two exposed brick endwall chimneys, one each side; rear shed dormer over rear roof extension; six-over-six windows (most intact). Large stone retaining wall in side yard to retain street; house set partially below street level (at rear); flag stone wall walkway and stairs to rear yard/entry; stone patio. Also on site is a wood frame shed.


Property10 Monroe Place
MunicipalityGreenburgh
CommunityNA
Street Number10
Street AddressMonroe Place

Historic District Name
Local Landmark Status?   
Local Landmark District Status?   
National Register District Status?   
County Register Status?   
National Register Status?   
National Historic Landmark Status?   
National Historic Landmark District Status?   
State Register Status?   
Eligible for National Register?

Owner
Institutional Owner
Tax Map Available?
Tax Map Image Available?
Tax Section       Tax Block       Tax Lot

Architect
Builder
Building TypeSingle Family Dwelling
Building Type, Details
Architectural StyleColonial Revival
Architectural Style, Details
Current UseSingle Family Dwelling
Current Use, Details
Original UseSingle Family Dwelling
Original Use, Details
Structural Condition
NeighborhoodResidential
Threats to Building
Site IntegrityOriginal Site
Date Moved
Year Built1940
Structural SystemWood Frame, Interlocking Joints
Structural System, Details
Photograph Available?
AlterationsSome windows have been replaced.
Date of Alterations

Significance
DescriptionTwo-story Colonial Revival style single family dwelling built in 1940; three bays wide and two bays deep. Wood frame structure with wood shingle exterior, asphalt gable roof, and stone faced concrete foundation. Exposed painted brick endwall chimney, right; entrance vestibule; front porch with slender paneled posts, millwork railing; paired four-over-one light windows at center of front facade, second floor; one-stall basement level attached garage may have been added at left rear corner; six-over-one windows with blinds. Stone walls along steps leading from driveway to front entrance and basement.


Property10 Paxford Lane
MunicipalityGreenburgh
CommunityNA
Street Number10
Street AddressPaxford Lane

Historic District Name
Local Landmark Status?   
Local Landmark District Status?   
National Register District Status?   
County Register Status?   
National Register Status?   
National Historic Landmark Status?   
National Historic Landmark District Status?   
State Register Status?   
Eligible for National Register?

Owner
Institutional Owner
Tax Map Available?
Tax Map Image Available?
Tax Section       Tax Block       Tax Lot

Architect
Builder
Building TypeSingle Family Dwelling
Building Type, Details
Architectural StyleOther (describe)
Architectural Style, DetailsChateauesque
Current UseSingle Family Dwelling
Current Use, Details
Original UseSingle Family Dwelling
Original Use, Details
Structural Condition
NeighborhoodResidential
Threats to Building
Site IntegrityOriginal Site
Date Moved
Year Built1940
Structural SystemWood Frame, Interlocking Joints
Structural System, Details
Photograph Available?
AlterationsOne-story, two-stall garage extension on right side ell.
Date of Alterations

Significance
DescriptionTwo-story Chateauesque style single family dwelling built in 1940; five bays wide and three bays deep. Wood frame structure with brick exterior, asphalt hipped roof, and brick foundation. Large brick endwall chimney; painted brick cladding; segmental arched first floor windows with soldier course headers with key blocks; four-light casement windows; center entrance flanked by oval windows; porch/canopy bell shaped standing seam metal roof with scalloped edging; all windows have louvered blinds; two-story side ell, left. One-and-one-half-story side ell right.


Property10 Salem Road
MunicipalityGreenburgh
CommunityNA
Street Number10
Street AddressSalem Road

Historic District Name
Local Landmark Status?   
Local Landmark District Status?   
National Register District Status?   
County Register Status?   
National Register Status?   
National Historic Landmark Status?   
National Historic Landmark District Status?   
State Register Status?   
Eligible for National Register?

Owner
Institutional Owner
Tax Map Available?
Tax Map Image Available?
Tax Section       Tax Block       Tax Lot

Architect
Builder
Building TypeSingle Family Dwelling
Building Type, Details
Architectural StyleOther (describe)
Architectural Style, DetailsCape Cod
Current UseSingle Family Dwelling
Current Use, Details
Original UseSingle Family Dwelling
Original Use, Details
Structural Condition
NeighborhoodResidential
Threats to Building
Site IntegrityOriginal Site
Date Moved
Year Built1936
Structural SystemWood Frame, Interlocking Joints
Structural System, Details
Photograph Available?
AlterationsRear shed dormer/second story addition, 1993; rear wood deck, c. 1980
Date of Alterations

Significance
DescriptionOne-story Cape Cod style single family dwelling built in 1936; six bays wide and two bays deep. Wood frame structure with wood shingle exterior, asphalt gable roof, and concrete block foundation. Brick center chimney; projecting front gabled one-stall garage bay, front facing overhang door; small entrance porch with simple Doric columns, gable roof; eight-over-eight sash windows; entry door with three lights across top; bay window, left side of front façade; one-story side ell, left.


Property10 Thomas Street
MunicipalityGreenburgh
CommunityNA
Street Number10
Street AddressThomas Street

Historic District Name
Local Landmark Status?   
Local Landmark District Status?   
National Register District Status?   
County Register Status?   
National Register Status?   
National Historic Landmark Status?   
National Historic Landmark District Status?   
State Register Status?   
Eligible for National Register?

Owner
Institutional Owner
Tax Map Available?
Tax Map Image Available?
Tax Section       Tax Block       Tax Lot

Architect
Builder
Building TypeSingle Family Dwelling
Building Type, Details
Architectural StyleCraftsman
Architectural Style, Details
Current UseOther (describe)
Current Use, DetailsVacant
Original UseSingle Family Dwelling
Original Use, Details
Structural ConditionDeteriorated
NeighborhoodResidential
Threats to BuildingEndangered due to being vacant, lack of maintenance, becoming overgrown with vegetation
Site IntegrityOriginal Site
Date Moved
Year Built1910
Structural SystemWood Frame, Interlocking Joints
Structural System, Details
Photograph Available?
AlterationsResided with metal; hexagonal tower with hipped roof off corner. Some windows have been replaced.
Date of Alterations

Significance
DescriptionOne-and-one-half story Craftsman style single family dwelling, today vacant, built in 1910. Wood frame structure with wood clapboard exterior, asphalt gable roof, and stone foundation. Wood frame barn built in 1900 also on site. Small private road runs close to house on S side.


Property10 Wallick Close
MunicipalityGreenburgh
CommunityNA
Street Number10
Street AddressWallick Close

Historic District Name
Local Landmark Status?   
Local Landmark District Status?   
National Register District Status?   
County Register Status?   
National Register Status?   
National Historic Landmark Status?   
National Historic Landmark District Status?   
State Register Status?   
Eligible for National Register?

Owner
Institutional Owner
Tax Map Available?
Tax Map Image Available?
Tax Section       Tax Block       Tax Lot

Architect
Builder
Building TypeSingle Family Dwelling
Building Type, Details
Architectural StyleColonial Revival
Architectural Style, DetailsCraftsman
Current UseSingle Family Dwelling
Current Use, Details
Original UseSingle Family Dwelling
Original Use, Details
Structural Condition
NeighborhoodResidential
Threats to Building
Site IntegrityOriginal Site
Date Moved
Year Built1930
Structural SystemWood Frame, Interlocking Joints
Structural System, Details
Photograph Available?
AlterationsTwo-stall garage wing, right, with triangular dormer all 1997; one-story ell with front wall cormer and large brick endwall chimney. Windows have been replaced.
Date of Alterations

Significance
DescriptionOne-and-one-half story Colonial Revival/ Craftsman style single family dwelling built in 1930; four bays. Wood frame structure with wood shingle and plank exterior, asphalt gable roof, and concrete foundation. One brick interior chimney; door surround with pilasters and heavy cornice, original door with nine-light window; broken-eave dormer over entrance; plank cladding in upper half-story of original cottage section. Flagstone driveway; large bedrock outcropping in front yard; granite curbing.


Property10 West Hartsdale Avenue
MunicipalityGreenburgh
CommunityHartsdale
Street Number10
Street AddressWest Hartsdale Avenue

Historic District Name
Local Landmark Status?   
Local Landmark District Status?   
National Register District Status?   
County Register Status?   
National Register Status?   
National Historic Landmark Status?   
National Historic Landmark District Status?   
State Register Status?   
Eligible for National Register?

Owner
Institutional Owner
Tax Map Available?
Tax Map Image Available?
Tax Section       Tax Block       Tax Lot

Architect
Builder
Building TypeSingle Family Dwelling
Building Type, Details
Architectural StyleGreek Revival
Architectural Style, Details
Current UseSingle Family Dwelling
Current Use, Details
Original UseSingle Family Dwelling
Original Use, Details
Structural Condition
NeighborhoodCommercial
Threats to Building
Site IntegrityOriginal Site
Date Moved
Year Built1840
Structural SystemWood Frame, Interlocking Joints
Structural System, Details
Photograph Available?
AlterationsResided with asbestos shingle. Windows and doors have been replaced.
Date of Alterations

Significance
DescriptionOne-and-one-half story Greek Revival style single family dwelling built in 1840; three bays wide and two bays deep. Wood frame structure with wood clapboard exterior, front gable asphalt roof, and stone foundation. Simple Greek Revival form with small horizontal windows on side facades (house is oriented with gable end toward street).


Property10 Beaufort Road
MunicipalityGreenburgh
CommunityNA
Street Number10
Street AddressBeaufort Road

Historic District Name
Local Landmark Status?   
Local Landmark District Status?   
National Register District Status?   
County Register Status?   
National Register Status?   
National Historic Landmark Status?   
National Historic Landmark District Status?   
State Register Status?   
Eligible for National Register?

Owner
Institutional Owner
Tax Map Available?
Tax Map Image Available?
Tax Section       Tax Block       Tax Lot

Architect
BuilderMarcus and John Endress
Building TypeSingle Family Dwelling
Building Type, Details
Architectural StyleTudor Revival
Architectural Style, Details
Current UseSingle Family Dwelling
Current Use, Details
Original UseSingle Family Dwelling
Original Use, Details
Structural Condition
NeighborhoodResidential
Threats to Building
Site IntegrityOriginal Site
Date Moved
Year Built1940
Structural SystemWood Frame, Interlocking Joints
Structural System, Details
Photograph Available?
Alterations
Date of Alterations

Significance
DescriptionOne-and-a-half story Tudor Revival style single-family dwelling built in 1940; four bays wide and three bays deep. House is within Saw Mill Valley neighborhood. Wood frame structure with wood clapboard, stucco, and half-timber, a slate gable roof, and a concrete stuccoed foundation. Large brick endwall chimney; half timbering on upper floor and right side garage ell, one-stall facing side; steeply pitched gabled projecting bays; steel multipaned casement windows; eave dormers.


Property100 Poe Street
MunicipalityGreenburgh
CommunityHartsdale
Street Number100
Street AddressPoe Street

Historic District Name
Local Landmark Status?   
Local Landmark District Status?   
National Register District Status?   
County Register Status?   
National Register Status?   
National Historic Landmark Status?   
National Historic Landmark District Status?   
State Register Status?   
Eligible for National Register?

Owner
Institutional Owner
Tax Map Available?
Tax Map Image Available?
Tax Section       Tax Block       Tax Lot

Architect
Builder
Building TypeSingle Family Dwelling
Building Type, Details
Architectural StyleOther (describe)
Architectural Style, DetailsEnglish Cottage
Current UseSingle Family Dwelling
Current Use, Details
Original UseSingle Family Dwelling
Original Use, Details
Structural Condition
NeighborhoodResidential
Threats to Building
Site IntegrityOriginal Site
Date Moved
Year Built1932
Structural SystemWood Frame, Interlocking Joints
Structural System, Details
Photograph Available?
Alterations
Date of Alterations

Significance
DescriptionOne-and-one-half story English Cottage built in 1932; four bays wide and one bay deep. Wood frame structure with stone exterior, cross gable asphalt roof, and concrete foundation. Concrete center chimney; false dovecotes in all the gable ends; coursed stone cladding; projecting front gabled bay, right, with front gabled garage wing projecting from it; garage has arched vehicular door with soldier stone course and key block, swing doors intact; two three-part picture windows.


Property100 Ridge Road
MunicipalityGreenburgh
CommunityHartsdale
Street Number100
Street AddressRidge Road

Historic District Name
Local Landmark Status?   
Local Landmark District Status?   
National Register District Status?   
County Register Status?   
National Register Status?   
National Historic Landmark Status?   
National Historic Landmark District Status?   
State Register Status?   
Eligible for National Register?

Owner
Institutional Owner
Tax Map Available?
Tax Map Image Available?
Tax Section       Tax Block       Tax Lot

Architect
Builder
Building TypeSingle Family Dwelling
Building Type, Details
Architectural StyleOther (describe)
Architectural Style, DetailsSecond Empire
Current UseSingle Family Dwelling
Current Use, Details
Original UseSingle Family Dwelling
Original Use, Details
Structural Condition
NeighborhoodResidential
Threats to Building
Site IntegrityOriginal Site
Date Moved
Year Built1870
Structural SystemWood Frame, Interlocking Joints
Structural System, Details
Photograph Available?
Alterations
Date of Alterations

Significance
DescriptionTwo-story Second Empire style single family dwelling built in 1870; three bays wide and three bays deep. Wood frame structure with wood clapboard exterior, wood shingle mansard roof, and stone foundation. Brick center chimney; arched window headers on dormers on front, sides, rear and one-and-one-half story rear ell; window and door headers; double entrance doors with four-light transom above. Stone piers at driveway entrance; low stone walls along front and side property lines.


Property101 Hartsdale Avenue101 Hartsdale Avenue
MunicipalityGreenburgh
CommunityNA
Street Number101
Street AddressHartsdale Avenue

Historic District Name
Local Landmark Status?   
Local Landmark District Status?   
National Register District Status?   
County Register Status?   
National Register Status?   
National Historic Landmark Status?   
National Historic Landmark District Status?   
State Register Status?   
Eligible for National Register?

Owner
Institutional Owner
Tax Map Available?
Tax Map Image Available?
Tax Section       Tax Block       Tax Lot

Architect
Builder
Building TypeMulti Family Dwelling
Building Type, Details
Architectural StyleSpanish Colonial
Architectural Style, Details
Current UseCommercial
Current Use, Details
Original UseMulti Family Dwelling
Original Use, Details
Structural Condition
NeighborhoodResidential
Threats to Building
Site IntegrityOriginal Site
Date Moved
Year Built1927
Structural SystemWood Frame, Interlocking Joints
Structural System, Details
Photograph Available?
AlterationsSkylights
Date of Alterations

Significance
DescriptionThree-story Spanish Colonial Revival multi-family dwelling built in 1927; three bays wide and three bays deep. Wood frame structure with stucco exterior and asphalt gable roof. Large center chimney; irregular footprint and massing; square tower at southeast corner; cross gabled projecting front bay; colored and leaded glass on first/ground floor level; one original jalouise window intact; conical metal awning over raised side entrance; wrought iron railing; braceted third level balcony left at southwest corner.


Property101 Holmes Avenue
MunicipalityGreenburgh
CommunityHartsdale
Street Number101
Street AddressHolmes Avenue

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Architect
Builder
Building TypeSingle Family Dwelling
Building Type, Details
Architectural StyleCraftsman
Architectural Style, Details
Current UseSingle Family Dwelling
Current Use, Details
Original UseSingle Family Dwelling
Original Use, Details
Structural Condition
NeighborhoodResidential
Threats to Building
Site IntegrityOriginal Site
Date Moved
Year Built1928
Structural SystemWood Frame, Interlocking Joints
Structural System, Details
Photograph Available?
AlterationsOriginal entrance door and surround moved to porch entrance, porch enclosed/glazed; attached front facing one-stall garage at left rear corner; resided with metal. Some windows replaced.
Date of Alterations

Significance
DescriptionOne-story Craftsman Cottage style single family dwelling built in 1928; three bays wide and three bays deep. Wood frame structure with wood shingle exterior, cross gable asphalt roof and concrete foundation. Exposed brick side wall chimney, right; bay window, right side, with projecting cross-gabled roof above; original entry with five-light sidelights and ten-light window in door; brick piers still evident on front porch.


Property101 Taxter Road
MunicipalityGreenburgh
CommunityIrvington
Street Number101
Street AddressTaxter Road

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National Register Status?   
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National Historic Landmark District Status?   
State Register Status?   
Eligible for National Register?

Owner
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Architect
Builder
Building TypeSingle Family Dwelling
Building Type, Details
Architectural StyleColonial Revival
Architectural Style, Details
Current UseSingle Family Dwelling
Current Use, Details
Original UseSingle Family Dwelling
Original Use, Details
Structural Condition
NeighborhoodResidential
Threats to Building
Site IntegrityOriginal Site
Date Moved
Year Built1880
Structural SystemWood Frame, Interlocking Joints
Structural System, Details
Photograph Available?
AlterationsTwo-story side ell with double stall front tuck under garage and extending substantially beyond rear facade of main house c. 1980. Windows and doors have been replaced. Windows and doors have been replaced.
Date of Alterations

Significance
DescriptionTwo-story Colonial Revival style single family dwelling built in 1880; four bays wide and two bays deep. Wood frame structure with wood clapboard exterior, asphalt gable roof, and stone foundation. Brick endwall chimney (between main section and side ell); asymetrical front facade; front porch with heavy turned posts with scroll sawn brackets and braces, millwork railing; one-story rear ell. Stone steps with brick repairs leading from street to front entrance (no longer used).


Property10-12 East Hartsdale Avenue
MunicipalityGreenburgh
CommunityHartsdale
Street Number10-12
Street AddressEast Hartsdale Avenue

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Architect
Builder
Building TypeMulti Family Dwelling
Building Type, Details
Architectural StyleGothic Revival
Architectural Style, Details
Current UseCommercial
Current Use, DetailsMulti Family Dwelling
Original UseMulti Family Dwelling
Original Use, Details
Structural Condition
NeighborhoodMixed Use
Threats to Building
Site IntegrityOriginal Site
Date Moved
Year Built1880
Structural SystemWood Frame, Interlocking Joints
Structural System, Details
Photograph Available?
AlterationsAltered; parged with concrete; fire escape stairs added to upper floors of front facade; renovated storefronts with wood shake siding c. 1970; resided with vinyl. Windows and doors have been altered.
Date of Alterationsc. 1970

Significance
DescriptionThree-story Gothic Revival style commercial/multi-family dwelling built in 1880; five bays wide and three bays deep. Wood frame structure with wood clapboard exterior, hipped asphalt roof, and stone foundation. Store fronts on first floor; center gable feature front wall dormer with pent roof; triangular vent dormers.


Property10-14 Lakeview Avenue
MunicipalityGreenburgh
CommunityHartsdale
Street Number10-14
Street AddressLakeview Avenue

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State Register Status?   
Eligible for National Register?

Owner
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Architect
Builder
Building TypeSingle Family Dwelling
Building Type, Details
Architectural StyleGothic Revival
Architectural Style, Details
Current UseSingle Family Dwelling
Current Use, Details
Original UseSingle Family Dwelling
Original Use, Details
Structural Condition
NeighborhoodMixed Use
Threats to Building
Site IntegrityOriginal Site
Date Moved
Year Built1880
Structural SystemWood Frame, Interlocking Joints
Structural System, Details
Photograph Available?
AlterationsPorch enclosed c. 1950; resided with metal. Some windows replaced.
Date of Alterations

Significance
DescriptionTwo-story Gothic Revival style single family dwelling built in 1880; three bays wide and two bays deep. Wood frame structure with wood clapboard exterior, front gable asphalt roof, and stone foundation. Brick center chimney; side ells, both sides; gable feature at entrance to original porch. Two-stall wood frame front gable garage built in 1940 also on site.


Property103 Old White Plains Road
MunicipalityGreenburgh
CommunityTarrytown
Street Number103
Street AddressOld White Plains Road

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State Register Status?   
Eligible for National Register?

Owner
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Architect
Builder
Building TypeSingle Family Dwelling
Building Type, Details
Architectural StyleOther (describe)
Architectural Style, DetailsThree-bay
Current UseSingle Family Dwelling
Current Use, Details
Original UseSingle Family Dwelling
Original Use, Details
Structural Condition
NeighborhoodMixed Use
Threats to Building
Site IntegrityOriginal Site
Date Moved
Year Built1850
Structural SystemWood Frame, Interlocking Joints
Structural System, Details
Photograph Available?
AlterationsAltered; parged with concrete; resided asbestos. Windows and doors have been replaced.
Date of Alterations

Significance
DescriptionTwo-story Three-Bay style single family dwelling built in 1850; three bays wide and two bays deep. Wood frame structure with wood clapboard exterior, asphalt gable roof, and stone foundation. Exposed brick endwall chimney, right; two-bay side ell with endwall chimney, left and one-story rear lean-to; wide stone stoop.


Property1040 Dobbs Ferry Road
MunicipalityGreenburgh
CommunityNA
Street Number1040
Street AddressDobbs Ferry Road

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Owner
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Architect
Builder
Building TypeSingle Family Dwelling
Building Type, Details
Architectural StyleGreek Revival
Architectural Style, Details
Current UseSingle Family Dwelling
Current Use, Details
Original UseSingle Family Dwelling
Original Use, Details
Structural Condition
NeighborhoodResidential
Threats to Building
Site IntegrityOriginal Site
Date Moved
Year Built1850
Structural SystemWood Frame, Interlocking Joints
Structural System, Details
Photograph Available?
AlterationsTwo-story rear ell/extensions with side bumpout c. 1950; bay windows c. 1980; resided with metal.
Date of Alterations1950; 1980

Significance
DescriptionTwo-story Greek Revival style single family dwelling built in 1850; three bays wide and two bays deep. Wood frame structure with a wood clapboard exterior, asphalt gable roof, and a stone foundation. Side passage plan; small brick center chimney; door surround with transom and sidelights; front porch has four Doric columns, hipped roof.


Property1048 Dobbs Ferry Road
MunicipalityGreenburgh
CommunityNA
Street Number1048
Street AddressDobbs Ferry Road

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Architect
Builder
Building TypeSingle Family Dwelling
Building Type, Details
Architectural StyleCraftsman
Architectural Style, Details
Current UseSingle Family Dwelling
Current Use, Details
Original UseSingle Family Dwelling
Original Use, Details
Structural Condition
NeighborhoodResidential
Threats to Building
Site IntegrityOriginal Site
Date Moved
Year Built1920
Structural SystemConcrete
Structural System, Details
Photograph Available?
Alterations
Date of Alterations

Significance
DescriptionOne-story Craftsman style single family dwelling built in 1920; three bays wide and two bays deep. Concrete frame structure with stone exterior, asphalt gable roof, and stone faced concrete foundation. Cobblestone cladding; cobblestone center chimney; Jerkinhead gable roof; soldier course stone work over windows and doors; eight-light casement windows; open porch on right front corner with small side ell behind under hipped roof. Cobblestone fireplace/grill in side yard.


Property106 Maryton Road
MunicipalityGreenburgh
CommunityNA
Street Number106
Street AddressMaryton Road

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Architect
Builder
Building TypeSingle Family Dwelling
Building Type, Details
Architectural StyleColonial Revival
Architectural Style, Details
Current UseSingle Family Dwelling
Current Use, Details
Original UseSingle Family Dwelling
Original Use, Details
Structural Condition
NeighborhoodResidential
Threats to Building
Site IntegrityOriginal Site
Date Moved
Year Built1929
Structural SystemWood Frame, Interlocking Joints
Structural System, Details
Photograph Available?
AlterationsWindows have been replaced.
Date of Alterations

Significance
DescriptionTwo-story Colonial Revival style single family dwelling built in 1929; two bays wide and two bays deep. Wood frame structure with wood shingle exterior, asphalt gable roof, and concrete foundation. Exposed brick endwall chimney, right; half circle decore above front door; six-over-six windows; window blinds; exterior wood stairs from driveway to side entrance. Stone faced retaining wall along flagstone front walkway.


Property107 East Hartsdale Avenue
MunicipalityGreenburgh
CommunityHartsdale
Street Number107
Street AddressEast Hartsdale Avenue

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Architect
Builder
Building TypeSingle Family Dwelling
Building Type, Details
Architectural StyleColonial Revival
Architectural Style, Details
Current UseSingle Family Dwelling
Current Use, Details
Original UseSingle Family Dwelling
Original Use, Details
Structural Condition
NeighborhoodMixed Use
Threats to BuildingCould be endangered by development pressures, surrounding high intensity uses.
Site IntegrityOriginal Site
Date Moved
Year Built1925
Structural SystemWood Frame, Interlocking Joints
Structural System, Details
Photograph Available?
AlterationsAltered; stuccoed
Date of Alterations

Significance
DescriptionTwo-story Colonial Revival style single family dwelling built in 1925; three bays. Wood frame structure with wood shingle exterior and cross gable asphalt roof. Exposed brick side wall chimney, left; Jerkin head cross gabled roof; side ell, right; arched entrance surround with key block; double entrance doors; arched window surrounds, left side; front one-story bay window; original four-over-four windows; front shed dormer.


Property108 Columbia Avenue
MunicipalityGreenburgh
CommunityHartsdale
Street Number108
Street AddressColumbia Avenue

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Architect
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Building TypeSingle Family Dwelling
Building Type, Details
Architectural StyleBungalow
Architectural Style, Details
Current UseSingle Family Dwelling
Current Use, Details
Original UseSingle Family Dwelling
Original Use, Details
Structural Condition
NeighborhoodResidential
Threats to Building
Site IntegrityOriginal Site
Date Moved
Year Built1925
Structural SystemWood Frame, Interlocking Joints
Structural System, Details
Photograph Available?
Alterations
Date of Alterations

Significance
DescriptionOne-story Bungalow style single family dwelling built in 1925; three bays wide and three bays deep. Wood frame structure with a wood shingle exterior, asphalt gable roof, and a concrete foundation. Small brick center chimney; three hipped dormers, front and sides; porch has Doric columns and millwork railing. Two-stall wood frame garage built in 1930 also on site.


Property108 Stone Avenue
MunicipalityGreenburgh
CommunityNA
Street Number108
Street AddressStone Avenue

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Building TypeOther (describe)
Building Type, DetailsSecondary structure
Architectural Style
Architectural Style, Details
Current UseOther (describe)
Current Use, DetailsGarage
Original UseOther (describe)
Original Use, DetailsSecondary structure
Structural Condition
NeighborhoodResidential
Threats to Building
Site IntegrityOriginal Site
Date Moved
Year Built1800
Structural SystemMasonry Load-Bearing
Structural System, Details
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Alterations
Date of Alterations

Significance
DescriptionOne-story domestic secondary structure, today used as a garage, built in 1800; one bay wide and one bay deep. Masonry load-bearing structure with stone exterior, front gable asphalt roof, and stone foundation. Stone shed with swing doors.


Property1088 Central Avenue
MunicipalityGreenburgh
CommunityHartsdale
Street Number1088
Street AddressCentral Avenue

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Architect
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Building TypeCommercial
Building Type, Details
Architectural StyleOther (describe)
Architectural Style, DetailsModern
Current UseCommercial
Current Use, Details
Original UseCommercial
Original Use, Details
Structural Condition
NeighborhoodCommercial
Threats to Building
Site IntegrityOriginal Site
Date Moved
Year Built1962
Structural SystemMetal
Structural System, Details
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Alterations
Date of Alterations

Significance
DescriptionThree-story Modern style commercial structure built in 1962; five bays wide and three bays deep. Metal frame with a glass and stucco exterior, a flat composition roof, and a concrete foundation. Horizontal massing; glass curtainwall construction with continuous band of windows on second floor; cantilevered balcony across second floor front façade, providing a full front covered walkway beneath (porch); recessed third floor.


Property109 Augustine Rd.
MunicipalityGreenburgh
CommunityNA
Street Number109
Street AddressAugustine Rd.

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Architect
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Building TypeSingle Family Dwelling
Building Type, Details
Architectural StyleTudor Revival
Architectural Style, Details
Current UseSingle Family Dwelling
Current Use, Details
Original UseSingle Family Dwelling
Original Use, Details
Structural Condition
NeighborhoodResidential
Threats to Building
Site IntegrityOriginal Site
Date Moved
Year Built1930
Structural SystemWood Frame
Structural System, Details
Photograph Available?
Alterations
Date of Alterations

Significance
DescriptionOne story Tudor Revival single-family dwelling built in 1930. Wood frame structure with a half timber and stucco exterior and concrete foundation. Very steeply pitched cross-gabled slate roof; exposed brick endwall chimney; multi-paned steel casement windows; one-story rear ell under roof extension.


Property109 Ridge Road
MunicipalityGreenburgh
CommunityHartsdale
Street Number109
Street AddressRidge Road

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Architect
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Building TypeSingle Family Dwelling
Building Type, Details
Architectural StyleColonial
Architectural Style, Details
Current UseSingle Family Dwelling
Current Use, Details
Original UseSingle Family Dwelling
Original Use, Details
Structural Condition
NeighborhoodResidential
Threats to Building
Site IntegrityOriginal Site
Date Moved
Year Built1770
Structural SystemWood Frame, Interlocking Joints
Structural System, Details
Photograph Available?
Alterations
Date of Alterations

Significance
DescriptionTwo-story Colonial style single family dwelling built in 1770; five bays wide and two bays deep. Wood frame structure with wood shingle exterior, wood shingle gable roof, and stone foundation. Two brick endwall chimneys, one with exposed stone and brick; one-and-one-half story rear extension; center entrance with passage; six-over-six windows. Stone wall anong Ridge Road property line; stone and brick walkways to house entrances.


Property11 Columbia Avenue
MunicipalityGreenburgh
CommunityHartsdale
Street Number11
Street AddressColumbia Avenue

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Architect
Builder
Building TypeMulti Family Dwelling
Building Type, Details
Architectural StyleSpanish Colonial
Architectural Style, Details
Current UseMulti Family Dwelling
Current Use, Details
Original UseMulti Family Dwelling
Original Use, Details
Structural Condition
NeighborhoodResidential
Threats to Building
Site IntegrityOriginal Site
Date Moved
Year Built1928
Structural SystemMetal
Structural System, DetailsConcrete
Photograph Available?
Alterations
Date of Alterations

Significance
DescriptionFive-story Spanish Colonial Revival style multi-family dwelling built in 1928; seven bays. Steel and concrete frame structure with brick and stucco exterior, flat composition roof, and a concrete foundation. Turrets on parapet walls; tile roof sections; lower four floors brick clad, upper level stucco; C-shaped footprint.


Property11 North Washington Avenue
MunicipalityGreenburgh
CommunityHartsdale
Street Number11
Street AddressNorth Washington Avenue

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Building TypeSingle Family Dwelling
Building Type, Details
Architectural StyleAmerican Four Square
Architectural Style, Details
Current UseSingle Family Dwelling
Current Use, Details
Original UseSingle Family Dwelling
Original Use, Details
Structural Condition
NeighborhoodResidential
Threats to Building
Site IntegrityOriginal Site
Date Moved
Year Built1905
Structural SystemWood Frame, Interlocking Joints
Structural System, Details
Photograph Available?
Alterations
Date of Alterations

Significance
DescriptionTwo-story American Four Square style single family dwelling built in 1905; three bays wide and three bays deep. Wood frame structure with wood shingle exterior, hipped asphalt roof, and stone faced concrete foundation. Interior brick chimney; wide overhanging eaves; front hipped dormer; full length wrap-around porch front and left side with Doric columns and millwork ballustrade; exterior access to cellar, rear.


Property11 Plymouth Road
MunicipalityGreenburgh
CommunityNA
Street Number11
Street AddressPlymouth Road

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Building TypeSingle Family Dwelling
Building Type, Details
Architectural StyleOther (describe)
Architectural Style, DetailsCape Cod
Current UseSingle Family Dwelling
Current Use, Details
Original UseSingle Family Dwelling
Original Use, Details
Structural Condition
NeighborhoodResidential
Threats to Building
Site IntegrityOriginal Site
Date Moved
Year Built1939
Structural SystemWood Frame, Interlocking Joints
Structural System, Details
Photograph Available?
AlterationsLarge one-and-one-half-story two-stall garage wing to left of original house, 1966 (creates a split level form with garage at excavated grade level and living spaces above). Windows have been replaced.
Date of Alterations

Significance
DescriptionOne-story Cape Cod style single family dwelling built in 1939; three bays wide and two bays deep. Wood frame structure with wood shingle exterior, asphalt gable roof, and concrete block foundation. Brick interior chimney; projecting front gabled bay, left; two front gable dormers with six-over-six windows; bay window to right of entrance with multipaned windows, hipped roof; small shed roof extension over front entrance creates porch; shed roof sun or screen porch side ell, right.


Property110 Healy Avenue
MunicipalityGreenburgh
CommunityNA
Street Number110
Street AddressHealy Avenue

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Architect
Builder
Building TypeSingle Family Dwelling
Building Type, Details
Architectural StyleOther (describe)
Architectural Style, DetailsModern
Current UseSingle Family Dwelling
Current Use, Details
Original UseSingle Family Dwelling
Original Use, Details
Structural Condition
NeighborhoodResidential
Threats to Building
Site IntegrityOriginal Site
Date Moved
Year Built1958
Structural SystemConcrete
Structural System, Details
Photograph Available?
Alterations
Date of Alterations

Significance
DescriptionOne-story Modern style single family dwelling built in 1958; four bays wide and three bays deep. Concrete block structure with brick exterior, shed composition roof, and concrete block foundation. Simple Modern styling; door surround with large frosted glass sidelights and transom.


Property111 Alexander Avenue
MunicipalityGreenburgh
CommunityHartsdale
Street Number111
Street AddressAlexander Avenue

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Architect
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Building TypeSingle Family Dwelling
Building Type, Details
Architectural StyleQueen Anne
Architectural Style, Details
Current UseSingle Family Dwelling
Current Use, Details
Original UseSingle Family Dwelling
Original Use, Details
Structural ConditionGood
NeighborhoodResidential
Threats to Building
Site IntegrityOriginal Site
Date Moved
Year Built1910
Structural SystemWood Frame
Structural System, Details
Photograph Available?
Alterations1-story side ell, right with cross gable roof.
Date of Alterations

Significance
DescriptionTwo-story Queen Anne single family dwelling built in 1910; two bays wide and two bays deep. Wood frame structure with a wood clapboard exterior, asphalt front gable shingled roof, and stone foundation. Small brick center chimney; large gabled side dormer, left; Doric columns on wrap-around porch; door surround with side lights; 1-story bay window, left side. Also on property is a double overhead garage doors installed in 1910; double stall; front gable; 6-over-1 attic window.


Property113 Longfellow Street
MunicipalityGreenburgh
CommunityHartsdale
Street Number113
Street AddressLongfellow Street

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County Register Status?   
National Register Status?   
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National Historic Landmark District Status?   
State Register Status?   
Eligible for National Register?

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Architect
Builder
Building TypeSingle Family Dwelling
Building Type, Details
Architectural StyleOther (describe)
Architectural Style, DetailsEnglish Cottage
Current UseSingle Family Dwelling
Current Use, Details
Original UseSingle Family Dwelling
Original Use, Details
Structural Condition
NeighborhoodResidential
Threats to Building
Site IntegrityOriginal Site
Date Moved
Year Built1936
Structural SystemWood Frame, Interlocking Joints
Structural System, Details
Photograph Available?
AlterationsRear addition with upper story, clad with wood clapboard, 1961; wood rear deck, 1986
Date of Alterations1961, 1986

Significance
DescriptionOne-story English Cottage style single family dwelling built in 1936; three bays wide and three bays deep. Wood frame structure with brick exterior, hipped asphalt roof, and concrete block foundation. Two projecting front gabled bays; elaborate brickwork with square design and "patchwork" brick accents; paired eight-light casement windows; one-stall side tuck-under garage; small slat awning for front porch. Curved flagstone walkway to front entrance, front lawn landscaped with flower beds.


Property115 Edgepark Road
MunicipalityGreenburgh
CommunityNA
Street Number115
Street AddressEdgepark Road

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Building TypeMulti Family Dwelling
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Architectural StyleAmerican Four Square
Architectural Style, Details
Current UseMulti Family Dwelling
Current Use, Details
Original UseMulti Family Dwelling
Original Use, Details
Structural Condition
NeighborhoodResidential
Threats to Building
Site IntegrityOriginal Site
Date Moved
Year Built1910
Structural SystemWood Frame, Interlocking Joints
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AlterationsResided with metal; porch partially enclosed. Windows replaced.
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DescriptionTwo-story American Four Square style multi-family dwelling built in 1910; three bays wide and three bays deep. Wood frame structure with wood shingle exterior, hipped asphalt roof, and stone foundation. Brick center chimney; two gable dormers, one front one side; front porch with Doric columns and millwork railing. Concrete block and wood frame double stall, front gable garage built in 1960 also on site.


Property115 Holmes Avenue
MunicipalityGreenburgh
CommunityHartsdale
Street Number115
Street AddressHolmes Avenue

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Architect
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Building TypeSingle Family Dwelling
Building Type, Details
Architectural StyleTudor Revival
Architectural Style, Details
Current UseSingle Family Dwelling
Current Use, Details
Original UseSingle Family Dwelling
Original Use, Details
Structural Condition
NeighborhoodResidential
Threats to Building
Site IntegrityOriginal Site
Date Moved
Year Built1940
Structural SystemMasonry Load-Bearing
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DescriptionTwo-story Tudor Revival style single family dwelling built in 1940; three bays wide and three bays deep. Masonry load-bearing structure with brick and wood clapboard exterior, front gable asphalt roof, and brick foundation. Exposed brick front wall chimney; cladding is Flemish bond brickwork with stone accents; projecting front gabled entrance vestibule; shed dormers, both sides; six-over-six windows; arched entrance door. Also on site is a two-stall wood frame garage built in 1960.


Property116 North Central Park Avenue
MunicipalityGreenburgh
CommunityHartsdale
Street Number116
Street AddressNorth Central Park Avenue

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Building TypeCommercial
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Architectural StyleColonial Dutch
Architectural Style, DetailsRoadside
Current UseCommercial
Current Use, Details
Original UseCommercial
Original Use, Details
Structural Condition
NeighborhoodCommercial
Threats to Building
Site IntegrityOriginal Site
Date Moved
Year Built1926
Structural SystemWood Frame, Interlocking Joints
Structural System, Details
Photograph Available?
AlterationsAltered for commercial use; partially resided with T-111.
Date of Alterations

Significance
DescriptionOne-story Dutch Colonial Revival/Roadside commercial building built in 1926; five bays wide and two bays deep. Wood frame structure with wood shingle, glazed brick, and stucco exterior, front gambrel asphalt roof, and brick faced concrete foundation. Replica of house/barn complex; shed sidewall dormers; blue glazed brick kneewall and front wall chimney; steeply pitched Tudor-style front entray vestibule; door surround with pilasters, cornice and arched; silo with blue wood shake roof. Gambrel entranceway at front property line with windmill ornament atop.


Property12 Adams Place
MunicipalityGreenburgh
CommunityNA
Street Number12
Street AddressAdams Place

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Architect
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Building TypeSingle Family Dwelling
Building Type, Details
Architectural StyleColonial Revival
Architectural Style, Details
Current UseSingle Family Dwelling
Current Use, Details
Original UseSingle Family Dwelling
Original Use, Details
Structural Condition
NeighborhoodResidential
Threats to Building
Site IntegrityOriginal Site
Date Moved
Year Built1930
Structural SystemWood Frame, Interlocking Joints
Structural System, Details
Photograph Available?
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Date of Alterations

Significance
DescriptionTwo-story Colonial Revival single family dwelling built in 1930. Wood frame structure with a wood clapboard and brick exterior, asphalt shingled front gable roof, and concrete foundation. Jerkin-head roof; fully exposed brick. Front wall chimney; entrance porch formed by second floor over recessed entrance, square posts and millwork ballustrade.


Property12 Moore Street
MunicipalityGreenburgh
CommunityHartsdale
Street Number12
Street AddressMoore Street

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Architect
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Building TypeSingle Family Dwelling
Building Type, Details
Architectural StyleTudor Revival
Architectural Style, Details
Current UseSingle Family Dwelling
Current Use, Details
Original UseSingle Family Dwelling
Original Use, Details
Structural Condition
NeighborhoodResidential
Threats to Building
Site IntegrityOriginal Site
Date Moved
Year Built1925
Structural SystemWood Frame, Interlocking Joints
Structural System, Details
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DescriptionTwo-story Tudor Revival style single family dwelling built in 1925; four bays wide and two bays deep. Wood frame structure with stucco, brick, and wood clapboard exterior, asphalt gable roof, and stone foundation. Exposed brick end wall chimney; steeply pitched roofs; front gabled broken eave dormer; front gabled projecting bay with second shorter front gabled bay with half-timbered treatment projecting from it; brick butress underneath portion of roof near ground level; diamond paned casement windows. One-stall wood frame clapboard and stucco garage built in 1925 also on site.


Property12 Taxter Road
MunicipalityGreenburgh
CommunityIrvington
Street Number12
Street AddressTaxter Road

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Building TypeSingle Family Dwelling
Building Type, Details
Architectural StyleGothic Revival
Architectural Style, Details
Current UseSingle Family Dwelling
Current Use, Details
Original UseSingle Family Dwelling
Original Use, Details
Structural Condition
NeighborhoodMixed Use
Threats to Building
Site IntegrityOriginal Site
Date Moved
Year Built1880
Structural SystemWood Frame, Interlocking Joints
Structural System, Details
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AlterationsWindows and doors have been replaced.
Date of Alterations

Significance
DescriptionTwo-story Gothic Revival style single family dwelling built in 1880; three bays wide and two bays deep. Wood frame structure with wood clapboard exterior, front gable asphalt roof, and stone foundation. Brick center chimney. Stone retaining wall in front yard.


Property12 Withington Road
MunicipalityGreenburgh
CommunityNA
Street Number12
Street AddressWithington Road

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Building TypeSingle Family Dwelling
Building Type, Details
Architectural StyleTudor Revival
Architectural Style, Details
Current UseSingle Family Dwelling
Current Use, Details
Original UseSingle Family Dwelling
Original Use, Details
Structural Condition
NeighborhoodResidential
Threats to Building
Site IntegrityOriginal Site
Date Moved
Year Built1940
Structural SystemWood Frame, Interlocking Joints
Structural System, Details
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DescriptionTwo-story Tudor Revival style single family dwelling built in 1940. Wood frame structure with multiple roof types covered in slate. Massive brick front wall chimney with double and canted articulated flues with terra cotta chimney pots with slate pent at top of first floor; graduated slate shingles; rear attached garage; broken eave dormer on recessed; stone surrounding front door with key block; half timbering with stucco; tudor arched windows; sweeping front gabled roof on projecting central bay; hipped side dormer. Stone steps to front entrance.


Property120 Underhill Road
MunicipalityGreenburgh
CommunityNA
Street Number120
Street AddressUnderhill Road

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Architect
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Building TypeSingle Family Dwelling
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Architectural StyleFederal
Architectural Style, Details
Current UseSingle Family Dwelling
Current Use, Details
Original UseSingle Family Dwelling
Original Use, Details
Structural Condition
NeighborhoodResidential
Threats to Building
Site IntegrityOriginal Site
Date Moved
Year Built1800
Structural SystemWood Frame, Interlocking Joints
Structural System, Details
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AlterationsLarge side and rear ells; front dormers added c. 1900; bay windows on first floor. Some windows have been replaced.
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Significance
DescriptionTwo-story Federal style single family dwelling built in 1800; three bays wide and two bays deep. Wood frame structure with wood shingle and wood clapboard exterior, asphalt gable roof, and stone foundation. Two original brick end wall chimneys; front gable dormers; exposed cellar in front [late 18th century form - probably original five-bay front facade]. Wood frame barn built in1860 also on site; two-story; gable; stone foundation (exposed on one side due to hillside site); six-over-six window. Stone walls and wood fencing around property.


Property122 Alexander Avenue
MunicipalityGreenburgh
CommunityHartsdale
Street Number122
Street AddressAlexander Avenue

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Architect
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Building TypeSingle Family Dwelling
Building Type, Details
Architectural StyleColonial Dutch
Architectural Style, Details
Current UseSingle Family Dwelling
Current Use, Details
Original UseSingle Family Dwelling
Original Use, Details
Structural ConditionGood
NeighborhoodResidential
Threats to Building
Site IntegrityOriginal Site
Date Moved
Year Built1930
Structural SystemWood Frame
Structural System, Details
Photograph Available?
AlterationsThe windows have been replaced.
Date of Alterations

Significance
DescriptionTwo-story Dutch Colonial Revival single family dwelling built in 1930; three bays wide and two bays deep. Wood frame structure with a wood clapboard and wood shingle exterior and concrete block foundation. False gambrel roof with false shed dormer; brick endwall chimney; smal one-story, one-bay sun porch extension across full left side of house; rock faced conc block found; rear two-story ell; porch is simple; gable feature over entrance door in pent roof at top of first floor; shingled upper story; extra shed dormer with three small attic windows above false shed dormer. Flagstone walkway from street to front entrance. Contributing building on site is a 2-stall garage with a hipped roof and exposed rafter ends.


Property123 Parkview Road
MunicipalityGreenburgh
CommunityElmsford
Street Number123
Street AddressParkview Road

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Building TypeSingle Family Dwelling
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Architectural StyleOther (describe)
Architectural Style, DetailsModern Spilt Level
Current UseSingle Family Dwelling
Current Use, Details
Original UseSingle Family Dwelling
Original Use, Details
Structural Condition
NeighborhoodResidential
Threats to Building
Site IntegrityOriginal Site
Date Moved
Year Built1960
Structural SystemWood Frame, Interlocking Joints
Structural System, Details
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AlterationsFront tuck under garage converted to. Doors have been replaced.
Date of Alterations

Significance
DescriptionOne-and-one-half story Modern Spilt Level style single family dwelling built in 1960; three bays wide and two bays deep. Wood frame structure with brick and vertical wood exterior, front gable asphalt roof, and concrete foundation. Asymetrical roof; large eight-light picture window with vertical muntins and transom above.


Property123 Taxter Road
MunicipalityGreenburgh
CommunityIrvington
Street Number123
Street AddressTaxter Road

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Building TypeSingle Family Dwelling
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Architectural StyleOther (describe)
Architectural Style, DetailsUndecided
Current UseSingle Family Dwelling
Current Use, Details
Original UseSingle Family Dwelling
Original Use, Details
Structural Condition
NeighborhoodResidential
Threats to Building
Site IntegrityOriginal Site
Date Moved
Year Built1870
Structural SystemWood Frame, Interlocking Joints
Structural System, Details
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AlterationsRoof raised: gambrel with large gabled side dormers, skylight; resided with metal. Doors and some windows have been replaced.
Date of Alterations

Significance
DescriptionTwo-and-one-half story single family dwelling built in 1870; three bays wide and three bays deep. Wood frame structure with wood clapboard exterior, asphalt gambrel roof, and stone foundation. Exposed brick endwall chimney; one-story front gable side ell with cross gable connection to main house with exposed brick rear wall chimney; heavy turned columns still intact on porch; some two-over-two windows intact.


Property123 Underhill Road
MunicipalityGreenburgh
CommunityNA
Street Number123
Street AddressUnderhill Road

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Building TypeSingle Family Dwelling
Building Type, Details
Architectural Style
Architectural Style, Details
Current UseSingle Family Dwelling
Current Use, Details
Original UseSingle Family Dwelling
Original Use, Details
Structural Condition
NeighborhoodResidential
Threats to Building
Site IntegrityOriginal Site
Date Moved
Year Built1850
Structural SystemWood Frame, Interlocking Joints
Structural System, Details
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AlterationsResided with metal; numerous additions--one with exposed brick end wall chimney and paired windows c. 1920. Some windows have been replaced.
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DescriptionOne-and-one-half story single family dwelling built in 1850. Wood frame structure with wood clapboard exterior, asphalt gable roof, and stone foundation. Broken eave and shed dormers. Hilltop site; mature trees.


Property124 North Road
MunicipalityGreenburgh
CommunityNA
Street Number124
Street AddressNorth Road

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Building TypeSingle Family Dwelling
Building Type, Details
Architectural StyleColonial Revival
Architectural Style, DetailsCape Cod
Current UseSingle Family Dwelling
Current Use, Details
Original UseSingle Family Dwelling
Original Use, Details
Structural Condition
NeighborhoodResidential
Threats to Building
Site IntegrityOriginal Site
Date Moved
Year Built1945
Structural SystemWood Frame, Interlocking Joints
Structural System, Details
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AlterationsSome windows have been replaced.
Date of Alterations

Significance
DescriptionOne-story Cape Cod/ Colonial Revival style single family dwelling built in 1945; three bays wide and two bays deep. Wood frame structure with brick exterior, asphalt gable roof, and brick faced concrete foundation. Large brick center chimney; pedimented door surround with three-light transom, fluted pilasers; two front gable dormers with wood clapboard siding; one-over-one windows with shutters on first floor; one-stall, gable roof attached garage at left rear corner of house.


Property13 Barksdale Road
MunicipalityGreenburgh
Community
Street Number13
Street AddressBarksdale Road

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Building TypeSingle Family Dwelling
Building Type, Details
Architectural StyleColonial Revival
Architectural Style, Details
Current UseSingle Family Dwelling
Current Use, Details
Original UseSingle Family Dwelling
Original Use, Details
Structural Condition
NeighborhoodResidential
Threats to Building
Site IntegrityOriginal Site
Date Moved
Year Built1940
Structural SystemWood Frame
Structural System, Details
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Significance
DescriptionOne-and-a-half story Colonial Revival single family dwelling built in 1940; six bays wide and two bays deep. Wood frame structure with stone and wood shingle exterior, asphalt gable roof, and a stone faced concrete foundation. Massive stone endwall chimney, between side ell and main house; projecting front gabled bay, middle; Raised Ranch plan type; door surround with pilasters and transom; one-stall attached garage, right side; smaller side ell off left side ell; six-over-six windows; broken eave dormer.


Property13 Mountain Road
MunicipalityGreenburgh
CommunityIrvington
Street Number13
Street AddressMountain Road

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Building TypeSingle Family Dwelling
Building Type, Details
Architectural StyleColonial Revival
Architectural Style, Details
Current UseSingle Family Dwelling
Current Use, Details
Original UseSingle Family Dwelling
Original Use, Details
Structural Condition
NeighborhoodResidential
Threats to Building
Site IntegrityOriginal Site
Date Moved
Year Built1900
Structural SystemWood Frame, Interlocking Joints
Structural System, Details
Photograph Available?
AlterationsPorch railing replaced; bay window, right side; resided with asbestos. Windows have been replaced.
Date of Alterations

Significance
DescriptionTwo-story Colonial Revival style single family dwelling built in 1900; two bays wide and two bays deep. Wood frame structure with wood clapboard exterior, asphalt gable roof, and stone foundation. Brick endwall chimney; two-story rear ell.


Property13 Withington Road
MunicipalityGreenburgh
CommunityNA
Street Number13
Street AddressWithington Road

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Building TypeSingle Family Dwelling
Building Type, Details
Architectural StyleTudor Revival
Architectural Style, Details
Current UseSingle Family Dwelling
Current Use, Details
Original UseSingle Family Dwelling
Original Use, Details
Structural Condition
NeighborhoodResidential
Threats to Building
Site IntegrityOriginal Site
Date Moved
Year Built1940
Structural SystemWood Frame, Interlocking Joints
Structural System, Details
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Date of Alterations

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DescriptionTwo-story Tudor Revival style single family dwelling built in 1940; four bays wide. Wood frame structure with brick, stone, wood timber, and wood clapboard exterior, hipped slate roof, and stone faced concrete foundation. Slooping side walls created by shed-roofed lean-tos and roof extensions both sides of front facade; steeply pitched front gabled bays; eight-light casement windows with soldier-course lintels; half timbering with decorative brickwork in herringbone pattern on upper portion of central entrance bay; hipped side dormer; front wall dormer.


Property131 Edgepark Road
MunicipalityGreenburgh
CommunityNA
Street Number131
Street AddressEdgepark Road

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Building TypeSingle Family Dwelling
Building Type, Details
Architectural StyleOther (describe)
Architectural Style, DetailsThree-bay
Current UseSingle Family Dwelling
Current Use, Details
Original UseSingle Family Dwelling
Original Use, Details
Structural Condition
NeighborhoodResidential
Threats to Building
Site IntegrityOriginal Site
Date Moved
Year Built1900
Structural SystemWood Frame, Interlocking Joints
Structural System, Details
Photograph Available?
AlterationsBay window on first floor on side ell; resided with vinyl. Porch altered and windows and doors replaced.
Date of Alterations

Significance
DescriptionTwo-story ‘Three-bay’ style single family dwelling built in 1900; three bays wide and three bays deep. Wood frame structure with wood clapboard exterior, front gable asphalt roof, and stone foundation. Two-story side ell, left; brick center chimney.


Property13-19 Hartsdale Avenue
MunicipalityGreenburgh
CommunityNA
Street Number13-19
Street AddressHartsdale Avenue

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Architect
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Building TypeCommercial
Building Type, Details
Architectural StyleSpanish Colonial
Architectural Style, Details
Current UseCommercial
Current Use, Details
Original UseCommercial
Original Use, Details
Structural Condition
NeighborhoodResidential
Threats to Building
Site IntegrityOriginal Site
Date Moved
Year Built1920
Structural SystemMasonry Load-Bearing
Structural System, Details
Photograph Available?
AlterationsTransom windows infilled on all store fronts. Doors have been altered and windows have been replaced.
Date of Alterations

SignificanceAlthough some br kneewalls and all transom windows covered, bldg retains its historic character, massing and scale
DescriptionOne-story Spanish Colonial Revival style commercial structure built in 1920; five bays wide and two bays deep. Masonry load-bearing structure with brick exterior, shed tile roof, and concrete foundation. Pent tile roof with corbelled brick at cornice line; five storefronts/bays with brick piers between each; angled storefront at corner of Wilson Street with angled brick; trapezoid footprint.


Property135 East Sunnyside Lane
MunicipalityGreenburgh
CommunityIrvington
Street Number135
Street AddressEast Sunnyside Lane

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Architect
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Building TypeSingle Family Dwelling
Building Type, Details
Architectural StyleAmerican Four Square
Architectural Style, Details
Current UseSingle Family Dwelling
Current Use, Details
Original UseSingle Family Dwelling
Original Use, Details
Structural Condition
NeighborhoodResidential
Threats to Building
Site IntegrityOriginal Site
Date Moved
Year Built1930
Structural SystemWood Frame, Interlocking Joints
Structural System, DetailsStone
Photograph Available?
AlterationsConcr block sun porch side ell, now enclosed c1950; shed side dormer
Date of Alterations

Significance
DescriptionTwo-story American Four Square style single family dwelling built in 1930; five bays wide and three bays deep. Wood frame and stone structure, stone and stucco exterior, hipped asphalt roof, and stone foundation. Hipped front dormer with exposed rafter ends, set of three winodws; beaded joints on first floor stone facade; Doric columns on entrance porch. Stone retaining wall in front yard; natural stone outcroppings along front porpety line in front of side yard.


Property135 Edgepark Road
MunicipalityGreenburgh
CommunityNA
Street Number135
Street AddressEdgepark Road

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Building TypeSingle Family Dwelling
Building Type, Details
Architectural StyleOther (describe)
Architectural Style, DetailsThree-bay
Current UseSingle Family Dwelling
Current Use, Details
Original UseSingle Family Dwelling
Original Use, Details
Structural Condition
NeighborhoodResidential
Threats to Building
Site IntegrityOriginal Site
Date Moved
Year Built1900
Structural SystemWood Frame, Interlocking Joints
Structural System, Details
Photograph Available?
AlterationsSecond level rear deck over lean-to; resided with vinyl. Windows and doors have been replaced.
Date of Alterations

Significance
DescriptionTwo-story ‘Three-bay’ style single family dwelling built in 1900; three bays wide and three bays deep. Wood frame structure with wood clapboard exterior, front gable asphalt roof, and stone foundation. Very simple workers housing; one-story rear lean-to; Doric columns; beaded joints in stone found; brick side wall chimney.


Property14 Kaateskill Place
MunicipalityGreenburgh
CommunityNA
Street Number14
Street AddressKaateskill Place

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National Register Status?   
National Historic Landmark Status?   
National Historic Landmark District Status?   
State Register Status?   
Eligible for National Register?

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Architect
Builder
Building TypeSingle Family Dwelling
Building Type, Details
Architectural StyleOther (describe)
Architectural Style, DetailsSpilt Level
Current UseSingle Family Dwelling
Current Use, Details
Original UseSingle Family Dwelling
Original Use, Details
Structural Condition
NeighborhoodResidential
Threats to Building
Site IntegrityOriginal Site
Date Moved
Year Built1957
Structural SystemWood Frame, Interlocking Joints
Structural System, Details
Photograph Available?
Alterations
Date of Alterations

Significance
DescriptionOne-and-one-half story Spilt Level style single family dwelling built in 1957; four bays wide and two bays deep. Wood frame structure with asbestos shingle exterior, hipped asphalt roof, and concrete block foundation. Gable roof over living room portion of house; three-part picture window; porch created by roof overhang; door surround with sidelights; two window boxes over two-stall front tuck-under garage.


Property14 Scarsdale Farm Road
MunicipalityGreenburgh
CommunityNA
Street Number14
Street AddressScarsdale Farm Road

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National Register Status?   
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State Register Status?   
Eligible for National Register?

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Architect
Builder
Building TypeSingle Family Dwelling
Building Type, Details
Architectural StyleColonial Revival
Architectural Style, Details
Current UseSingle Family Dwelling
Current Use, Details
Original UseSingle Family Dwelling
Original Use, Details
Structural Condition
NeighborhoodResidential
Threats to Building
Site IntegrityOriginal Site
Date Moved
Year Built1870
Structural SystemWood Frame, Interlocking Joints
Structural System, Details
Photograph Available?
AlterationsResided with metal.
Date of Alterations

Significance
DescriptionTwo-story Colonial Revival style single family dwelling built in 1870; five bays wide and two bays deep. Wood frame structure with wood clapboard exterior, asphalt gable roof, and stone foundation. Stone endwall chimneys, two on main house, one on side ell; double entrance doors with Roman arched header with sunburst pattern; six-over-six windows; two-story, two-bay side ell, left; two-story, three-bay side ell, right; entrance porch has gabled roof with modillions, paired Doric columns. Circular driveway in front lawn.


Property14 Scott Place
MunicipalityGreenburgh
CommunityHartsdale
Street Number14
Street AddressScott Place

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County Register Status?   
National Register Status?   
National Historic Landmark Status?   
National Historic Landmark District Status?   
State Register Status?   
Eligible for National Register?

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Architect
Builder
Building TypeSingle Family Dwelling
Building Type, Details
Architectural StyleTudor Revival
Architectural Style, Details
Current UseSingle Family Dwelling
Current Use, Details
Original UseSingle Family Dwelling
Original Use, Details
Structural Condition
NeighborhoodResidential
Threats to Building
Site IntegrityOriginal Site
Date Moved
Year Built1929
Structural SystemWood Frame, Interlocking Joints
Structural System, Details
Photograph Available?
AlterationsBay window on front façade to left of entry vestibule; flat-roofed dormer; formed stone facing on basement and entrance stoop and steps; resided with shingle design vinyl.
Date of Alterations

Significance
DescriptionOne-story Tudor Revival style single family dwelling built in 1929; two bays wide and two bays deep. Wood frame structure with wood shingle exterior, asphalt gable roof, and concrete block foundation. Large exposed brick front wall chimney. Two-stall wood frame garage built in 1950 also on site.


Property14 Spring Street
MunicipalityGreenburgh
CommunityTarrytown
Street Number14
Street AddressSpring Street

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National Register District Status?   
County Register Status?   
National Register Status?   
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National Historic Landmark District Status?   
State Register Status?   
Eligible for National Register?

Owner
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Architect
Builder
Building TypeSingle Family Dwelling
Building Type, Details
Architectural StyleOther (describe)
Architectural Style, Details3-Bay
Current UseSingle Family Dwelling
Current Use, Details
Original UseSingle Family Dwelling
Original Use, Details
Structural Condition
NeighborhoodResidential
Threats to Building
Site IntegrityOriginal Site
Date Moved
Year Built1890
Structural SystemWood Frame, Interlocking Joints
Structural System, Details
Photograph Available?
AlterationsAltered: parged ann painted; doors have been replaced.
Date of Alterations

Significance
DescriptionTwo-story ‘3-Bay’ style single family dwelling built in 1890; three bays wide and three bays deep. Wood frame structure with wood clapboard exterior, asphalt gable roof, and brick foundation. Six-over-one windows; townhouse form; two-story rear extension; small one-story shed roof side entrance vestibule, left. One-stall wood frame garage built c. 1925 also on site.Stone retaining wall in front yard and along drive fenced rear yard.


Property14 Surrey Way
MunicipalityGreenburgh
CommunityNA
Street Number14
Street AddressSurrey Way

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County Register Status?   
National Register Status?   
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National Historic Landmark District Status?   
State Register Status?   
Eligible for National Register?

Owner
Institutional Owner
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Architect
Builder
Building TypeSingle Family Dwelling
Building Type, Details
Architectural StyleColonial Revival
Architectural Style, Details
Current UseSingle Family Dwelling
Current Use, Details
Original UseSingle Family Dwelling
Original Use, Details
Structural Condition
NeighborhoodResidential
Threats to Building
Site IntegrityOriginal Site
Date Moved
Year Built1936
Structural SystemWood Frame, Interlocking Joints
Structural System, Details
Photograph Available?
AlterationsOriginal wood shingle roofing replaced.
Date of Alterations

Significance
DescriptionOne-and-one-half story Colonial Revival style single family dwelling built in 1936; three bays wide and two bays deep. Wood frame structure with wood shingle exterior, asphalt gable roof, and concrete block foundation. Large exposed painted brick end wall chimney; three front gabled dormers recessed into roof, two on main section of house, one on side ell, all with six-over-six windows; deep cornice board; three six-over-six windows on first floor front façade with louvered shutters; attached one-stall garage, side facing, right side.


Property14 West Hartsdale Avenue
MunicipalityGreenburgh
CommunityHartsdale
Street Number14
Street AddressWest Hartsdale Avenue

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County Register Status?   
National Register Status?   
National Historic Landmark Status?   
National Historic Landmark District Status?   
State Register Status?   
Eligible for National Register?

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Institutional Owner
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Architect
Builder
Building TypeSingle Family Dwelling
Building Type, Details
Architectural StyleGreek Revival
Architectural Style, Details
Current UseSingle Family Dwelling
Current Use, Details
Original UseSingle Family Dwelling
Original Use, Details
Structural Condition
NeighborhoodCommercial
Threats to Building
Site IntegrityOriginal Site
Date Moved
Year Built1840
Structural SystemWood Frame, Interlocking Joints
Structural System, Details
Photograph Available?
AlterationsResided with asbestos shingle. Doors and some windows have been replaced.
Date of Alterations

Significance
DescriptionTwo-story Greek Revival style single family dwelling built in 1840; three bays wide and two bays deep. Wood frame structure with wood clapboard exterior, asphalt gable roof, and stone foundation. Simple three-bay façade; brick end wall chimney, right.


Property140 Old Army Road
MunicipalityGreenburgh
CommunityEdgemont
Street Number140
Street AddressOld Army Road

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County Register Status?   
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National Historic Landmark District Status?   
State Register Status?   
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Architect
Builder
Building TypeSingle Family Dwelling
Building Type, Details
Architectural StyleColonial Dutch
Architectural Style, Details
Current UseSingle Family Dwelling
Current Use, Details
Original UseSingle Family Dwelling
Original Use, Details
Structural Condition
NeighborhoodResidential
Threats to Building
Site IntegrityOriginal Site
Date Moved
Year Built1908
Structural SystemWood Frame, Interlocking Joints
Structural System, Details
Photograph Available?
AlterationsDouble stall garage attached to rear facade with open breezeway.
Date of Alterationsc. 1950

Significance
DescriptionOne-story Dutch Colonial Revival style single family dwelling built in 1908; three bays wide and three bays deep. Wood frame structure with wood clapboard exterior, asphalt gambrel roof, and stone foundation. Two exposed stone endwall chimneys; rear shed dormer; three recessed front dormers; eight-over-eight windows. Stone retaining wall along front property line with stone piers at driveway entrance.


Property141 West Hartsdale Avenue
MunicipalityGreenburgh
CommunityHartsdale
Street Number141
Street AddressWest Hartsdale Avenue

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Architect
Builder
Building TypeSingle Family Dwelling
Building Type, Details
Architectural StyleOther (describe)
Architectural Style, DetailsClassical Revival
Current UseSingle Family Dwelling
Current Use, Details
Original UseSingle Family Dwelling
Original Use, Details
Structural Condition
NeighborhoodResidential
Threats to Building
Site IntegrityOriginal Site
Date Moved
Year Built1910
Structural SystemWood Frame, Interlocking Joints
Structural System, Details
Photograph Available?
AlterationsResided w/asbestos
Date of Alterations

Significance
DescriptionTwo-story Classical Revival style single family dwelling built in 1910; three bays wide and two bays deep. Wood frame structure with wood clapboard exterior, front gable asphalt roof, and stone faced concrete foundation. Brick center chimney; gabled wall dormers with pent between second floor and attic; porch has triple Doric columns at corners; one-story bay window, right side; one-over-one windows.


Property143-145 West Hartsdale Avenue
MunicipalityGreenburgh
CommunityHartsdale
Street Number143-145
Street AddressWest Hartsdale Avenue

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State Register Status?   
Eligible for National Register?

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Architect
Builder
Building TypeSingle Family Dwelling
Building Type, Details
Architectural StyleGothic Revival
Architectural Style, Details
Current UseSingle Family Dwelling
Current Use, Details
Original UseSingle Family Dwelling
Original Use, Details
Structural Condition
NeighborhoodResidential
Threats to Building
Site IntegrityOriginal Site
Date Moved
Year Built1880
Structural System
Structural System, Details
Photograph Available?
AlterationsLarge stone side wall chimney c. 1920; side portion of porch enclosed c. 1930; skylight c. 1990. Windows have been replaced.
Date of Alterations

Significance
DescriptionGothic Revival style single family dwelling built in 1880; four bays wide and three bays deep. Wood clapboard exterior, front gable asphalt roof, and stone foundation. Exposed rafter ends; projecting two-story gabled side ell, right with two-story bay window and one-story ell behind with covered balcony above. Stone retaining wall along side property line; circular driveway in front lawn (recent).


Property145 Old Army Road
MunicipalityGreenburgh
CommunityEdgemont
Street Number145
Street AddressOld Army Road

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National Historic Landmark District Status?   
State Register Status?   
Eligible for National Register?

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Architect
Builder
Building TypeSingle Family Dwelling
Building Type, Details
Architectural StyleQueen Anne
Architectural Style, Details
Current UseSingle Family Dwelling
Current Use, Details
Original UseSingle Family Dwelling
Original Use, Details
Structural Condition
NeighborhoodResidential
Threats to Building
Site IntegrityOriginal Site
Date Moved
Year Built1900
Structural SystemWood Frame, Interlocking Joints
Structural System, Details
Photograph Available?
AlterationsSome windows have been replaced.
Date of Alterations

Significance
DescriptionTwo-story Queen Anne style single family dwelling built in 1900; three bays. Wood frame structure with wood clapboard exterior, hipped asphalt/tiled roof, and stone foundation. Two-story bay window with projecting gable roof, left side; diamond-paned transoms in large windows flanking center entrance; entrance porch with paired square columns on kneewall, balcony above; center chimney surrounded by widow's walk. One-and-one-half story wood frame barn also on site. Stone retaining wall along front property line.


Property15 Biltom Road
MunicipalityGreenburgh
CommunityNA
Street Number15
Street AddressBiltom Road

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Architect
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Building TypeSingle Family Dwelling
Building Type, Details
Architectural StyleRanch
Architectural Style, Details
Current UseSingle Family Dwelling
Current Use, Details
Original UseSingle Family Dwelling
Original Use, Details
Structural Condition
NeighborhoodResidential
Threats to Building
Site IntegrityOriginal Site
Date Moved
Year Built1950
Structural SystemWood Frame, Interlocking Joints
Structural System, Details
Photograph Available?
AlterationsDoors were replaced.
Date of Alterations

Significance
DescriptionOne-story Modern ranch style single family dwelling built in 1950; three bays wide and three bays deep. Wood frame structure with wood clapboard and vertical wood exterior, asphalt shingle gable roof, and a concrete foundation. Brick center chimney; corner windows; low pitched roof with wide overhanging eaves; roof extended on right to creat a carport; front projecting gabled bay with triangular windows in gable end.


Property15 Cummings Avenue
MunicipalityGreenburgh
CommunityNA
Street Number15
Street AddressCummings Avenue

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Architect
Builder
Building TypeSingle Family Dwelling
Building Type, Details
Architectural StyleTudor Revival
Architectural Style, Details
Current UseSingle Family Dwelling
Current Use, Details
Original UseSingle Family Dwelling
Original Use, Details
Structural Condition
NeighborhoodResidential
Threats to Building
Site IntegrityOriginal Site
Date Moved
Year Built1930
Structural SystemWood Frame, Interlocking Joints
Structural System, Details
Photograph Available?
Alterations
Date of Alterations

Significance
DescriptionTwo-story Tudor Revival style single family dwelling built in 1930; four bays wide and three bays deep. Wood frame structure with stucco and timber exterior, asphalt gable roof, and a concrete foundation. Exposed brick front wall chimney; steeply pitched front gable on projecting front bay; half-timber and stucco cladding; exposed floor joists at second floor overhang; arched front door; brick door surround; one-bay side ell with gable roof; four-over-one windows; arched attic window; two-story rear ell.


Property15 Lakeview Avenue
MunicipalityGreenburgh
CommunityHartsdale
Street Number15
Street AddressLakeview Avenue

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Architect
Builder
Building TypeSingle Family Dwelling
Building Type, Details
Architectural StyleGothic Revival
Architectural Style, Details
Current UseSingle Family Dwelling
Current Use, Details
Original UseSingle Family Dwelling
Original Use, Details
Structural Condition
NeighborhoodMixed Use
Threats to Building
Site IntegrityOriginal Site
Date Moved
Year Built1880
Structural SystemWood Frame, Interlocking Joints
Structural System, Details
Photograph Available?
Alterations
Date of Alterations

Significance
DescriptionTwo-story Gothic Revival style single family dwelling built in 1880; three bays wide and three bays deep. Wood frame structure with wood clapboard and shingle exterior, front gable asphalt roof, and stone foundation. Brick center chimney; decorative shingles in gable ends; gabled two-story side baywindow, right; porch with turned posts, scroll sawn; small gabled bay on one-and-one-half-story rear ell; double entry doors with windows, panels below. Flagstone walkway. Also on site is a double stall wood frame front gable garage built in 1960.


Property15 Longfellow Street
MunicipalityGreenburgh
CommunityHartsdale
Street Number15
Street AddressLongfellow Street

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Architect
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Building TypeSingle Family Dwelling
Building Type, Details
Architectural StyleOther (describe)
Architectural Style, DetailsEnglish Cottage
Current UseSingle Family Dwelling
Current Use, Details
Original UseSingle Family Dwelling
Original Use, Details
Structural Condition
NeighborhoodResidential
Threats to Building
Site IntegrityOriginal Site
Date Moved
Year Built1927
Structural SystemWood Frame, Interlocking Joints
Structural System, Details
Photograph Available?
AlterationsWindows have been replaced.
Date of Alterations

Significance
DescriptionOne-story English Cottage style single family dwelling built in 1927; three bays wide and three bays deep. Wood frame structure with stucco and half-timber exterior, asphalt gable roof, and concrete block foundation. Single front dormer at center located over entrance; paired sash windows flank entry.


Property15 Rutland Road
MunicipalityGreenburgh
CommunityNA
Street Number15
Street AddressRutland Road

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Architect
Builder
Building TypeSingle Family Dwelling
Building Type, Details
Architectural StyleTudor Revival
Architectural Style, Details
Current UseSingle Family Dwelling
Current Use, Details
Original UseSingle Family Dwelling
Original Use, Details
Structural Condition
NeighborhoodResidential
Threats to Building
Site IntegrityOriginal Site
Date Moved
Year Built1940
Structural SystemMasonry Load-Bearing
Structural System, Details
Photograph Available?
Alterations
Date of Alterations

Significance
DescriptionTwo-story Tudor Revival style single family dwelling built in 1940; three bays wide and two bays deep. Masonry load-bearing structure with stone exterior, gable tile roof, and stone faced foundation. Massive stone and stucco endwall chimney; projecting front gabled bay (one bay deep); broken eave gabled front wall dormers; entrance door surround with deep lable mould header, arched opening; eighteen-light casement windows; one-bay side ell with front gabled dormer open veranda below. Stone retaining walls in front yard with stone steps and entrance walkway and side with arbor at side yard entrance.


Property150 East Hartsdale Avenue
MunicipalityGreenburgh
CommunityHartsdale
Street Number150
Street AddressEast Hartsdale Avenue

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Architect
Builder
Building TypeMulti Family Dwelling
Building Type, Details
Architectural StyleOther (describe)
Architectural Style, DetailsArt Moderne
Current UseMulti Family Dwelling
Current Use, Details
Original UseMulti Family Dwelling
Original Use, Details
Structural Condition
NeighborhoodMixed Use
Threats to Building
Site IntegrityOriginal Site
Date Moved
Year Built1930
Structural SystemConcrete
Structural System, DetailsSteel
Photograph Available?
AlterationsDoors have been replaced.
Date of Alterations

Significance
DescriptionFive-story Art Moderne style multi-family dwelling built in 1930. Concrete and steel frame structure with brick exterior, flat roof, and brick faced concrete foundation. Identical to buildings at #160 and 170 East Hartsdale Ave; entrance surrounds with gauged brick and metal faux balcony above; terra cotta tiles and gauged and decorative brick inbetween floor and windows; corner windows with three iron rail balconies at roof level above each corner window bay; basement-level units at rear; tinted mortar. Landscaped front and side lawns with mature trees, ground level wood deck.


Property150 Ridge Road
MunicipalityGreenburgh
CommunityHartsdale
Street Number150
Street AddressRidge Road

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Institutional OwnerSisters of Mercy Convent
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Architect
Builder
Building TypeSingle Family Dwelling
Building Type, Details
Architectural StyleSpanish Colonial
Architectural Style, Details
Current UseReligious
Current Use, Details
Original UseSingle Family Dwelling
Original Use, Details
Structural Condition
NeighborhoodMixed Use
Threats to Building
Site IntegrityOriginal Site
Date Moved
Year Built1913
Structural SystemConcrete
Structural System, DetailsSteel
Photograph Available?
Alterations
Date of Alterations

Significance
DescriptionTwo-story Spanish Colonial Revival style single family dwelling built in 1913; seven bays wide and five bays deep. Steel and concrete structure with stucco exterior, hipped tile roof, and brick and concrete foundation. Stuccoed center chimney; terra cotta tile roof; seven hipped dormers, front, back, side; glazed front entrance vestibule; French windows on left side façade; large two-story side ell, right; terrace along entire rear façade. Low stone retaining wall extending left out from front building façade.


Property152 North Hampton Drive
MunicipalityGreenburgh
CommunityNA
Street Number152
Street AddressNorth Hampton Drive

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Architect
Builder
Building TypeSingle Family Dwelling
Building Type, Details
Architectural StyleOther (describe)
Architectural Style, DetailsCape Cod
Current UseSingle Family Dwelling
Current Use, Details
Original UseSingle Family Dwelling
Original Use, Details
Structural Condition
NeighborhoodResidential
Threats to Building
Site IntegrityOriginal Site
Date Moved
Year Built1951
Structural SystemWood Frame, Interlocking Joints
Structural System, Details
Photograph Available?
Alterations
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Significance
DescriptionOne-story Cape Cod style single family dwelling built in 1951; three bays wide and two bays deep. Wood frame structure with wood shingle exterior, asphalt gable roof, and concrete block foundation. Brick center chimney; massive gable roof with very low eaves; bay window to left of door; screen porch side ell, right; one-stall rear tuck-under garage.


Property156 Ridge Road
MunicipalityGreenburgh
CommunityHartsdale
Street Number156
Street AddressRidge Road

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Institutional OwnerSisters of Mercy Convent
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Building TypeOther (describe)
Building Type, DetailsWarming house
Architectural StyleOther (describe)
Architectural Style, DetailsRustic
Current UseOther (describe)
Current Use, DetailsPark
Original UseOther (describe)
Original Use, DetailsWarming house
Structural Condition
NeighborhoodMixed Use
Threats to Building
Site IntegrityOriginal Site
Date Moved
Year Built1920
Structural System
Structural System, Details
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Significance
DescriptionOne-story Rustic style warming house, today used as a park, built in 1920; three bays wide and two bays deep. Stone and wood clapboard exterior, asphalt gable roof, and stone foundation. Exposed rafter ends; wood clapboard in gable end with wood bracing; exposed rear wall stone chimney. Many original doors and windows intact, some vehicular doors adopted to overhang doors; one-and-one-half story; WF; front gambrel with six-bay one-story gable wing, left, three-bay one-story gable wing, right with four-bays rear wing and green house wing; venting cupola dormer vents; ten-bay rear wing off; hipped roofs on wings; three venting cupolas. One garage at basement level; stone retaining walls both sides of barn; pond, bridge over stream; low stone wall along front property line with stone piers at entrances and iron fence atop; raised beds with stone.


Property156 West Hartsdale Avenue
MunicipalityGreenburgh
CommunityHartsdale
Street Number156
Street AddressWest Hartsdale Avenue

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Architect
Builder
Building TypeSingle Family Dwelling
Building Type, Details
Architectural StyleGothic Revival
Architectural Style, Details
Current UseSingle Family Dwelling
Current Use, Details
Original UseSingle Family Dwelling
Original Use, Details
Structural Condition
NeighborhoodResidential
Threats to Building
Site IntegrityOriginal Site
Date Moved
Year Built1900
Structural SystemWood Frame, Interlocking Joints
Structural System, Details
Photograph Available?
AlterationsWindows and doors have been replaced.
Date of Alterations

Significance
DescriptionTwo-story Gothic Revival style single family dwelling built in 1900; three bays wide and three bays deep. Wood frame structure with wood clapboard exterior, front gable asphalt roof, and stone foundation. Small brick center chimney; exposed rafter ends; wrap porch with turned posts and millwork ballustrade. Wood frame shed also on site.


Property157 Columbia Avenue
MunicipalityGreenburgh
CommunityHartsdale
Street Number157
Street AddressColumbia Avenue

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Architect
Builder
Building TypeSingle Family Dwelling
Building Type, Details
Architectural StyleBungalow
Architectural Style, Details
Current UseSingle Family Dwelling
Current Use, Details
Original UseSingle Family Dwelling
Original Use, Details
Structural Condition
NeighborhoodResidential
Threats to Building
Site IntegrityOriginal Site
Date Moved
Year Built1930
Structural SystemWood Frame, Interlocking Joints
Structural System, Details
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Date of Alterations

Significance
DescriptionOne-story Bungalow style single family dwelling built in 1930; three bays wide and two bays deep. Wood frame structure with asbestos siding, asphalt gable roof, and a concrete block foundation. Very narrow; brick center chimney; center entrance. Wood frame garage also on site.


Property16 Columbia Avenue
MunicipalityGreenburgh
CommunityHartsdale
Street Number16
Street AddressColumbia Avenue

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Architect
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Building TypeMulti Family Dwelling
Building Type, Details
Architectural StyleShingle
Architectural Style, Details
Current UseMulti Family Dwelling
Current Use, Details
Original UseMulti Family Dwelling
Original Use, Details
Structural Condition
NeighborhoodResidential
Threats to Building
Site IntegrityOriginal Site
Date Moved
Year Built1910
Structural SystemWood Frame, Interlocking Joints
Structural System, Details
Photograph Available?
AlterationsAltered; parged; porch enclosed c. 1950. Windows have been replaced.
Date of Alterations1950

Significance
DescriptionTwo-story Shingle style multi-family dwelling built in 1910; two bays wide and four bays deep. Wood frame structure with a wood shingle exterior and a hipped asphalt roof. Hipped dormers front; side and rear; wide eaves; entrance on side with hipped canopy with wood braces; rear porch lean-to; projecting box oriel left side. Stone walls/stairwell leading from street to entrance.


Property16 Roxbury Road
MunicipalityGreenburgh
CommunityNA
Street Number16
Street AddressRoxbury Road

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Architect
Builder
Building TypeSingle Family Dwelling
Building Type, Details
Architectural StyleColonial Revival
Architectural Style, Details
Current UseSingle Family Dwelling
Current Use, Details
Original UseSingle Family Dwelling
Original Use, Details
Structural Condition
NeighborhoodResidential
Threats to Building
Site IntegrityOriginal Site
Date Moved
Year Built1929
Structural SystemWood Frame, Interlocking Joints
Structural System, Details
Photograph Available?
AlterationsOne-story gabled side ell with one-stall garage extension on with front gable bay sindow to right facade c. 1980. Windows and doors have been replaced.
Date of Alterations

Significance
DescriptionOne-and-one-half story Colonial Revival style single family dwelling built in 1929; five bays. Wood frame structure with wood shingle and wood plank exterior, asphalt gable roof, and stone foundation. Large brick endwall chimney, left side; front gabled entrance porch has curved ceiling, paired slender Doric columns; rear one-story ell under roof extension; three horizontal attic windows with vertical muntions in faux frieze/beltcourse; rear shed dormer; six-over-six windows; door surround with sidelights. Low stone wall along front and side property lines with piers at walkway entrance.


Property16 Taxter Road
MunicipalityGreenburgh
CommunityIrvington
Street Number16
Street AddressTaxter Road

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Architect
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Building TypeSingle Family Dwelling
Building Type, Details
Architectural StyleOther (describe)
Architectural Style, DetailsS-Bay
Current UseSingle Family Dwelling
Current Use, Details
Original UseSingle Family Dwelling
Original Use, Details
Structural Condition
NeighborhoodMixed Use
Threats to Building
Site IntegrityOriginal Site
Date Moved
Year Built1900
Structural SystemWood Frame, Interlocking Joints
Structural System, Details
Photograph Available?
AlterationsAltered; parged with concrete; resided with vinyl. Windows have been replaced.
Date of Alterations

Significance
DescriptionTwo-story ‘3-Bay’ style single family dwelling built in 1900; three bays. Wood frame structure with wood clapboard exterior, asphalt gable roof, and stone foundation. Two-story side ell, right; one-story rear ell.


Property16 Washington Place
MunicipalityGreenburgh
CommunityNA
Street Number16
Street AddressWashington Place

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Architect
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Building TypeSingle Family Dwelling
Building Type, Details
Architectural StyleOther (describe)
Architectural Style, DetailsModern
Current UseSingle Family Dwelling
Current Use, Details
Original UseSingle Family Dwelling
Original Use, Details
Structural Condition
NeighborhoodResidential
Threats to Building
Site IntegrityOriginal Site
Date Moved
Year Built1950
Structural SystemWood Frame, Interlocking Joints
Structural System, Details
Photograph Available?
Alterations
Date of Alterations

Significance
DescriptionOne-and-one-half story Modern style single family dwelling built in 1950; two bays wide and four bays deep. Wood frame structure with brick, stone, and vertical wood exterior, hipped asphalt roof, and concrete foundation. Massive brick endwall chimney on projecting ell; corner picture window, six-light on front, two-light on side; front door with side light, paneled with three squares; double stall attached garage with brick cladding; roof overhang extending front garage to projecting front ell creates entrance porch.


Property16 Woodfield Terrace
MunicipalityGreenburgh
CommunityTarrytown
Street Number16
Street AddressWoodfield Terrace

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Architect
Builder
Building TypeSingle Family Dwelling
Building Type, Details
Architectural StyleColonial Revival
Architectural Style, Details
Current UseSingle Family Dwelling
Current Use, Details
Original UseSingle Family Dwelling
Original Use, Details
Structural Condition
NeighborhoodMixed Use
Threats to Building
Site IntegrityOriginal Site
Date Moved
Year Built1940
Structural SystemWood Frame, Interlocking Joints
Structural System, Details
Photograph Available?
AlterationsResided: metal. Windows and doors have been replaced.
Date of Alterations

Significance
DescriptionTwo-story Colonial Revival style single family dwelling built in 1940; three bays wide and two bays deep. Wood frame structure with wood clapboard exterior, asphalt gable roof, and concrete foundation. Fully exposed brick endwall chimney; front gabled entrance porch with two Doric columns; window blinds. Wood frame garage built in 1940 also on site; Double stall side extension added; original one-stall, front gable wood clapboard.


Property16 Beaufort Road
MunicipalityGreenburgh
CommunityNA
Street Number16
Street AddressBeaufort Road

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Building TypeSingle Family Dwelling
Building Type, Details
Architectural StyleOther (describe)
Architectural Style, DetailsEnglish cottage
Current UseSingle Family Dwelling
Current Use, Details
Original UseSingle Family Dwelling
Original Use, Details
Structural Condition
NeighborhoodResidential
Threats to Building
Site IntegrityOriginal Site
Date Moved
Year Built1940
Structural SystemMasonry Load-Bearing
Structural System, Details
Photograph Available?
Alterations
Date of Alterations

Significance
DescriptionStructure is an English cottage style single-family dwelling built in 1940; three bays wide and two bays deep. House is within Saw Mill Valley of Greenburgh neighborhood. Masonry load-bearing structure with brick and wood shingled exterior, a slate gable roof, and a brick foundation. Painted brick center chimney; two front gabled dormers-wood shingled; door surround with dentiled cornice, plasters; door with twelve-light window, paneled below; arched window openings in brick lower section; white painted brick cladding. Extensively landscaped with variety of shrubs, specimine trees, flowers and ground covers; mature maples along front property line.


Property160 Delhi Road
MunicipalityGreenburgh
CommunityNA
Street Number160
Street AddressDelhi Road

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Building TypeSingle Family Dwelling
Building Type, Details
Architectural StyleColonial Dutch
Architectural Style, Details
Current UseSingle Family Dwelling
Current Use, Details
Original UseSingle Family Dwelling
Original Use, Details
Structural Condition
NeighborhoodResidential
Threats to Building
Site IntegrityOriginal Site
Date Moved
Year Built1929
Structural SystemWood Frame, Interlocking Joints
Structural System, Details
Photograph Available?
AlterationsWindows have been replaced.
Date of Alterations

Significance
DescriptionTwo-story Colonial Dutch Revival style single family dwelling built in 1929; four bays wide and two bays deep. Wood frame structure with wood clapboard exterior, asphalt gable roof, and a concrete foundation. Brick center chimney; false gambrel roof with front shed dormer, hipped pent roof at first floor; corner entrance porch left side, over one-stall front tuck-under garage; single battered post with mill work railing; two-story rear ell with shed roof; bay window first floor, side.


Property160 East Hartsdale Avenue
MunicipalityGreenburgh
CommunityHartsdale
Street Number160
Street AddressEast Hartsdale Avenue

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Architect
Builder
Building TypeMulti Family Dwelling
Building Type, Details
Architectural StyleOther (describe)
Architectural Style, DetailsArt Moderne
Current UseMulti Family Dwelling
Current Use, Details
Original UseMulti Family Dwelling
Original Use, Details
Structural Condition
NeighborhoodMixed Use
Threats to Building
Site IntegrityOriginal Site
Date Moved
Year Built1930
Structural SystemConcrete
Structural System, DetailsSteel
Photograph Available?
AlterationsDoors have been replaced.
Date of Alterations

Significance
DescriptionFive-story Art Moderne style multi-family dwelling built in 1930. Concrete and steel frame structure with brick exterior, flat roof, and brick faced concrete foundation. Identical to buildings at #150 and 170 East Hartsdale Ave; entrance surrounds with gauged brick and metal faux balcony above; terra cotta tiles and gauged and decorative brick inbetween floor and windows; corner windows with three iron rail balconies at roof level above each corner window bay; basement-level units at rear; tinted mortar. Landscaped front and side lawns with mature trees, ground level wood deck.


Property160 Juniper Road
MunicipalityGreenburgh
CommunityNA
Street Number160
Street AddressJuniper Road

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Architect
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Building TypeSingle Family Dwelling
Building Type, Details
Architectural StyleOther (describe)
Architectural Style, DetailsModern
Current UseSingle Family Dwelling
Current Use, Details
Original UseSingle Family Dwelling
Original Use, Details
Structural Condition
NeighborhoodResidential
Threats to Building
Site IntegrityOriginal Site
Date Moved
Year Built1957
Structural SystemWood Frame, Interlocking Joints
Structural System, Details
Photograph Available?
AlterationsOne-story rear kitchen addition, 1972.
Date of Alterations1972

Significance
DescriptionOne-story Modern ranch style single family dwelling built in 1957; five bays wide and three bays deep. Wood frame structure with brick exterior, asphalt gable roof, and concrete block foundation. Large brick center chimney; long low horizontal massing; F.L.Wright-influenced design; picture windows with vertical muntins; double-stall attached garage, left side.


Property160 Mendham Avenue
MunicipalityGreenburgh
CommunityHastings-on-Hudson
Street Number160
Street AddressMendham Avenue

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Architect
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Building TypeSingle Family Dwelling
Building Type, Details
Architectural StyleTudor Revival
Architectural Style, Details
Current UseMulti Family Dwelling
Current Use, Details
Original UseSingle Family Dwelling
Original Use, Details
Structural Condition
NeighborhoodResidential
Threats to Building
Site IntegrityOriginal Site
Date Moved
Year Built1928
Structural SystemWood Frame, Interlocking Joints
Structural System, Details
Photograph Available?
AlterationsDormer; deck/garage added in 1984.
Date of Alterations

Significance
DescriptionOne-story Tudor Revival style single family dwelling built in 1928; three bays wide and three bays deep. Wood frame structure with brick, stucco, and half-timber exterior, front gable asphalt roof, and concrete foundation. Exposed brick side wall chimney, left; segmentally-arched stone window surrounds; half-timbered treatment of gable end.


Property161 Fort Hill Road
MunicipalityGreenburgh
CommunityScarsdale
Street Number161
Street AddressFort Hill Road

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Architect
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Building TypeSingle Family Dwelling
Building Type, Details
Architectural StyleGothic Revival
Architectural Style, Details
Current UseSingle Family Dwelling
Current Use, Details
Original UseSingle Family Dwelling
Original Use, Details
Structural Condition
NeighborhoodResidential
Threats to Building
Site IntegrityOriginal Site
Date Moved
Year Built1860
Structural SystemWood Frame, Interlocking Joints
Structural System, Details
Photograph Available?
AlterationsResided with vinyl. Doors and some windows have been replaced.
Date of Alterations

Significance
DescriptionOne-and-one-half story Gothic Revival style single family dwelling built in 1860; four bays wide and three bays deep. Wood frame structure with board and batten exterior and cross-gable asphalt roof, and stone foundation. Square posts and scroll sawn braces on porches; window headers Gothic arched; transom over entrance door. Also on site is a barn built in 1940.


Property161 West Hartsdale Avenue
MunicipalityGreenburgh
CommunityHartsdale
Street Number161
Street AddressWest Hartsdale Avenue

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Architect
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Building TypeSingle Family Dwelling
Building Type, Details
Architectural StyleGothic Revival
Architectural Style, Details
Current UseSingle Family Dwelling
Current Use, Details
Original UseSingle Family Dwelling
Original Use, Details
Structural Condition
NeighborhoodResidential
Threats to Building
Site IntegrityOriginal Site
Date Moved
Year Built1880
Structural SystemWood Frame, Interlocking Joints
Structural System, Details
Photograph Available?
AlterationsOne-story sun porch, right, c. 1950; large exposed stone side wall chimney, right c. 1920; resided with stucco and wood shingles. Windows and doors have been replaced.
Date of Alterations

Significance
DescriptionTwo-story Gothic Revival style single family dwelling built in 1880; four bays wide and two bays deep. Wood frame structure with wood clapboard exterior, front gable asphalt roof, and stone foundation. Upright and wing form. Stone retaining wall along front property line with stone steps leading to entry from street. Two-story, two-stall wood frame garage also on site.


Property162 Worthington Road
MunicipalityGreenburgh
Community
Street Number162
Street AddressWorthington Road

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Building TypeSingle Family Dwelling
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Architectural StyleOther (describe)
Architectural Style, DetailsN/A
Current UseOther (describe)
Current Use, DetailsVacant
Original UseSingle Family Dwelling
Original Use, Details
Structural Condition
NeighborhoodResidential
Threats to Building
Site IntegrityOriginal Site
Date Moved
Year Built
Structural System
Structural System, Details
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Date of Alterations

Significance
DescriptionHouse has been demolished; 2.045 acre site. Stone wall along front property line with stone piers at driveway entrance and stone bridge over creek; mature deciduous trees along driveway.


Property168 Hartsdale Avenue
MunicipalityGreenburgh
CommunityNA
Street Number168
Street AddressHartsdale Avenue

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Building TypeSingle Family Dwelling
Building Type, Details
Architectural StyleOther (describe)
Architectural Style, DetailsThree bay
Current UseSingle Family Dwelling
Current Use, Details
Original UseSingle Family Dwelling
Original Use, Details
Structural Condition
NeighborhoodResidential
Threats to Building
Site IntegrityOriginal Site
Date Moved
Year Built1880
Structural SystemWood Frame, Interlocking Joints
Structural System, Details
Photograph Available?
AlterationsTwo-story rear extension (third bay) with elevated lean-to off it (concrete block foundation) c. 1950; resided with metal.
Date of Alterations

Significance
DescriptionTwo-story ‘Three Bay’ single family dwelling built in 1880; three bays wide and two bays deep. Wood frame structure with wood clapboard exterior, front gable asphalt roof, and stone foundation. Small brick center chimney; very simple workers type housing; porch with turned posts, spindled braces, millwork ballustrade.


Property169 Fort Hill Road
MunicipalityGreenburgh
CommunityScarsdale
Street Number169
Street AddressFort Hill Road

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Architect
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Building TypeSingle Family Dwelling
Building Type, Details
Architectural StyleFederal
Architectural Style, Details
Current UseSingle Family Dwelling
Current Use, Details
Original UseSingle Family Dwelling
Original Use, Details
Structural Condition
NeighborhoodResidential
Threats to Building
Site IntegrityMoved
Date Moved
Year Built1800
Structural SystemWood Frame, Interlocking Joints
Structural System, Details
Photograph Available?
Alterations
Date of Alterations

Significanceknown as the Old Jacob Stymus House; moved to this site from Irvington
DescriptionTwo-story Federal style single family dwelling built in 1800; five bays wide and two bays deep. Wood frame structure with wood clapboard exterior and asphalt gable roof.


Property17 Hadden Road
MunicipalityGreenburgh
CommunityScarsdale
Street Number17
Street AddressHadden Road

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Architect
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Building TypeSingle Family Dwelling
Building Type, Details
Architectural StyleTudor Revival
Architectural Style, Details
Current UseSingle Family Dwelling
Current Use, Details
Original UseSingle Family Dwelling
Original Use, Details
Structural Condition
NeighborhoodResidential
Threats to Building
Site IntegrityOriginal Site
Date Moved
Year Built1940
Structural SystemWood Frame, Interlocking Joints
Structural System, Details
Photograph Available?
Alterations
Date of Alterations

Significance
DescriptionTwo-story Tudor Revival style single family dwelling built in 1940; five bays. Wood frame structure with brick, stone, half-timber, and stucco exterior, cross-gable slate roof, and stone faced concrete foundation. Half-timber second floor and gable ends in front wall dormers with red brick between (common bond); Tudor arched front door with soldier course header; eight-light casement windows; screen porch on first level of left side ell with stucco and timbering on second floor above; hipped and shed roofed broken eave dormers on side; side tuck-under double garage; decorative brick work with herring bone and basket weave patterns between timbering; garrison second floor with brackets below. Circular driveway with stone retaining wall.


Property17 High Ridge Road
MunicipalityGreenburgh
CommunityNA
Street Number17
Street AddressHigh Ridge Road

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Architect
Builder
Building TypeSingle Family Dwelling
Building Type, Details
Architectural StyleColonial Revival
Architectural Style, Details
Current UseSingle Family Dwelling
Current Use, Details
Original UseSingle Family Dwelling
Original Use, Details
Structural Condition
NeighborhoodResidential
Threats to Building
Site IntegrityOriginal Site
Date Moved
Year Built1920
Structural SystemWood Frame, Interlocking Joints
Structural System, Details
Photograph Available?
Alterations
Date of Alterations

Significance
DescriptionOne-and-one-half story Colonial Revival style single family dwelling built in 1920; three bays. Wood frame structure with wood clapboard exterior, asphalt gable roof, and stone foundation. Exposed brick endwall chimney, left, between main house; one-story side ell; door surround with side lights, pilasters and ornamental sunburst header with keyblock; three gabled broken eave dormers on main house, one gabled dormer on attached double garage wing, recessed; six-over-six windows.


Property17 Tyler Place
MunicipalityGreenburgh
CommunityNA
Street Number17
Street AddressTyler Place

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Architect
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Building TypeSingle Family Dwelling
Building Type, Details
Architectural StyleColonial Revival
Architectural Style, Details
Current UseSingle Family Dwelling
Current Use, Details
Original UseSingle Family Dwelling
Original Use, Details
Structural Condition
NeighborhoodResidential
Threats to Building
Site IntegrityOriginal Site
Date Moved
Year Built1920
Structural SystemWood Frame, Interlocking Joints
Structural System, Details
Photograph Available?
Alterations
Date of Alterations

Significance
DescriptionTwo-story Colonial Revival style single family dwelling built in 1920; three bays wide and two bays deep. Wood frame structure with wood clapboard exterior, asphalt gable roof, and concrete foundation. Large exposed brick endwall chimney; front gabled front vestibule; pent roof between first and second floors; six-over-one windows with shutters, decorated cut outs in cross pattern. Wood frame garage also on site; one-stall, front gable; wood clapboard cladding.


Property170 East Hartsdale Avenue
MunicipalityGreenburgh
CommunityHartsdale
Street Number170
Street AddressEast Hartsdale Avenue

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Eligible for National Register?

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Architect
Builder
Building TypeMulti Family Dwelling
Building Type, Details
Architectural StyleOther (describe)
Architectural Style, DetailsArt Moderne
Current UseMulti Family Dwelling
Current Use, Details
Original UseMulti Family Dwelling
Original Use, Details
Structural Condition
NeighborhoodMixed Use
Threats to Building
Site IntegrityOriginal Site
Date Moved
Year Built1930
Structural SystemConcrete
Structural System, DetailsSteel
Photograph Available?
AlterationsDoors have been replaced.
Date of Alterations

Significance
DescriptionFive-story Art Moderne style multi-family dwelling built in 1930. Concrete and steel frame structure with brick exterior, flat roof, and brick faced concrete foundation. Identical to buildings at #150 and 160 East Hartsdale Ave; entrance surrounds with gauged brick and metal faux balcony above; terra cotta tiles and gauged and decorative brick inbetween floor and windows; corner windows with three iron rail balconies at roof level above each corner window bay; basement-level units at rear; tinted mortar. Landscaped front and side lawns with mature trees, ground level wood deck.


Property171 Forest Boulevard
MunicipalityGreenburgh
CommunityArdsley
Street Number171
Street AddressForest Boulevard

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Building TypeSingle Family Dwelling
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Architectural StyleOther (describe)
Architectural Style, DetailsCape Cod
Current UseSingle Family Dwelling
Current Use, Details
Original UseSingle Family Dwelling
Original Use, Details
Structural Condition
NeighborhoodResidential
Threats to Building
Site IntegrityOriginal Site
Date Moved
Year Built1955
Structural SystemWood Frame, Interlocking Joints
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AlterationsWindows have been replaced.
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Significance
DescriptionOne-story Cape Cod style single family dwelling built in 1955; three bays wide and two bays deep. Wood frame structure with asbestos exterior and asphalt gable roof. Very simple and small; exposed brick endwall chimney; one-stall side tuck-under garage, right.


Property175 Mountain Road
MunicipalityGreenburgh
CommunityIrvington
Street Number175
Street AddressMountain Road

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Building TypeSingle Family Dwelling
Building Type, Details
Architectural StyleQueen Anne
Architectural Style, Details
Current UseSingle Family Dwelling
Current Use, Details
Original UseSingle Family Dwelling
Original Use, Details
Structural Condition
NeighborhoodResidential
Threats to Building
Site IntegrityOriginal Site
Date Moved
Year Built1900
Structural SystemWood Frame, Interlocking Joints
Structural System, Details
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Significance
DescriptionTwo-story Queen Anne style single family dwelling built in 1900; two bays wide and four bays deep. Wood frame structure with wood novelty and wood shingle exterior, front gable asphalt roof, and stone and brick foundation. Brick interior chimney - 2; decorative shingles in front gable end and on gable side dormers; bay window on front facade first floor; two-over-two windows with blinds; basement level entrance, right side; dressed stone found with brick piers for front porch; porch has scroll sawn braces and brackets, turned posts and turned ballustrades. Stone retaining wall around side patio, low stone wall along driveway; Shed on site built in 1920; shed roof; board and batten siding added c. 1960.


Property175 Taxter Road
MunicipalityGreenburgh
CommunityIrvington
Street Number175
Street AddressTaxter Road

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Architect
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Building TypeMulti Family Dwelling
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Architectural StyleAmerican Four Square
Architectural Style, Details
Current UseMulti Family Dwelling
Current Use, Details
Original UseMulti Family Dwelling
Original Use, Details
Structural Condition
NeighborhoodResidential
Threats to Building
Site IntegrityOriginal Site
Date Moved
Year Built1910
Structural SystemWood Frame, Interlocking Joints
Structural System, Details
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AlterationsGarage attached to house and converted to living space.
Date of Alterations

Significance
DescriptionTwo-story American Four Square style multi-family dwelling built in 1910; four bays wide and two bays deep. Wood frame structure with stone and stucco exterior, hipped asphalt roof, and stone foundation. Brick center chimney; three front entrance doors with paired windows between; beaded joints on stone cladding; hipped front and side dormers; hipped roof front porch with Doric columns; rock faced concrete block porch with beaded joints; stone first floor cladding, stucco above; one-over-one windows; wide overhanging eaves; extravagant hipped roof rear garage ell with sharp point ball finial and flared eaves now living space.


Property175 West Hartsdale Avenue
MunicipalityGreenburgh
CommunityHartsdale
Street Number175
Street AddressWest Hartsdale Avenue

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Building TypeSingle Family Dwelling
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Architectural StyleItalianate
Architectural Style, Details
Current UseSingle Family Dwelling
Current Use, Details
Original UseSingle Family Dwelling
Original Use, Details
Structural Condition
NeighborhoodResidential
Threats to Building
Site IntegrityOriginal Site
Date Moved
Year Built1870
Structural SystemWood Frame, Interlocking Joints
Structural System, Details
Photograph Available?
AlterationsResided with metal. Windows have been replaced.
Date of Alterations

Significance
DescriptionTwo-story Italianate style single family dwelling built in 1870; three bays wide and three bays deep. Wood frame structure with wood clapboard exterior, gable roof, and stone foundation. Shallow gable roof; two-story box bay window, right side; porch with geometric frieze. Two-stall wood frame garage with hipped roof built in 1950 also on site. Stone retaining wall along front property line.


Property179 Jackson Avenue
MunicipalityGreenburgh
Community
Street Number179
Street AddressJackson Avenue

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Building TypeSingle Family Dwelling
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Architectural StyleGothic Revival
Architectural Style, Details
Current UseSingle Family Dwelling
Current Use, Details
Original UseSingle Family Dwelling
Original Use, Details
Structural Condition
NeighborhoodMixed Use
Threats to Building
Site IntegrityOriginal Site
Date Moved
Year Built1880
Structural SystemWood Frame, Interlocking Joints
Structural System, Details
Photograph Available?
AlterationsBars on windows; resided with metal. Windows and doors have been replaced.
Date of Alterations

Significance
DescriptionTwo-story Gothic Revival style single family dwelling built in 1880; three bays wide and three bays deep. Wood frame structure with wood clapboard exterior, front gable asphalt roof, and stone foundation. Decorative verge board and DGEVS; front porch with turned posts with scroll sawn braces and brackets, pendants and gabled feature over porch entrance; one-story rear lean-to.


Property18 Castle Walk
MunicipalityGreenburgh
CommunityNA
Street Number18
Street AddressCastle Walk

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Building TypeSingle Family Dwelling
Building Type, Details
Architectural StyleTudor Revival
Architectural Style, Details
Current UseSingle Family Dwelling
Current Use, Details
Original UseSingle Family Dwelling
Original Use, Details
Structural Condition
NeighborhoodResidential
Threats to Building
Site IntegrityOriginal Site
Date Moved
Year Built1910
Structural SystemMasonry Load-Bearing
Structural System, Details
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AlterationsSky light on rear roof. Some windows have been replaced.
Date of Alterations

Significance
DescriptionOne-and-one half story Tudor Revival style single family dwelling built in 1910; eight bays wide and three bays deep. Masonry load-bearing structure with a stone exterior, slate gabled roof, and a stone foundation. Two massive stone front wall chimneys, one of which is incorporated into front wall dormer; large stone endwall chimney; cross gabled wing at right end of house; gabled front and dormers; dressed stone siding with soldier courses over windows and door; front door surround with fluted pilasters; many original eight-over-eight windows; hipped rear dormer; shed roof rear dormer; two small lights in paneled front door; shed roof rear porch; secondary entrance on front façade with glassed storm doors; three-stall tuck-under garage with overhang doors. Antique cannon in front yard.


Property18 Lewis Avenue
MunicipalityGreenburgh
CommunityHartsdale
Street Number18
Street AddressLewis Avenue

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Building TypeSingle Family Dwelling
Building Type, Details
Architectural StyleColonial Revival
Architectural Style, Details
Current UseSingle Family Dwelling
Current Use, Details
Original UseSingle Family Dwelling
Original Use, Details
Structural Condition
NeighborhoodResidential
Threats to Building
Site IntegrityOriginal Site
Date Moved
Year Built1920
Structural SystemWood Frame, Interlocking Joints
Structural System, Details
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AlterationsRear wood deck.
Date of Alterations

Significance
DescriptionTwo-story Colonial Revival style single family dwelling built in 1920; three bays wide and three bays deep. Wood frame structure with wood shingle exterior, asphalt gable roof, and concrete foundation. Exposed brick endwall chimney; gabled entrance porch with square columns, plain pediment; four-over-one windows first floor; six-over-one windows second floor; door surround with half side lights; one-stall side tuck-under garage under one-story rear ell created by roof extension; secondary front entrance has shed roof canopy with wood bracket; two-story side ell, left; shed roofed side entrance vestibule.


Property18 Overton Road
MunicipalityGreenburgh
CommunityNA
Street Number18
Street AddressOverton Road

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Architect
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Building TypeSingle Family Dwelling
Building Type, Details
Architectural StyleQueen Anne
Architectural Style, Details
Current UseSingle Family Dwelling
Current Use, Details
Original UseSingle Family Dwelling
Original Use, Details
Structural Condition
NeighborhoodResidential
Threats to Building
Site IntegrityOriginal Site
Date Moved
Year Built1890
Structural SystemWood Frame, Interlocking Joints
Structural System, Details
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AlterationsSide shed-roofed porch; skylight. Some windows have been replaced.
Date of Alterations

Significance
DescriptionTwo-story Queen Anne style single family dwelling built in 1890; four bays wide and two bays deep. Wood frame structure with wodo clapboard exterior, front gable asphalt roof, and stone foundation. Side shed canopy; octagonal corner tower at second floor level (iver porch) with hipped roof; cross gabled side ells; double front doors with small high shingle lights with four panels below front porch with square posts, millwork railing; fish scale shingle in gable ends. Double stall wood frame garage built in 1980 also on site.


Property18 Scott Place
MunicipalityGreenburgh
CommunityHartsdale
Street Number18
Street AddressScott Place

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Architect
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Building TypeSingle Family Dwelling
Building Type, Details
Architectural StyleOther (describe)
Architectural Style, DetailsCape Cod
Current UseSingle Family Dwelling
Current Use, Details
Original Use
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Structural Condition
NeighborhoodResidential
Threats to Building
Site IntegrityOriginal Site
Date Moved
Year Built1938
Structural SystemWood Frame, Interlocking Joints
Structural System, Details
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AlterationsSkylight. Some windows have been replaced.
Date of Alterations

Significance
DescriptionOne-story Cape Cod style single family dwelling built in 1938; three bays wide and two bays deep. Wood frame structure with stone and wood shingle exterior, asphalt gable roof, and concrete block foundation. Brick interior chimney; two front gable dormers with six-over-six windows; cobblestone veneer on front façade.


Property18 Spring Street
MunicipalityGreenburgh
CommunityTarrytown
Street Number18
Street AddressSpring Street

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Building TypeSingle Family Dwelling
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Architectural StyleCraftsman
Architectural Style, Details
Current UseSingle Family Dwelling
Current Use, Details
Original UseSingle Family Dwelling
Original Use, Details
Structural Condition
NeighborhoodResidential
Threats to Building
Site IntegrityOriginal Site
Date Moved
Year Built1920
Structural SystemWood Frame, Interlocking Joints
Structural System, Details
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Significance
DescriptionOne-story Craftsman style single family dwelling built in 1920; three bays wide and two bays deep. Wood frame structure with wood shingle exterior and hipped asphalt roof. Exposed sidewall chimney, parged; hipped front dormer extending from roof peak; three-bay cener entrance front facade; small facia board. Wood frame garage built in 1920 on site. Front yard with white picket fence; driveway pavers.


Property18 Tanglewood Road
MunicipalityGreenburgh
CommunityNA
Street Number18
Street AddressTanglewood Road

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Building TypeSingle Family Dwelling
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Architectural StyleOther (describe)
Architectural Style, DetailsSpilt Level
Current UseSingle Family Dwelling
Current Use, Details
Original UseSingle Family Dwelling
Original Use, Details
Structural Condition
NeighborhoodResidential
Threats to Building
Site IntegrityOriginal Site
Date Moved
Year Built1959
Structural SystemWood Frame, Interlocking Joints
Structural System, Details
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AlterationsSome windows have been replaced.
Date of Alterations

Significanceone of the few intact split levels remaining in this S. Greenville neighborhood
DescriptionOne-and-one-half story Spilt Level style single family dwelling built in 1959; three bays wide and two bays deep. Wood frame structure with wood shingle exterior and front gable asphalt roof. Small brick rear wall chimney; front gabled two story section with front one-stall tuck-under garage; braced canopy over garage and basement-level entrance; brick cladding on basement level.


Property180 East Hartsdale Avenue
MunicipalityGreenburgh
CommunityHartsdale
Street Number180
Street AddressEast Hartsdale Avenue

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Architect
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Building TypeMulti Family Dwelling
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Architectural StyleOther (describe)
Architectural Style, DetailsModern
Current UseMulti Family Dwelling
Current Use, Details
Original UseMulti Family Dwelling
Original Use, Details
Structural Condition
NeighborhoodMixed Use
Threats to Building
Site IntegrityOriginal Site
Date Moved
Year Built1960
Structural SystemMasonry Load-Bearing
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Significance
DescriptionSix-story Modern style multi-family dwelling built in 1960l seven bays wide and nine bays deep. Masonry load-bearing structure with brick exterior, flat roof, and concrete foundation. Corner windows; stainless steel edged entrance canopy; thin concrete beltcourse along top and bottom of windows to create stong horizontal aspect.


Property180 West Hartsdale Avenue
MunicipalityGreenburgh
CommunityHartsdale
Street Number180
Street AddressWest Hartsdale Avenue

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Architect
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Building TypeSingle Family Dwelling
Building Type, Details
Architectural StyleGreek Revival
Architectural Style, Details
Current UseSingle Family Dwelling
Current Use, Details
Original UseSingle Family Dwelling
Original Use, Details
Structural Condition
NeighborhoodResidential
Threats to Building
Site IntegrityOriginal Site
Date Moved
Year Built1850
Structural SystemWood Frame, Interlocking Joints
Structural System, Details
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AlterationsAltered; parged with concrete; exposed brick endwall chimney, right (replaced small brick center chimney, now roofed over); resided with vinyl. Windows have been replaced and doors have been altered.
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Significance
DescriptionOne-and-one-half story Greek Revival style single family dwelling built in 1850; three bays wide and two bays deep. Wood frame structure with wood clapboard exterior, asphalt gable roof, and stone foundation. Small brick center chimney to rear of one that's been capped; single half-story window on front façade.


Property181 West Hartsdale Avenue
MunicipalityGreenburgh
CommunityHartsdale
Street Number181
Street AddressWest Hartsdale Avenue

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Architect
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Building TypeSingle Family Dwelling
Building Type, Details
Architectural StyleColonial Revival
Architectural Style, Details
Current UseSingle Family Dwelling
Current Use, Details
Original UseSingle Family Dwelling
Original Use, Details
Structural Condition
NeighborhoodResidential
Threats to Building
Site IntegrityOriginal Site
Date Moved
Year Built1880
Structural SystemWood Frame, Interlocking Joints
Structural System, Details
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AlterationsExposed br endwall chimneys, c. 1940.
Date of Alterations

Significance
DescriptionTwo-story Colonial Revival style single family dwelling built in 1880; five bays wide and two bays deep. Wood frame structure with wood clapboard exterior, asphalt gable roof, and stone foundation. Simple door surround; six-over-six windows. One-stall concrete block and stucco front gable garage built in 1960 also on site. Massive stone retaining wall along front property line; newer concrete steps leading up to house from street.


Property19 Cotswold Way
MunicipalityGreenburgh
CommunityNA
Street Number19
Street AddressCotswold Way

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Architect
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Building TypeSingle Family Dwelling
Building Type, Details
Architectural StyleTudor Revival
Architectural Style, Details
Current UseSingle Family Dwelling
Current Use, Details
Original UseSingle Family Dwelling
Original Use, Details
Structural Condition
NeighborhoodResidential
Threats to Building
Site IntegrityOriginal Site
Date Moved
Year Built1930
Structural SystemWood Frame, Interlocking Joints
Structural System, Details
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Date of Alterations

Significance
DescriptionTwo-story Tudor Revival style single family dwelling built in 1930; six bays wide and two bays deep. Wood frame exterior with a stone and brick exterior, hipped tile roof, and a concrete foundation. Angled footprint; large stone with brick articulated double flue front wall chimney; projecting, steeply pitched gabled entrance bay with oriel above arched front entrance; hipped dormers; multi-light leaded glass casement windows; attached two-stall garage. Stone wall along front property line with lantern-topped piers flanking two openings at driveway entrance; semi-circular driveway.


Property19 Lewis Avenue
MunicipalityGreenburgh
CommunityHartsdale
Street Number19
Street AddressLewis Avenue

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Architect
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Building TypeSingle Family Dwelling
Building Type, Details
Architectural StyleColonial Revival
Architectural Style, Details
Current UseSingle Family Dwelling
Current Use, Details
Original UseSingle Family Dwelling
Original Use, Details
Structural Condition
NeighborhoodResidential
Threats to Building
Site IntegrityOriginal Site
Date Moved
Year Built1920
Structural SystemWood Frame, Interlocking Joints
Structural System, Details
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AlterationsSecond floor sun room over original one-story sun room side ell.
Date of Alterations1950

Significance
DescriptionTwo-story Colonial Revival style single family dwelling built in 1920; two bays wide and three bays deep. Wood frame structure with wood shingle exterior, asphalt gable roof, and stone foundation. Brick center chimney; two front gable dormers; gabled entrance porch with arched ceiling, sunburst or sunflower decoration on gabled facia end and square posts; door surround; sun porch ell, right; one-story rear ell and small one-story side entrance vestibule.


Property19 Wellington Terrace
MunicipalityGreenburgh
CommunityNA
Street Number19
Street AddressWellington Terrace

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Architect
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Building TypeSingle Family Dwelling
Building Type, Details
Architectural StyleColonial Revival
Architectural Style, Details
Current UseSingle Family Dwelling
Current Use, Details
Original UseSingle Family Dwelling
Original Use, Details
Structural Condition
NeighborhoodResidential
Threats to Building
Site IntegrityOriginal Site
Date Moved
Year Built
Structural SystemWood Frame, Interlocking Joints
Structural System, Details
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AlterationsPartially resided with metal on side ell and gable ends; one-stall flat-roofed garage addition at front left corner. Windows and doors have been replaced.
Date of Alterations

Significance
DescriptionTwo-story Colonial Revival style single family dwelling; three bays wide and two bays deep. Wood frame structure with brick and wood shingle exterior, front gable asphalt roof, and concrete foundation. Pedimented door surround with fluted pilasters; window blinds; front gable dormer on recessed side ell.


Property19 Winding Road Farm
MunicipalityGreenburgh
CommunityArdsley
Street Number19
Street AddressWinding Road Farm

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Architect
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Building TypeSingle Family Dwelling
Building Type, Details
Architectural StyleColonial Revival
Architectural Style, Details
Current UseSingle Family Dwelling
Current Use, Details
Original UseSingle Family Dwelling
Original Use, Details
Structural Condition
NeighborhoodResidential
Threats to Building
Site IntegrityOriginal Site
Date Moved
Year Built1757
Structural SystemWood Frame, Interlocking Joints
Structural System, Details
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AlterationsMajor restoration in 2006; earlier expansions; large garage addition. Windows and doors have been replaced.
Date of Alterations

Significance
DescriptionOne-and-one-half story Colonial Revival style single family dwelling built in 1757; six bays wide and two bays deep. Wood frame structure with wood clapboard exterior, asphalt gable roof, and stone foundation. Two stone end wall chimneys (now interior); Doric columns on porch; six-over-six windows. Wood frame shed built in 1940 also on site; one-story; gable roof.


Property19 Woods End Lane
MunicipalityGreenburgh
CommunityHartsdale
Street Number19
Street AddressWoods End Lane

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Architect
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Building TypeSingle Family Dwelling
Building Type, Details
Architectural StyleColonial Revival
Architectural Style, Details
Current UseSingle Family Dwelling
Current Use, Details
Original UseSingle Family Dwelling
Original Use, Details
Structural Condition
NeighborhoodResidential
Threats to Building
Site IntegrityOriginal Site
Date Moved
Year Built1880
Structural SystemWood Frame, Interlocking Joints
Structural System, Details
Photograph Available?
AlterationsOne-story shed roof sun porch ell with one-stall tuck-under garage c. 1950. Doors and some windows have been replaced.
Date of Alterations

Significance
DescriptionTwo-story Colonial Revival style single family dwelling built in 1880; three bays wide and two bays deep. Wood frame structure with wood shingle exterior, asphalt gable roof, and stone foundation. Brick endwall chimney, right; door surround with narrow pilasters, four-light side lights; gabled porch canopy with arched ceiling, narrow paneled posts; stone window well walls. Flagstone walk.


Property190 Old Army Road
MunicipalityGreenburgh
CommunityEdgemont
Street Number190
Street AddressOld Army Road

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Building TypeSingle Family Dwelling
Building Type, Details
Architectural StyleFederal
Architectural Style, Details
Current UseSingle Family Dwelling
Current Use, Details
Original UseSingle Family Dwelling
Original Use, Details
Structural Condition
NeighborhoodResidential
Threats to Building
Site IntegrityOriginal Site
Date Moved
Year Built1820
Structural System
Structural System, Details
Photograph Available?
AlterationsRear deck added c. 2000
Date of Alterationsc. 2000

Significance
DescriptionTwo-story Federal style single family dwelling built in 1820; five bays wide and two bays deep. Wood shingle exterior, asphalt gable roof, and stone foundation. Brick interior chimney; bracketed eaves; six-over-six windows; porch with square posts, no railing; exposed basement level on side and rear; one-story gabled ell, left side; one-story box bay with hipped roof left sides. Two stall wood frame barn also on site. Stone wall along property line in front of house; natural granite obolisk at driveway entrance.


Property190 Warren Avenue
MunicipalityGreenburgh
CommunityNA
Street Number190
Street AddressWarren Avenue

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Building TypeSingle Family Dwelling
Building Type, Details
Architectural StyleGothic Revival
Architectural Style, Details
Current UseSingle Family Dwelling
Current Use, Details
Original UseSingle Family Dwelling
Original Use, Details
Structural Condition
NeighborhoodResidential
Threats to Building
Site IntegrityOriginal Site
Date Moved
Year Built1900
Structural SystemWood Frame, Interlocking Joints
Structural System, Details
Photograph Available?
AlterationsAltered: parged and painted; rear deck partially with faux stone on first floor front facade. Windows have been altered/ replaced and doors have been replaced.
Date of Alterations

Significance
DescriptionTwo-story Gothic Revival style single family dwelling built in 1900; three bays. Wood frame structure with wood shingle exterior, cross-gable asphalt roof, and stone foundation. Gabled front wall dormer; brick center chimeny; four-light attic window. Fenced rear yard.


Property191 White Plains Road
MunicipalityGreenburgh
CommunityTarrytown
Street Number191
Street AddressWhite Plains Road

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Building TypeSingle Family Dwelling
Building Type, Details
Architectural StyleAmerican Four Square
Architectural Style, Details
Current UseMulti Family Dwelling
Current Use, Details
Original UseSingle Family Dwelling
Original Use, Details
Structural Condition
NeighborhoodMixed Use
Threats to Building
Site IntegrityOriginal Site
Date Moved
Year Built1920
Structural SystemWood Frame, Interlocking Joints
Structural System, Details
Photograph Available?
AlterationsDoors and some windows have been replaced.
Date of Alterations

Significance
DescriptionTwo-story American Four Square single family dwelling, today used as a multi-family dwelling, built in 1920; three bays wide and three bays deep. Wood frame structure with stone exterior, hipped slate roof, and stone foundation. Front porch with paired Doric Columns, square ballustrades; hipped dormers front and side; rear porch with balcony above; exposed stone cladding on first floor painted wood shingles above; two-story bay window, right side; shed dormer on rear. Concrete block garage built in 1950 also on site; hipped roof; nine-light muntin windows. Sited on a prominence; concrete steps leading from Benedict Avenue to front entrance; large boulder outcroppings in front yard.


Property193 Old Army Road
MunicipalityGreenburgh
CommunityEdgemont
Street Number193
Street AddressOld Army Road

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Architect
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Building TypeSingle Family Dwelling
Building Type, Details
Architectural StyleOther (describe)
Architectural Style, DetailsClassical Revival
Current UseSingle Family Dwelling
Current Use, Details
Original UseSingle Family Dwelling
Original Use, Details
Structural Condition
NeighborhoodResidential
Threats to Building
Site IntegrityOriginal Site
Date Moved
Year Built1900
Structural SystemWood Frame, Interlocking Joints
Structural System, Details
Photograph Available?
AlterationsTwo-story rear addition with projecting one-story hipped at grade entry c. 2000.
Date of Alterationsc. 2000

Significance
DescriptionTwo-story Classical Revival style single family dwelling built in 1900; three bays wide and two bays deep. Wood frame structure with wood shingle exterior, hipped asphalt roof, and stone foundation. Hipped dormers front and sides; one-story bay window, left side; Doric columns on wrap-around porch; two-story side ell, right with one-story box bay extending right. Bedrock outcropping in front yard; low stone wall topped by wood privacy fence along front property line and stone piers at walkway and driveway entrances.


Property195 Old Army Road
MunicipalityGreenburgh
CommunityEdgemont
Street Number195
Street AddressOld Army Road

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Architect
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Building TypeSingle Family Dwelling
Building Type, Details
Architectural StyleFederal
Architectural Style, Details
Current UseSingle Family Dwelling
Current Use, Details
Original UseSingle Family Dwelling
Original Use, Details
Structural Condition
NeighborhoodResidential
Threats to Building
Site IntegrityOriginal Site
Date Moved
Year Built1820
Structural SystemWood Frame, Interlocking Joints
Structural System, Details
Photograph Available?
AlterationsAltered; parged w/conc.;
Date of Alterations

Significance
DescriptionTwo-story Federal style single family dwelling built in 1820; five bays. Wood frame structure with wood frame exterior, asphalt gable roof, and stone foundation. Two brick endwall chimneys, both sides; two-story stone recessed side ell (kitchen wing), left; two-story side ell, right; entrance porch with slim Doric columns, gabled roof, arched ceiling; door surround with fanlight transom and sidelights. Also on site is a wood frame barn.


Property195 Warren Avenue
MunicipalityGreenburgh
CommunityNA
Street Number195
Street AddressWarren Avenue

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Architect
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Building TypeSingle Family Dwelling
Building Type, Details
Architectural StyleOther (describe)
Architectural Style, DetailsUndecided
Current UseSingle Family Dwelling
Current Use, Details
Original UseSingle Family Dwelling
Original Use, Details
Structural Condition
NeighborhoodResidential
Threats to Building
Site IntegrityOriginal Site
Date Moved
Year Built1900
Structural SystemWood Frame, Interlocking Joints
Structural System, Details
Photograph Available?
AlterationsAltered; parged and textured; tuck-under garage c. 1950; resided vinyl. Windows and doors have been replaced.
Date of Alterations

Significance
DescriptionTwo-story single family dwelling built in 1900; two bays wide and three bays deep. Wood frame structure with wood clapboard exterior, asphalt gable roof, and stone foundation. Townhouse form.


Property197 Warren Avenue
MunicipalityGreenburgh
CommunityNA
Street Number197
Street AddressWarren Avenue

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Building TypeSingle Family Dwelling
Building Type, Details
Architectural StyleOther (describe)
Architectural Style, DetailsUndecided
Current UseSingle Family Dwelling
Current Use, Details
Original UseSingle Family Dwelling
Original Use, Details
Structural Condition
NeighborhoodResidential
Threats to Building
Site IntegrityOriginal Site
Date Moved
Year Built1900
Structural SystemWood Frame, Interlocking Joints
Structural System, Details
Photograph Available?
AlterationsAltered; parged and painted; massive rehabilitation- enclosed front porch with second floor addition above; resided metal. Windows have been altered and doors have been replaced.
Date of Alterations

Significance
DescriptionTwo-story single family dwelling built in 1900; three bays. Wood frame structure with wood clapboard exterior, front gable asphalt roof, and stone foundation. Small center chimney; gabled side dormer, left; one-story side ell; one-story rear lean-to.


Property2 Hillcrest Road
MunicipalityGreenburgh
CommunityHartsdale
Street Number2
Street AddressHillcrest Road

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Building TypeSingle Family Dwelling
Building Type, Details
Architectural StyleQueen Anne
Architectural Style, Details
Current UseSingle Family Dwelling
Current Use, Details
Original UseSingle Family Dwelling
Original Use, Details
Structural Condition
NeighborhoodResidential
Threats to Building
Site IntegrityOriginal Site
Date Moved
Year Built1890
Structural SystemWood Frame, Interlocking Joints
Structural System, Details
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AlterationsSide shed dormer; original tower roof removed.
Date of Alterations

Significance
DescriptionThree-story Queen Anne style single family dwelling built in 1890; two bays wide and four bays deep. Wood frame structure with wood clapboard and wood shingle exterior, front gable asphalt roof, and stone foundation. Bracketed eave; two-story octagonal corner tower with octagonal wrap porch extending from in on first floor level; oval windows first floor; door surround with two-light transom; Doric columns; stone piers. Sited on very steeply sloped lot; stone reatining walls and stairway walls leading from street to front entrance. Also on site is a stone overhang door garage built into the hillside in 1930.


Property2 Maple Avenue
MunicipalityGreenburgh
CommunityHartsdale
Street Number2
Street AddressMaple Avenue

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Architect
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Building TypeSingle Family Dwelling
Building Type, Details
Architectural StyleColonial Revival
Architectural Style, Details
Current UseSingle Family Dwelling
Current Use, Details
Original UseSingle Family Dwelling
Original Use, Details
Structural Condition
NeighborhoodResidential
Threats to Building
Site IntegrityOriginal Site
Date Moved
Year Built1910
Structural SystemWood Frame, Interlocking Joints
Structural System, Details
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AlterationsResided with asbestos shingles; concrete block piers on porch.
Date of Alterations

Significance
DescriptionTwo-story Colonial Revival style single family dwelling built in 1910; three bays wide and three bays deep. Wood frame structure with wood clapboard exterior, asphalt hipped roof, and concrete foundation. Small brick interior chimney; Four Square form; hipped dormers front, sides and rear; Ionic columns on piers (probably replacements) and spindled balustrade on wrap-around porch; six-over-one windows with louvered shutters. Cylindrical gazebo or well house; stone half wall with wood lattice above, hipped conical roof; intact. Wood frame barn (built 1910) with hipped roof and wall dormer also on site.


Property2 Mountain Road
MunicipalityGreenburgh
CommunityIrvington
Street Number2
Street AddressMountain Road

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Architect
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Building TypeMulti Family Dwelling
Building Type, Details
Architectural StyleOther (describe)
Architectural Style, DetailsUndecided
Current UseMulti Family Dwelling
Current Use, Details
Original UseMulti Family Dwelling
Original Use, Details
Structural Condition
NeighborhoodResidential
Threats to Building
Site IntegrityOriginal Site
Date Moved
Year Built1900
Structural SystemWood Frame, Interlocking Joints
Structural System, Details
Photograph Available?
AlterationsAltered; resided with stucco. Windows and doors have been replaced.
Date of Alterations

Significance
DescriptionTwo-story multi-family dwelling built in 1900; five bays wide and two bays deep. Wood frame structure with asphalt gable roof and stone foundation. Stucco etched to resemble stone.


Property2 Pineridge Road
MunicipalityGreenburgh
CommunityNA
Street Number2
Street AddressPineridge Road

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Architect
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Building TypeSingle Family Dwelling
Building Type, Details
Architectural StyleColonial Revival
Architectural Style, Details
Current Use
Current Use, Details
Original UseSingle Family Dwelling
Original Use, Details
Structural Condition
NeighborhoodResidential
Threats to Building
Site IntegrityOriginal Site
Date Moved
Year Built1929
Structural SystemWood Frame, Interlocking Joints
Structural System, Details
Photograph Available?
Alterations
Date of Alterations

Significance
DescriptionTwo-story Colonial Revival style single family dwelling built in 1929; five bays wide and two bays deep. Wood frame structure with brick and stucco exterior, slate gable roof, and concrete foundation. Four large brick chimneys incorporated into end walls, two per side; half circle attic windows; two-story side ell, left, with stucco cladding and front porch; central entrance with gabled porch roof, Doric columns; door surround with sidelights; three-stall attached garage.


Property2 Pomander Drive
MunicipalityGreenburgh
CommunityNA
Street Number2
Street AddressPomander Drive

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Architect
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Building TypeSingle Family Dwelling
Building Type, Details
Architectural StyleColonial Revival
Architectural Style, Details
Current UseSingle Family Dwelling
Current Use, Details
Original UseSingle Family Dwelling
Original Use, Details
Structural Condition
NeighborhoodResidential
Threats to Building
Site IntegrityOriginal Site
Date Moved
Year Built1940
Structural SystemWood Frame, Interlocking Joints
Structural System, Details
Photograph Available?
AlterationsLarge two-story rear extensions, vinyl sided, with cross gable roof, rear wall chimney and one-story shed lean-to with two-stall-tuck under garage; rear yard excavated for driveway and parking area; resided metal.
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Significance
DescriptionTwo-story Colonial Revival style single family dwelling built in 1940; three bays wide and two bays deep. Wood frame structure with wood clapboard exterior, asphalt gable roof, and concrete foundation. Exposed brick sidewall chimneys; dentiled cornice; front porch with gabled roof on two Doric columns, dentiled cornice, arched facia, eight-light glazed; one-story side ell with picture window (large window flanked by three-light sidelights); one-story rear ell with ; eight-over-one windows; side porch gabled canopy supported by scroll sawn brackets. Wood framed shed/pool house built in 1960 also on site. Vinyl fenced pool area; wood deck.


Property2 Stadium Road
MunicipalityGreenburgh
CommunityNA
Street Number2
Street AddressStadium Road

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Architect
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Building TypeEducation
Building Type, Details
Architectural Style
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Current UseSingle Family Dwelling
Current Use, Details
Original UseEducation
Original Use, Details
Structural Condition
NeighborhoodResidential
Threats to Building
Site IntegrityOriginal Site
Date Moved
Year Built1840
Structural SystemMasonry Load-Bearing
Structural System, Details
Photograph Available?
AlterationsWood shingled second floor added c. 1920; two small ells added, various renovations c. 1960; wood deck, 1996; brick painted. Some windows have been replaced.
Date of Alterations

SignificanceLittle evidence remains of original "Red Brick Schoolhouse" at Pine Tree Corners.
DescriptionTwo-story educational structure built in 1840; one bay wide and two bays deep. Masonry load-bearing structure with brick exterior, asphalt gable roof, and brick foundation. Brick center chimney. Wood frame shed built in 1990 also on site.


Property2 Vandelay Court
MunicipalityGreenburgh
CommunityNA
Street Number2
Street AddressVandelay Court

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Building TypeSingle Family Dwelling
Building Type, Details
Architectural StyleGothic Revival
Architectural Style, Details
Current UseSingle Family Dwelling
Current Use, Details
Original UseSingle Family Dwelling
Original Use, Details
Structural Condition
Neighborhood
Threats to Building
Site IntegrityOriginal Site
Date Moved
Year Built1860
Structural SystemWood Frame, Interlocking Joints
Structural System, Details
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AlterationsHouse reoriented with entrance now on rear façade; large two-story side ell with rear tuck-under garage and rear one-story ell; resided. Windows and doors have been replaced.
Date of Alterations

Significance
DescriptionTwo-story Gothic Revival style single family dwelling built in 1860; five bays wide and two bays deep. Wood frame structure with wood novelty exterior, asphalt gable roof, and stone foundation. Two brick chimneys; decorative shingles in gable ends.


Property20 Hickory Street
MunicipalityGreenburgh
CommunityNA
Street Number20
Street AddressHickory Street

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Building TypeSingle Family Dwelling
Building Type, Details
Architectural StyleGothic Revival
Architectural Style, Details
Current UseSingle Family Dwelling
Current Use, Details
Original UseSingle Family Dwelling
Original Use, Details
Structural Condition
NeighborhoodResidential
Threats to Building
Site IntegrityOriginal Site
Date Moved
Year Built1918
Structural SystemWood Frame, Interlocking Joints
Structural System, Details
Photograph Available?
AlterationsResided with metal. Some windows replaced.
Date of Alterations

Significance
DescriptionTwo-story Gothic Revival style single family dwelling built in 1918; three bays wide and two bays deep. Wood frame structure with wood shingle exterior, front gable asphalt roof, and stone foundation. Very simple workers housing type; hipped roof on front porch; some two-over-two windows.


Property20 Mountain Road
MunicipalityGreenburgh
CommunityIrvington
Street Number20
Street AddressMountain Road

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Building TypeSingle Family Dwelling
Building Type, Details
Architectural StyleGothic Revival
Architectural Style, Details
Current UseSingle Family Dwelling
Current Use, Details
Original UseSingle Family Dwelling
Original Use, Details
Structural Condition
NeighborhoodResidential
Threats to Building
Site IntegrityOriginal Site
Date Moved
Year Built1893
Structural SystemWood Frame, Interlocking Joints
Structural System, Details
Photograph Available?
AlterationsWindows have been replaced.
Date of Alterations

Significance
DescriptionTwo-story Gothic Revival style single family dwelling built in 1893; three bays wide and two bays deep. Wood frame structure with wood shingle exterior, cross gable asphalt roof, and stone foundation. Brick center chimney; porch has turned columns, scroll sawn braces and millwork railing. Wood frame barn built in 1893 also on site.


Property20 Paxford Lane
MunicipalityGreenburgh
CommunityNA
Street Number20
Street AddressPaxford Lane

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Building TypeSingle Family Dwelling
Building Type, Details
Architectural StyleTudor Revival
Architectural Style, Details
Current UseSingle Family Dwelling
Current Use, Details
Original UseSingle Family Dwelling
Original Use, Details
Structural Condition
NeighborhoodResidential
Threats to Building
Site IntegrityOriginal Site
Date Moved
Year Built1930
Structural SystemWood Frame, Interlocking Joints
Structural System, Details
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DescriptionTwo-story Tudor Revival style single family dwelling built in 1930; six bays wide and three bays deep. Wood frame structure with stone, wood, half-timber and stucco exterior, slate gable roof, and stone faced concrete foundation. Graduated slate roof; central tower on front facade with dressed stone cladding and conical slate roof with metal final; half-timbering on second floor; arched door openings; multipaned casement windows and leaded diamond-paned casement windows; shed roof front dormers; front porch created with second floor overhang.


Property20 Woodfield Terrace
MunicipalityGreenburgh
CommunityTarrytown
Street Number20
Street AddressWoodfield Terrace

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Building TypeSingle Family Dwelling
Building Type, Details
Architectural StyleOther (describe)
Architectural Style, DetailsModern
Current UseSingle Family Dwelling
Current Use, Details
Original UseSingle Family Dwelling
Original Use, Details
Structural Condition
NeighborhoodMixed Use
Threats to Building
Site IntegrityOriginal Site
Date Moved
Year Built1940
Structural SystemWood Frame, Interlocking Joints
Structural System, Details
Photograph Available?
AlterationsPossibly resided with stucco. Some windows have been replaced.
Date of Alterations

Significance
DescriptionTwo-story Modern style single family dwelling built in 1940; two bays wide and three bays deep. Wood frame structure with hipped asphalt roof and concrete foundation. Wide overhanging eaves, horizontal massing; original front door with one-light window over three horizontal panels; grouping of five windows on second floor front façade. Wood frame garage built in 1940 also on site; one-stall hipped roof, matches house with stucco siding. Large stone retaining wall along front property line with stone steps up to front entrance.


Property200 Central Park Avenue
MunicipalityGreenburgh
CommunityHartsdale
Street Number200
Street AddressCentral Park Avenue

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Architect
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Building TypeEducation
Building Type, Details
Architectural StyleGothic Revival
Architectural Style, Details
Current UseEducation
Current Use, Details
Original UseEducation
Original Use, Details
Structural Condition
NeighborhoodMixed Use
Threats to Building
Site IntegrityOriginal Site
Date Moved
Year Built1938
Structural SystemMasonry Load-Bearing
Structural System, Details
Photograph Available?
AlterationsRenovated for commercial use 1985; main entrance infilled with transom window replaced.
Date of Alterations

Significance
DescriptionTwo-story Gothic Revival-Collegiate style educational building built in 1938; seven bays. Masonry load-bearing structure with brick and stone exterior, slate gable roof, and a stone-facd concrete foundation. Large rear wall chimney; four front hipped dormers; projecting main entrance bay with gabled parapet wall, Gothic arched transom with multiple carved limestone moldings over door, bas relief at either end, dressed stone surround, triple Gothic arched windows above, double entry stair and carved limestone band over door: "Hartsdale Public School"; Secondary entrance in projecting gabled bay (basement level) with carved limestone: "The quest for education must be an endless one"; limestone door and window surrounds throughbout; raised basement with limestone watertable; date stone: "1938." Front lawn is now Webb Park; flag pole on stone base with bronze plaque: "Dedicated by the community of Hartsdale in honor of its men and women who have served in the armed forces of our country and in memory of those who have made the supreme sacrifice. Erected 1951."


Property200 Old Tarrytown Road
MunicipalityGreenburgh
CommunityNA
Street Number200
Street AddressOld Tarrytown Road

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Architect
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Building TypeSingle Family Dwelling
Building Type, Details
Architectural StyleColonial Revival
Architectural Style, Details
Current UseOther (describe)
Current Use, DetailsCamp
Original UseSingle Family Dwelling
Original Use, Details
Structural Condition
NeighborhoodResidential
Threats to Building
Site IntegrityOriginal Site
Date Moved
Year Built1880
Structural SystemWood Frame, Interlocking Joints
Structural System, Details
Photograph Available?
AlterationsWindows have been altered and doors have been replaced.
Date of Alterations

Significance
DescriptionTwo-story Colonial Revival style single family dwelling, today used as a camp, built in 1880; seven bays wide and one bay deep. Wood frame structure with wood shingle exterior, asphalt gable roof, and stone foundation. Brick interior chimney; one-story rear lean-to; exterior access to cellar. Also on site is a wood frame barn; gambrel roof; vertical wood siding; 1.5 ell off left; one-story other - greenhouse frame work numerous; camp bldgsStone wall along front property line.


Property201 Taxter Road
MunicipalityGreenburgh
CommunityIrvington
Street Number201
Street AddressTaxter Road

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Building TypeSingle Family Dwelling
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Architectural StyleOther (describe)
Architectural Style, DetailsUndecided
Current UseSingle Family Dwelling
Current Use, Details
Original UseSingle Family Dwelling
Original Use, Details
Structural Condition
NeighborhoodResidential
Threats to Building
Site IntegrityOriginal Site
Date Moved
Year Built1910
Structural SystemWood Frame, Interlocking Joints
Structural System, Details
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AlterationsPartially resided with stucco and wood shakes.
Date of Alterations

Significance
DescriptionTwo-story single family dwelling built in 1910; three bays deep. Wood frame structure with wood shingle exterior, front gable asphalt roof, and stone foundation. Exposed brick side wall chimney. Wood frame garage built in 1940 also on site; two-stall; front gable; swing doors intact. House now has its rear facade to Taxter Road garage access from this street but actual access is off Shaw Lane.


Property202 Clayton Road
MunicipalityGreenburgh
CommunityScarsdale
Street Number202
Street AddressClayton Road

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Building TypeSingle Family Dwelling
Building Type, Details
Architectural StyleColonial Revival
Architectural Style, Details
Current UseSingle Family Dwelling
Current Use, Details
Original UseSingle Family Dwelling
Original Use, Details
Structural Condition
NeighborhoodResidential
Threats to Building
Site IntegrityOriginal Site
Date Moved
Year Built1940
Structural SystemWood Frame, Interlocking Joints
Structural System, Details
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AlterationsOne-and-one-half-story recessed side ell, left, with front gable dormer.
Date of Alterations

Significance
DescriptionTwo-story Colonial Revival style single family dwelling built in 1940; three bays wide and two bays deep. Wood frame structure with a stone and wood clapboard exterior, asphalt gable roof, and a concrete foundation. Exposed and painted brick endwall chimney, right side; stone cladding on first floor front facade with stone pilasters at corners; shed roofed side porch ell, right; eight-over-eight windows, arched openings on first floor; bay window left of entrance with scalloped decoration on header; door surround with pilasters, broken pediment with finial.


Property208 Beverly Road
MunicipalityGreenburgh
CommunityNA
Street Number208
Street AddressBeverly Road

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Building TypeSingle Family Dwelling
Building Type, Details
Architectural StyleColonial Revival
Architectural Style, Details
Current UseSingle Family Dwelling
Current Use, Details
Original UseSingle Family Dwelling
Original Use, Details
Structural Condition
NeighborhoodResidential
Threats to Building
Site IntegrityOriginal Site
Date Moved
Year Built1938
Structural SystemWood Frame
Structural System, Details
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AlterationsGarage converted to living space in 1989; resided with metal. Windows replaced.
Date of Alterations1989

Significance
DescriptionOne-and-one-half story Colonial Revival style single family dwelling built in 1938; five bays wide and three bays deep. Wood frame structure with wood clapboard exterior, asphalt gable roof, and a concrete foundation. Brick center chimney; screened entrance porch with shallow arcade - extends to left of house; projecting front gabled center bay with bay window; front gable broken eave dormers to left of center bay, front gable dormer to right.


Property209 Warren Avenue
MunicipalityGreenburgh
CommunityNA
Street Number209
Street AddressWarren Avenue

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Building TypeSingle Family Dwelling
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Architectural StyleOther (describe)
Architectural Style, DetailsClassical Revival
Current UseSingle Family Dwelling
Current Use, Details
Original UseSingle Family Dwelling
Original Use, Details
Structural Condition
NeighborhoodResidential
Threats to Building
Site IntegrityOriginal Site
Date Moved
Year Built1900
Structural SystemWood Frame, Interlocking Joints
Structural System, Details
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AlterationsResided: metal. Windows and doors have been replaced.
Date of Alterations

Significance
DescriptionTwo-story Classical Revival style single family dwelling built in 1900; two bays wide and three bays deep. Wood frame structure with wood clapboard exterior, front gable asphalt roof, and stone and brick foundation. Brick center chimney; gabled side dormers; one-story rear lean-to; front porch with hipped roof, large square posts on kneewall; exterior access to cellar.


Property21 Chedworth @ Hadden
MunicipalityGreenburgh
CommunityScarsdale
Street Number21
Street AddressChedworth @ Hadden

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Building TypeSingle Family Dwelling
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Architectural StyleOther (describe)
Architectural Style, DetailsEnglish Cottage
Current UseSingle Family Dwelling
Current Use, Details
Original UseSingle Family Dwelling
Original Use, Details
Structural Condition
NeighborhoodResidential
Threats to Building
Site IntegrityOriginal Site
Date Moved
Year Built1927
Structural SystemWood Frame, Interlocking Joints
Structural System, Details
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AlterationsOne-story rear ell added in 1997.
Date of Alterations1997

Significance
DescriptionOne-and-one-half-story English Cottage style single family dwelling built in 1927; five stories wide and two bays deep. Wood frame structure with a stone exterior, slate gable roof, and concrete foundation. Stone interior chimney; stone end wall chimney, left; two front gable broken eave dormers with sets of three casement windows; rear gable wall dormers; one-story side ell, left; one-and-one-half-story side ell, right, with lower gable roof; limestone window and door headers, serpentine carving of door header; eight-light metal casement windows; rear one-stall tuck-under garage.


Property21 Mountain Road
MunicipalityGreenburgh
CommunityIrvington
Street Number21
Street AddressMountain Road

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Building TypeSingle Family Dwelling
Building Type, Details
Architectural StyleGothic Revival
Architectural Style, Details
Current UseSingle Family Dwelling
Current Use, Details
Original UseSingle Family Dwelling
Original Use, Details
Structural Condition
NeighborhoodResidential
Threats to Building
Site IntegrityOriginal Site
Date Moved
Year Built1880
Structural SystemWood Frame, Interlocking Joints
Structural System, Details
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AlterationsOne-and-one-half story rear ell with one-story rear extension off it; resided with vinyl; porch mostly enclosed.
Date of Alterations

Significance
DescriptionTwo-story Gothic Revival style single family dwelling built in 1880; three bays wide and one bay deep. Wood frame structure with wood clapboard and shingle exterior, front gable asphalt roof, and brick foundation. Small brick center chimney.


Property21 Ridge Road
MunicipalityGreenburgh
CommunityHartsdale
Street Number21
Street AddressRidge Road

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Building TypeSingle Family Dwelling
Building Type, Details
Architectural StyleCraftsman
Architectural Style, Details
Current UseSingle Family Dwelling
Current Use, Details
Original UseSingle Family Dwelling
Original Use, Details
Structural Condition
NeighborhoodResidential
Threats to Building
Site IntegrityOriginal Site
Date Moved
Year Built1922
Structural SystemWood Frame, Interlocking Joints
Structural System, Details
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AlterationsFront entrance vestibule with shed roof c. 1980; rear extension with chimney c. 1990. Doors have been replaced.
Date of Alterations

Significance
DescriptionOne-and-one-half story Craftsman style single family dwelling built in 1922; two bays wide and two bays deep. Wood frame structure with wood clapboard exterior, asphalt gable roof, and stone foundation. Projecting cross gabled front and rear ells; paired six-over-six windows.


Property211 Taxter Road
MunicipalityGreenburgh
CommunityIrvington
Street Number211
Street AddressTaxter Road

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Building Type
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Architectural StyleItalianate
Architectural Style, Details
Current UseSingle Family Dwelling
Current Use, Details
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Structural Condition
NeighborhoodResidential
Threats to Building
Site IntegrityOriginal Site
Date Moved
Year Built1870
Structural SystemWood Frame, Interlocking Joints
Structural System, Details
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AlterationsResided with stucco. Windows and doors have been replaced.
Date of Alterations

Significance
DescriptionTwo-story Italianate style single family dwelling built in 1870; three bays. Wood frame structure with brick exterior, shed roof, and stone foundation. One-story side ell, left; paneled cornice; exposed basement level at front. Concrete block garage built in 1980 also on site; double stall; front gable. Wood privacy fence along front property line; stone retaining walls in side yard; stone steps up to side/rear yard from street.


Property212-218 Hartsdale Avenue
MunicipalityGreenburgh
CommunityNA
Street Number212-218
Street AddressHartsdale Avenue

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Building TypeCommercial
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Architectural StyleTudor Revival
Architectural Style, Details
Current UseCommercial
Current Use, Details
Original UseCommercial
Original Use, Details
Structural Condition
NeighborhoodMixed Use
Threats to Building
Site IntegrityOriginal Site
Date Moved
Year Built1920
Structural SystemMasonry Load-Bearing
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DescriptionTwo-story Tudor Revival commercial structure built in 1920; three bays wide and one bay deep. Masonry load-bearing structure with brick exterior, flat roof, and brick faced concrete foundation. Ogee arched fanlight transoms over three first floor storefronts.


Property217 Warren Avenue
MunicipalityGreenburgh
CommunityNA
Street Number217
Street AddressWarren Avenue

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Building TypeSingle Family Dwelling
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Architectural StyleOther (describe)
Architectural Style, DetailsUndecided
Current UseSingle Family Dwelling
Current Use, Details
Original UseSingle Family Dwelling
Original Use, Details
Structural Condition
NeighborhoodResidential
Threats to Building
Site IntegrityOriginal Site
Date Moved
Year Built1900
Structural SystemWood Frame, Interlocking Joints
Structural System, Details
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AlterationsAltered: parged with concrete; resided metal. Doors and some windows have been replaced.
Date of Alterations

Significance
DescriptionTwo-story single family dwelling built in 1900; two bays wide and three bays deep. Wood frame structure with wood clapboard exterior, front gable asphalt roof, and stone foundation. Very simple, no architectural decor; hipped porch roof with side section enclose. Concrete block garage built in 1950 also on site; front gable, one-stall garage.


Property217-221 East Hartsdale Avenue
MunicipalityGreenburgh
CommunityHartsdale
Street Number217-221
Street AddressEast Hartsdale Avenue

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Building TypeCommercial
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Architectural StyleOther (describe)
Architectural Style, DetailsModern
Current UseCommercial
Current Use, Details
Original UseCommercial
Original Use, Details
Structural Condition
NeighborhoodMixed Use
Threats to Building
Site IntegrityOriginal Site
Date Moved
Year Built1950
Structural SystemMasonry Load-Bearing
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DescriptionTwo-story Modern style commercial structure built in 1950; three bays wide and three bays deep. Masonry load-bearing structure, brick exterior, flat roof and concrete foundation. Granite base; entry porches created by recessed doors; angled storefront windows, aluminum framed glass doors with transoms; second floor windows grouped; five-eight-five.


Property22 Barford Lane
MunicipalityGreenburgh
CommunityNA
Street Number22
Street AddressBarford Lane

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Building TypeSingle Family Dwelling
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Architectural StyleOther (describe)
Architectural Style, DetailsModern Spilt Level
Current UseSingle Family Dwelling
Current Use, Details
Original UseSingle Family Dwelling
Original Use, Details
Structural Condition
NeighborhoodResidential
Threats to Building
Site IntegrityOriginal Site
Date Moved
Year Built1970
Structural SystemWood Frame
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DescriptionOne-and-a-half story modern spilt level single family dwelling built in 1970. Wood frame structure with brick and vertical board exterior, asphalt roof, and a stone foundation. Multiple shed, flat and porch created by recessed door with roof overhang; rectangular transom over entrance, sidelights; double front tuck-under garage, left side; angled recessed bay on right side. Stone faced retaining wall on front and side yards.


Property22 Chedworth Road
MunicipalityGreenburgh
CommunityScarsdale
Street Number22
Street AddressChedworth Road

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Building TypeSingle Family Dwelling
Building Type, Details
Architectural StyleTudor Revival
Architectural Style, Details
Current UseSingle Family Dwelling
Current Use, Details
Original UseSingle Family Dwelling
Original Use, Details
Structural Condition
NeighborhoodResidential
Threats to Building
Site IntegrityOriginal Site
Date Moved
Year Built1929
Structural SystemWood Frame, Interlocking Joints
Structural System, Details
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AlterationsRear porch enclosed 1981; deck 1985.
Date of Alterations1981, 1985

Significance
DescriptionTwo-story Tudor Revival style single family dwelling built in 1929; six bays wide and three bays deep. Wood frame structure with a stone, stucco, timber, and wood clapboard exterior, hipped slate roof, and concrete block foundation. One-and-one-half-story stone tower with conical roof at center of front façade with tall diamond paned windows, vertically arranged; two hipped front dormers to left of tower with waney edged cladding and multipaned leaded glass casement windows; stone cladding with brick accents on first floor front facade, half-timber treatment of second floor; brick window lintels; arched entrance porch with recessed door to right of tower; one-stall side tuck-under garage.


Property22 Hickory Street
MunicipalityGreenburgh
CommunityNA
Street Number22
Street AddressHickory Street

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Building TypeSingle Family Dwelling
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Architectural StyleColonial Dutch
Architectural Style, Details
Current UseSingle Family Dwelling
Current Use, Details
Original UseSingle Family Dwelling
Original Use, Details
Structural Condition
NeighborhoodResidential
Threats to Building
Site IntegrityOriginal Site
Date Moved
Year Built1925
Structural SystemWood Frame, Interlocking Joints
Structural System, Details
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Alterationsresided w/metal
Date of Alterations

Significance
DescriptionOne-story Dutch Colonial Revival style single family dwelling built in 1925; two bays wide and three bays deep. Wood frame structure with wood shingle exterior, false gambrel (gable) asphalt roof, and concrete foundation. Exposed brick side wall chimney; house oriented with gambrel end to street; false shed dormers, both sides; projecting one-story entrance vestibule bay with front pedimented gable roof; one-story sunroom side ell, left with hipped roof. Wood picket fence along front property line.


Property22 Maple Avenue
MunicipalityGreenburgh
CommunityHartsdale
Street Number22
Street AddressMaple Avenue

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Building TypeSingle Family Dwelling
Building Type, Details
Architectural StyleCraftsman
Architectural Style, Details
Current UseSingle Family Dwelling
Current Use, Details
Original UseSingle Family Dwelling
Original Use, Details
Structural Condition
NeighborhoodResidential
Threats to Building
Site IntegrityOriginal Site
Date Moved
Year Built1907
Structural SystemWood Frame, Interlocking Joints
Structural System, Details
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AlterationsResided with asbestos shingles.
Date of Alterations

Significance
DescriptionTwo-story Craftsman style single family dwelling built in 1907; three bays wide and three bays deep. Wood frame structure with wood clapboard exterior, asphalt gable roof, and stone foundation. Bungaloid form; two exposed brick end wall chimneys, one right front, one left rear; wide overhanging eaves; Gothic arched eave boards on gable ends; large front gabled wall dormer with brackets at corners; stone piers with Ionic columns atop and spindled ballustrade on front porch; door surround with sidelights; sash windows with diamond panes on upper sash over single light. Wood frame barn built in 1907 also on site.


Property22 Maple Street
MunicipalityGreenburgh
CommunityHartsdale
Street Number22
Street AddressMaple Street

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Building TypeSingle Family Dwelling
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Current UseSingle Family Dwelling
Current Use, Details
Original UseSingle Family Dwelling
Original Use, Details
Structural Condition
NeighborhoodResidential
Threats to Building
Site IntegrityOriginal Site
Date Moved
Year Built1900
Structural SystemWood Frame, Interlocking Joints
Structural System, Details
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AlterationsSide one-story lean-to; resided metal on side and rear and zip stone (faux stone) on front façade. Some windows and doors have been replaced.
Date of Alterations

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DescriptionTwo-story single family dwelling built in 1900; two bays wide and three bays deep. Wood frame structure with wood clapboard exterior, front gable asphalt roof, and stone foundation. Small brick center chimney.


Property22 North Washington Avenue
MunicipalityGreenburgh
CommunityHartsdale
Street Number22
Street AddressNorth Washington Avenue

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Building TypeSingle Family Dwelling
Building Type, Details
Architectural StyleGreek Revival
Architectural Style, Details
Current UseSingle Family Dwelling
Current Use, Details
Original UseSingle Family Dwelling
Original Use, Details
Structural Condition
NeighborhoodResidential
Threats to Building
Site IntegrityOriginal Site
Date Moved
Year Built1850
Structural SystemWood Frame, Interlocking Joints
Structural System, Details
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AlterationsSkylight; two-story cross-gabled rear ell off right rear corner; resided with vinyl. Windows and doors have been replaced.
Date of Alterations

Significance
DescriptionOne-and-one-half story Greek Revival style single family dwelling built in 1850; three bays wide and three bays deep. Wood frame structure with wood clapboard exterior, asphalt gable roof, and stone foundation. Two brick endwall chimneys, each side; cornices wrap around to gable ends; one-and-one-half story rear ell with cross gable. Stone retaining wall in front of house; wood privacy fence. Also on site is a wood frame garage: one-stall; front gable; board and batten siding, side lean-to; intact swing doors each with 6-light windows.


Property22 West Hartsdale Avenue
MunicipalityGreenburgh
CommunityHartsdale
Street Number22
Street AddressWest Hartsdale Avenue

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Building TypeSingle Family Dwelling
Building Type, Details
Architectural StyleGothic Revival
Architectural Style, Details
Current UseSingle Family Dwelling
Current Use, Details
Original UseSingle Family Dwelling
Original Use, Details
Structural Condition
NeighborhoodMixed Use
Threats to Building
Site IntegrityOriginal Site
Date Moved
Year Built1880
Structural SystemWood Frame, Interlocking Joints
Structural System, Details
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AlterationsBasement level garage, one-stall, off rear c. 1950; resided with asbestos. Windows have been replaced.
Date of Alterations

Significance
DescriptionTwo-story Gothic Revival style single family dwelling built in 1880; three bays wide and two bays deep. Wood frame structure with wood clapboard exterior, front gable asphalt roof, and stone foundation. Small brick center chimney; two-story side ell, right with flat roof (or "mini mansard"); rear one-story lean-to.


Property221 Old Army Road
MunicipalityGreenburgh
CommunityEdgemont
Street Number221
Street AddressOld Army Road

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Building TypeSingle Family Dwelling
Building Type, Details
Architectural StyleColonial Revival
Architectural Style, Details
Current UseSingle Family Dwelling
Current Use, Details
Original UseSingle Family Dwelling
Original Use, Details
Structural Condition
NeighborhoodResidential
Threats to Building
Site IntegrityOriginal Site
Date Moved
Year Built1740
Structural SystemWood Frame, Interlocking Joints
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Alterations
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SignificanceIsrael Hunt House; property bought by Richard Morris from Committee of Forfeiture in 1790; house is oriented to side yard rather than Old Army Road.
DescriptionTwo-story Colonial style single family dwelling built in 1740; four bays wide and two bays deep. Wood frame structure with wood clapboard exterior, wood shingle gable roof, and stone foundation. Brick interior chimney on main section; two-story recessed side wall with large exposed brick endwall chimney, left; windows: twelve-over-twelve first floor; eight-light double casement second floor all with shutters solid or low view; two-story bay window on right side façade. Also on site is a wood frame barn built in 1880; two-story gable overhang doors installed and adapted to living space, second floor; one-story shed with wood shingle gable roof; brick endwall chimney c. 1800; well house. Natural granite obelisk at driveway entrance, cobblestones in driveway entrance.


Property221 Poe Street
MunicipalityGreenburgh
CommunityHartsdale
Street Number221
Street AddressPoe Street

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Building TypeSingle Family Dwelling
Building Type, Details
Architectural StyleBungalow
Architectural Style, Details
Current Use
Current Use, Details
Original UseSingle Family Dwelling
Original Use, Details
Structural Condition
NeighborhoodResidential
Threats to Building
Site IntegrityOriginal Site
Date Moved
Year Built1934
Structural SystemWood Frame, Interlocking Joints
Structural System, Details
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AlterationsResided with vinyl; rear wood deck, 1993. Some windows have been replaced.
Date of Alterations

Significance
DescriptionOne-story Bungalow style single family dwelling built in 1934; three bays wide and two bays deep. Wood frame structure with wood shingle exterior, asphalt gable roof, and stone foundation. Exposed brick end wall chimney, right; front shed dormer; battered kneewall on front porch and entrance stair side walls; square porch posts atop kneewall. Double stall wood frame garage built in 1934 also on site.


Property222 West Hartsdale Avenue
MunicipalityGreenburgh
CommunityHartsdale
Street Number222
Street AddressWest Hartsdale Avenue

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Building TypeOther (describe)
Building Type, DetailsSeminary residence
Architectural StyleTudor Revival
Architectural Style, DetailsEnglish Cottage
Current UseReligious
Current Use, Details
Original UseOther (describe)
Original Use, DetailsSeminary residence
Structural Condition
NeighborhoodResidential
Threats to Building
Site IntegrityOriginal Site
Date Moved
Year Built1917
Structural SystemMasonry Load-Bearing
Structural System, Details
Photograph Available?
AlterationsConcrete block. Windows and doors have been replaced.
Date of Alterations

SignificanceSt. Josephs Society founded in Mill Hill England, after which place is named; remains in original use
DescriptionTwo-story Tudor Revival/ English Cottage style seminary residence built in 1917; seven bays wide and three bays deep. Masonry load-bearing structure with stone exterior, slate gable roof, and stone foundation. Three large stone chimneys integrated into stone endwall facades of projecting front gabled two-story entrance vestibule; two front gable dormers; limestone door surround with pilasters, Roman arched molding with key stone bracket and medallions with dated carved "1917." Stone garage also on site; double garage; flat roof; stone connected to house with wall; intact six-light windows. Stone walls along front and side property lines; stone piers at corners and entrance to driveway, circular in front of house.


Property223 Hartsdale Avenue
MunicipalityGreenburgh
CommunityNA
Street Number223
Street AddressHartsdale Avenue

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Architect
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Building TypeOther (describe)
Building Type, DetailsRailroad Station
Architectural StyleTudor Revival
Architectural Style, Details
Current UseCommercial
Current Use, Details
Original UseOther (describe)
Original Use, DetailsRailroad Station
Structural Condition
NeighborhoodMixed Use
Threats to Building
Site IntegrityOriginal Site
Date Moved
Year Built1905
Structural SystemMasonry Load-Bearing
Structural System, Details
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Date of Alterations

Significance
DescriptionTwo-story Tudor Revival commercial structure formally used as a railroad station built in 1905; three bays wide and one bay deep. Masonry load bearing structure with brick, stucco, and half-timber exterior, hipped asphalt roof, and concrete foundation. Half timbered facade; Jerkinhead roof with triple twelve-light windows in gable end; entrance recessed with domed seating niches flanking wide overhanging eaves with exposed rafter ends; sliding vehicle doors at rear; canted side wings; copper gutters; dentilled posts on side porch; rear shed canopy with raised metal brackets exposed rafters.


Property224 Old Colony Road
MunicipalityGreenburgh
CommunityHartsdale
Street Number224
Street AddressOld Colony Road

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Architect
Builder
Building TypeSingle Family Dwelling
Building Type, Details
Architectural StyleColonial Revival
Architectural Style, Details
Current UseSingle Family Dwelling
Current Use, Details
Original UseSingle Family Dwelling
Original Use, Details
Structural Condition
NeighborhoodResidential
Threats to Building
Site IntegrityOriginal Site
Date Moved
Year Built1938
Structural SystemWood Frame, Interlocking Joints
Structural System, Details
Photograph Available?
Alterations
Date of Alterations

Significance
DescriptionTwo-story Colonial Revival style single family dwelling built in 1938; three bays wide and two bays deep. Wood frame structure with wood clapboard and brick exterior, wood shingle gable roof, and stone faced concrete foundation. Massive brick center chimney; door surround with broken pediment; one-and-one-half-story side ell, right with two-stall garage wing off it; one-story sunroom side ell, left, with balcony above.


Property225 Sprain Road
MunicipalityGreenburgh
CommunityNA
Street Number225
Street AddressSprain Road

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Architect
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Building TypeSingle Family Dwelling
Building Type, Details
Architectural StyleOther (describe)
Architectural Style, DetailsUndecided
Current UseSingle Family Dwelling
Current Use, Details
Original UseSingle Family Dwelling
Original Use, Details
Structural Condition
NeighborhoodResidential
Threats to Building
Site IntegrityOriginal Site
Date Moved
Year Built1850
Structural SystemWood Frame, Interlocking Joints
Structural System, Details
Photograph Available?
AlterationsResided with metal or vinyl; 1979 improvements. Some windows have been replaced.
Date of Alterations

Significance
DescriptionSingle family dwelling built in 1850; six bays wide and two bays deep. Wood frame structure with wood clapboard exterior, asphalt gable roof, and stone foundation. House in two sections; original three-bay with exterior access to cellar, left; newer c. 1920 two-story addition on right.


Property225 Worthington Road
MunicipalityGreenburgh
Community
Street Number225
Street AddressWorthington Road

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Architect
Builder
Building TypeSingle Family Dwelling
Building Type, Details
Architectural StyleColonial Revival
Architectural Style, Details
Current UseSingle Family Dwelling
Current Use, Details
Original UseSingle Family Dwelling
Original Use, Details
Structural Condition
NeighborhoodResidential
Threats to Building
Site IntegrityOriginal Site
Date Moved
Year Built1880
Structural SystemWood Frame, Interlocking Joints
Structural System, Details
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AlterationsAltered parged and painted; rear extensions.
Date of Alterations

Significance
DescriptionTwo-story Colonial Revival style single family dwelling built in 1880; five bays wide and two bays deep. Wood frame structure with wood clapboard exterior, asphalt gable roof, and stone foundation. Large exposed stone endwall chimney with quarter-circle attic windows flanking; brick endwall chimney, right; three front gable dormers with dentilled cornices; modillions on roof eaves; six-over-six windows with blinds; door surround with fluted pilasters, sidelights and transom; front porch with gabled roof, arched ceiling, fluted doric columns, dentils inside and out; one-story sun porch side ell, left; three matching rear dormers but with larger center one with double window.


Property23 Barksdale Road
MunicipalityGreenburgh
CommunityNA
Street Number23
Street AddressBarksdale Road

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Architect
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Building TypeSingle Family Dwelling
Building Type, Details
Architectural StyleOther (describe)
Architectural Style, DetailsEnglish Cottage
Current UseSingle Family Dwelling
Current Use, Details
Original UseSingle Family Dwelling
Original Use, Details
Structural Condition
NeighborhoodResidential
Threats to Building
Site IntegrityOriginal Site
Date Moved
Year Built1950
Structural SystemWood Frame
Structural System, Details
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Alterations
Date of Alterations

Significance
DescriptionOne-and-a-half story English Cottage style single family dwelling built in 1950; four bays wide and two bays deep. Wood frame structure with stone and wood shingle exterior, asphalt gable roof, and a concrete foundation. Massive exposed stone front wall chimney connected to door surround; split Level (or even a unique Raised Ranch); brick endwall chimney; one-stall, front facing attached garage, recessed slightly from fr facade; one-story gabled side ell, left.


Property23 Club Way
MunicipalityGreenburgh
CommunityHartsdale
Street Number23
Street AddressClub Way

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Architect
Builder
Building TypeSingle Family Dwelling
Building Type, Details
Architectural StyleTudor Revival
Architectural Style, Details
Current UseSingle Family Dwelling
Current Use, Details
Original UseSingle Family Dwelling
Original Use, Details
Structural Condition
NeighborhoodResidential
Threats to Building
Site IntegrityOriginal Site
Date Moved
Year Built1928
Structural SystemWood Frame, Interlocking Joints
Structural System, Details
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Significance
DescriptionTwo-story Tudor Revival single family dwelling built in 1928; six bays wide and two bays deep. Wood frame structure with a wood shingle exterior, asphalt gable roof and a concrete foundation. Exposed brick front wall chimney; projecting front gabled center bay with second floor overhang; one-story side ell with shed roof; six-over-six sash windows; one-stall rear tuck-under garage.


Property23 Lewis Avenue
MunicipalityGreenburgh
CommunityHartsdale
Street Number23
Street AddressLewis Avenue

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Architect
Builder
Building TypeSingle Family Dwelling
Building Type, Details
Architectural StyleTudor Revival
Architectural Style, Details
Current UseSingle Family Dwelling
Current Use, Details
Original UseSingle Family Dwelling
Original Use, Details
Structural Condition
NeighborhoodResidential
Threats to Building
Site IntegrityOriginal Site
Date Moved
Year Built1920
Structural SystemWood Frame, Interlocking Joints
Structural System, Details
Photograph Available?
AlterationsOne-stall two-story garage extension.
Date of Alterations1950

Significance
DescriptionOne-and-one-half story Tudor Revival single family dwelling built in 1920; five bays wide and two bays deep. Wood frame structure with cross gable roof. Massive brick interior chimney with stone insets, copper flashing projecting center bay with front gable, flared eaves; Turdor arched door entrance; leaded multipaned casement windows.


Property23 Old Knollwood Road
MunicipalityGreenburgh
CommunityElmsford
Street Number23
Street AddressOld Knollwood Road

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Architect
Builder
Building TypeSingle Family Dwelling
Building Type, Details
Architectural StyleColonial Revival
Architectural Style, Details
Current UseSingle Family Dwelling
Current Use, Details
Original UseSingle Family Dwelling
Original Use, Details
Structural Condition
NeighborhoodResidential
Threats to Building
Site IntegrityOriginal Site
Date Moved
Year Built1925
Structural SystemWood Frame, Interlocking Joints
Structural System, Details
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Alterations
Date of Alterations

Significance
DescriptionOne-and-one-half story Colonial Revival style single family dwelling built in 1925; three bays wide and three bays deep. Wood frame structure with wood shingle exterior, asphalt gable roof, and concrete foundation. Exposed stone end wall chimney, right; front shed dormer with paired six-over-six sash windows flanking a single center window; front gabled entrance porch with arched ceiling, paired square support posts; door surround with four-light sidelights; one-story recessed side ell with small front shed dormer. Double stall wood frame, gable roof garage built in 1925 also on site.


Property230 Delhi Road
MunicipalityGreenburgh
CommunityNA
Street Number230
Street AddressDelhi Road

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Architect
Builder
Building TypeSingle Family Dwelling
Building Type, Details
Architectural StyleColonial Revival
Architectural Style, Details
Current UseSingle Family Dwelling
Current Use, Details
Original UseSingle Family Dwelling
Original Use, Details
Structural Condition
NeighborhoodResidential
Threats to Building
Site IntegrityOriginal Site
Date Moved
Year Built1936
Structural SystemWood Frame, Interlocking Joints
Structural System, Details
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AlterationsSide porch enclosed,1993; large two-story side ell, left with second garage stall, 2003. Windows have been replaced.
Date of Alterations1993; 2003

Significance
DescriptionTwo-story Colonial Revival style single family dwelling built in 1936; three bays. Wood frame structure with wood clapboard exterior, asphalt gable roof, and a concrete block foundation. Brick center chimney; two gabled front wall dormers; door surround with four-light transom, pilasters, proken pediment with modillions; lable molding on windows.


Property232 Hartsdale Avenue
MunicipalityGreenburgh
CommunityNA
Street Number232
Street AddressHartsdale Avenue

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Architect
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Building TypeCommercial
Building Type, Details
Architectural StyleOther (describe)
Architectural Style, DetailsClassical Revival
Current UseCommercial
Current Use, Details
Original UseCommercial
Original Use, Details
Structural Condition
NeighborhoodResidential
Threats to Building
Site IntegrityOriginal Site
Date Moved
Year Built1920
Structural SystemMasonry Load-Bearing
Structural System, Details
Photograph Available?
AlterationsDoors have been replaced.
Date of Alterations

Significance
DescriptionOne-story Classical Revival style commercial structure built in 1920; three bays wide and seven bays deep. Masonry load-bearing structure with brick exterior, flat roof, and brick faced concrete foundation. Parapet wall with metal cornice across front; twelve-light windows with dentilled headers flank entry; entry door has Roman-arched fanlight transom with keyblock cornice supported by curved and fluted brackets; small brick side wall chimney painted white; eight-over-twelve sash windows.


Property239 North Clayton Road
MunicipalityGreenburgh
CommunityNA
Street Number239
Street AddressNorth Clayton Road

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Architect
Builder
Building TypeSingle Family Dwelling
Building Type, Details
Architectural StyleTudor Revival
Architectural Style, Details
Current UseSingle Family Dwelling
Current Use, Details
Original UseSingle Family Dwelling
Original Use, Details
Structural Condition
NeighborhoodResidential
Threats to Building
Site IntegrityOriginal Site
Date Moved
Year Built1938
Structural SystemWood Frame, Interlocking Joints
Structural System, Details
Photograph Available?
AlterationsOne-story side ell, right.
Date of Alterations1980

Significance
DescriptionOne-and-one-half story Tudor Revival/English Cottage style single family dwelling built in 1938; three bays wide and three bays deep. Wood frame structure with stone and wood shingle exterior, asphalt gable roof, and concrete block foundation. Massive stone front wall chimney (painted white) with arched eight-over-eight window; large brick or concrete center chimney; arched broken eave front wall dormer.


Property24 Byron Place
MunicipalityGreenburgh
CommunityNA
Street Number24
Street AddressByron Place

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Architect
Builder
Building TypeSingle Family Dwelling
Building Type, Details
Architectural StyleColonial Revival
Architectural Style, Details
Current UseSingle Family Dwelling
Current Use, Details
Original UseSingle Family Dwelling
Original Use, Details
Structural Condition
NeighborhoodResidential
Threats to Building
Site IntegrityOriginal Site
Date Moved
Year Built1945
Structural SystemWood Frame, Interlocking Joints
Structural System, Details
Photograph Available?
AlterationsSun porch side ell with hipped roof.
Date of Alterations1980

Significance
DescriptionOne story Colonial Revival style single family dwelling built in 1945; three bays wide and two bays deep. Wood frame structure with stone and wood clapboard exterior, asphalt gable roof, and concrete foundation. Large exposed brick endwall chimney; door surround with pilasters; turned porch posts; porthole window; one-stall front facing attached garage with shed roof; eight-over-eight and six-over-six windows; one front gable dormer.


Property24 Columbia Avenue
MunicipalityGreenburgh
CommunityHartsdale
Street Number24
Street AddressColumbia Avenue

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Architect
Builder
Building TypeSingle Family Dwelling
Building Type, Details
Architectural StyleGothic Revival
Architectural Style, Details
Current UseSingle Family Dwelling
Current Use, Details
Original UseSingle Family Dwelling
Original Use, Details
Structural Condition
NeighborhoodResidential
Threats to Building
Site IntegrityOriginal Site
Date Moved
Year Built1880
Structural SystemWood Frame, Interlocking Joints
Structural System, Details
Photograph Available?
AlterationsLarge stone front wall chimney c. 1930; resided with metal. Windows and doors have been replaced.
Date of Alterations1930

Significance
DescriptionTwo-story Gothic Revival style single family dwelling built in 1880; three bays wide and three bays deep. Wood frame structure with a wood clapboard exterior, front gable asphalt roof, and a stone foundation. Round one-story corner at left front; exterior access to cellar; side wall dormer. Also on site is a wood frame garage built in 1960. Row of mature spruce trees along front of property (and extending in front of neighboring properties on either side).


Property24 Kathwood Road
MunicipalityGreenburgh
CommunityNA
Street Number24
Street AddressKathwood Road

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Architect
Builder
Building TypeSingle Family Dwelling
Building Type, Details
Architectural StyleTudor Revival
Architectural Style, Details
Current UseSingle Family Dwelling
Current Use, Details
Original UseSingle Family Dwelling
Original Use, Details
Structural Condition
NeighborhoodResidential
Threats to Building
Site IntegrityOriginal Site
Date Moved
Year Built1930
Structural SystemMasonry Load-Bearing
Structural System, Details
Photograph Available?
AlterationsWindows have been replaced.
Date of Alterations

Significance
DescriptionOne-story Tudor Revival style single family dwelling built in 1930; three bays wide and four bays deep. Masonry load-bearing structure with stone exterior, cross gable slate roof, and stone foundation. Stone chimney incorporated into stone end wall; one-story turret entry vestibule with arched entrance door; cross-shaped footprint; one-stall front tuck-under garage. Large lot with a mature maple tree in the front lawn.


Property24 Lewis Avenue
MunicipalityGreenburgh
CommunityHartsdale
Street Number24
Street AddressLewis Avenue

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Architect
Builder
Building TypeSingle Family Dwelling
Building Type, Details
Architectural StyleTudor Revival
Architectural Style, Details
Current UseSingle Family Dwelling
Current Use, Details
Original UseSingle Family Dwelling
Original Use, Details
Structural Condition
NeighborhoodResidential
Threats to Building
Site IntegrityOriginal Site
Date Moved
Year Built1920
Structural SystemWood Frame, Interlocking Joints
Structural System, Details
Photograph Available?
AlterationsOne-story wing addition, left side c. 1950 with wood shingle siding; rear tuck under garage.
Date of Alterations1950

Significance
DescriptionTudor Revival style single family dwelling built in 1920; three bays wide and two bays deep. Wood frame structure with stucco exterior, hipped asphalt roof, and stone foundation. Massive stone and brick front wall chimney; broken eave dormers with shed and hipped roofs; steeply pitched gable on projecting front entrance bay; Tudor arched stone entrance surround; leaded multipaned casement windows. Flagstone walkway and stairs to front entrance.


Property24 Roxbury Road
MunicipalityGreenburgh
CommunityNA
Street Number24
Street AddressRoxbury Road

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Architect
Builder
Building TypeSingle Family Dwelling
Building Type, Details
Architectural StyleOther (describe)
Architectural Style, DetailsUndecided
Current UseSingle Family Dwelling
Current Use, Details
Original UseSingle Family Dwelling
Original Use, Details
Structural Condition
NeighborhoodResidential
Threats to Building
Site IntegrityOriginal Site
Date Moved
Year Built1840
Structural SystemWood Frame, Interlocking Joints
Structural System, Details
Photograph Available?
AlterationsTwo-story side extension with hipped roof, square oriel at left corner c. 1925; resided with stucco.
Date of Alterations

Significance
DescriptionOne-and-one-half story single family dwelling built in 1840; four bays wide and two bays deep. Wood frame structure with wood clapboard exterior, front gable asphalt roof, and stone foundation. Sidewall chimney; outshot/porch (now enclosed) beyond right side; Jerkin head front gable; entrance porch with fluted columns, curved roof; door surround with one sidelight; six-over-six windows with shutters.


Property24 Spring Street
MunicipalityGreenburgh
CommunityTarrytown
Street Number24
Street AddressSpring Street

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Architect
Builder
Building TypeSingle Family Dwelling
Building Type, Details
Architectural StyleGreek Revival
Architectural Style, Details
Current UseSingle Family Dwelling
Current Use, Details
Original UseSingle Family Dwelling
Original Use, Details
Structural Condition
NeighborhoodResidential
Threats to Building
Site IntegrityOriginal Site
Date Moved
Year Built1860
Structural SystemWood Frame, Interlocking Joints
Structural System, Details
Photograph Available?
AlterationsAltered: covered with vinyl siding; one-story addition on right side with balcony above c. 1980; small bump-out from left-side of front porch which has been converted to rear-round use; resided vinyl. Doors have been replaced.
Date of Alterations

Significance
DescriptionOne-and-one-half story Greek Revival style single family dwelling built in 1860; three bays wide and one bay deep. Wood frame structure with wood clapboard exterior, asphalt gable roof, and stone foundation. Small simple Greek Revival form with horizontal slot windows on upper level.


Property25 Adams Place
MunicipalityGreenburgh
CommunityNA
Street Number25
Street AddressAdams Place

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Architect
Builder
Building TypeSingle Family Dwelling
Building Type, Details
Architectural StyleOther (describe)
Architectural Style, DetailsCape Cod
Current UseSingle Family Dwelling
Current Use, Details
Original UseSingle Family Dwelling
Original Use, Details
Structural ConditionGood
NeighborhoodResidential
Threats to Building
Site IntegrityOriginal Site
Date Moved
Year Built1935
Structural SystemWood Frame, Interlocking Joints
Structural System, Details
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Significance
DescriptionOne-story Cape Cod single family dwelling built in 1935. Wood frame structure with a wood clapboard, asphalt shingled gable roof, and stone foundation. Gabled front dormers; large brick center chimney; door surround with fluted pilasters and corniced header; 6-over-1 windows; gabled side vestibule.


Property25 Central Avenue
MunicipalityGreenburgh
CommunityHartsdale
Street Number25
Street AddressCentral Avenue

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Owner
Institutional OwnerHartsdale Fire Company
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ArchitectGeorge W. Rappold
BuilderWilliam A. Berbusse, Jr.
Building TypeOther (describe)
Building Type, DetailsFirehouse
Architectural StyleOther (describe)
Architectural Style, DetailsClassical Revival
Current UseOther (describe)
Current Use, DetailsFirehouse
Original UseOther (describe)
Original Use, DetailsFirehouse
Structural Condition
NeighborhoodMixed Use
Threats to Building
Site IntegrityOriginal Site
Date Moved
Year Built1926
Structural SystemMasonry Load-Bearing
Structural System, Details
Photograph Available?
Alterations
Date of Alterations

Significance
DescriptionTwo-story Classical Revival style firehouse built in 1926; three bays wide and four bays deep. Masonry load-bearing structure with a brick and stone exterior, tile and tar/gravel gabled roof, and a concrete foundation. Two vehicular doors with limestone surrounds; small section of gable tile roof between brick parapet walls at front with exposed decor. rafter ends; set of four leaded glass windows on second floor; diapering brickwork; limestone band with capital molding at corners and engraved: "Hartsdale Fire Company"; stone carved plaque between vehicular doors; brick pilasters at corners.


Property25 County Center Road
MunicipalityGreenburgh
CommunityNA
Street Number25
Street AddressCounty Center Road

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Architect
Builder
Building TypeMulti Family Dwelling
Building Type, Details
Architectural StyleColonial Revival
Architectural Style, Details
Current UseMulti Family Dwelling
Current Use, Details
Original UseMulti Family Dwelling
Original Use, Details
Structural Condition
NeighborhoodMixed Use
Threats to Building
Site IntegrityOriginal Site
Date Moved
Year Built1950
Structural SystemWood Frame, Interlocking Joints
Structural System, Details
Photograph Available?
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Date of Alterations

Significance
DescriptionTwo-story Colonial Revival style multi-family dwelling built in 1950. Wood frame structure with brick exterior, asphalt gable roof, and a brick faced concrete foundation. Building 1 has five bays; Building 2 has three bays, main building with cupola; Building 3 has five bays; various decorative door surrounds - central entrance on central/main building has no pediment, others with brick corbelling and curved broken pediment; common bond with soldier course water table; parapet walls for flat roof alternates with gabled sections; pilasters on center sections of each building; three-part picture windows; sunburst ornaments over windows and some secondary entrances.


Property25 Lark Avenue
MunicipalityGreenburgh
CommunityNA
Street Number25
Street AddressLark Avenue

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Architect
Builder
Building TypeSingle Family Dwelling
Building Type, Details
Architectural StyleOther (describe)
Architectural Style, DetailsModern Spilt Level
Current UseSingle Family Dwelling
Current Use, Details
Original UseSingle Family Dwelling
Original Use, Details
Structural Condition
NeighborhoodResidential
Threats to Building
Site IntegrityOriginal Site
Date Moved
Year Built1960
Structural SystemWood Frame, Interlocking Joints
Structural System, Details
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Date of Alterations

Significance
DescriptionTwo-story Modern Spilt Level style single family dwelling built in 1960; three bays wide and two bays deep. Wood frame structure with wood shingle exterior, front gable asphalt roof, and concrete foundation. Front gable two-story projecting bay with one-stall front tuck-under garage and entrance porch created by recessed doorway; lower cross galbed side ell, left; with six-light picture window; full side light on left side of front door.


Property25 Mountain Road
MunicipalityGreenburgh
CommunityIrvington
Street Number25
Street AddressMountain Road

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Architect
Builder
Building TypeSingle Family Dwelling
Building Type, Details
Architectural StyleColonial Revival
Architectural Style, Details
Current UseSingle Family Dwelling
Current Use, Details
Original UseSingle Family Dwelling
Original Use, Details
Structural Condition
NeighborhoodResidential
Threats to Building
Site IntegrityOriginal Site
Date Moved
Year Built1880
Structural SystemWood Frame, Interlocking Joints
Structural System, Details
Photograph Available?
AlterationsBasement entrance under porch; resided with metal. Some windows have been replaced.
Date of Alterations

Significance
DescriptionTwo-story Colonial Revival style single family dwelling built in 1880; three bays wide and two bays deep. Wood frame structure with wood clapboard exterior, asphalt gable roof, and brick foundation. Brick endwall chimney; side ells, left and right.


Property25 Overton Road
MunicipalityGreenburgh
CommunityNA
Street Number25
Street AddressOverton Road

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Architect
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Building TypeSingle Family Dwelling
Building Type, Details
Architectural StyleItalianate
Architectural Style, Details
Current UseSingle Family Dwelling
Current Use, Details
Original UseSingle Family Dwelling
Original Use, Details
Structural Condition
NeighborhoodResidential
Threats to Building
Site IntegrityOriginal Site
Date Moved
Year Built1900
Structural SystemWood Frame, Interlocking Joints
Structural System, Details
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Date of Alterations

Significance
DescriptionTwo-story Italianate style single family dwelling built in 1900; five bays wide and two bays deep. Wood frame structure with wood clapboard and shingle exterior, mansard asphalt roof, and stone foundation. Exposed rear wall chimney; six-over- windows; modillions on roof eaves; gabled front and side dormers with wood shingle cladding two-story bay window on north facade; foundation stone has beaded joints; shallow side ell, left side; projecting center entrance bay on front facade with small balcony above; door surround with transom and side lights; one-story rear lean-to. Wood frame hipped roof garage also on site.


Property25 Tennyson Street
MunicipalityGreenburgh
CommunityHartsdale
Street Number25
Street AddressTennyson Street

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Architect
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Building TypeSingle Family Dwelling
Building Type, Details
Architectural StyleRanch
Architectural Style, Details
Current UseSingle Family Dwelling
Current Use, Details
Original UseSingle Family Dwelling
Original Use, Details
Structural Condition
NeighborhoodResidential
Threats to Building
Site IntegrityOriginal Site
Date Moved
Year Built1955
Structural SystemWood Frame, Interlocking Joints
Structural System, Details
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Date of Alterations

Significance
DescriptionOne-story Ranch style single family dwelling built in 1955; three bays wide and four bays deep. Wood frame structure with brick exterior, hipped asphalt roof, and concrete block foundation. Brick side wall chimney; low pitched hipped roof; entrance porch created by recessed entry/roof overhang; three-part window left of entrance; paired sash windows to right over one-stall front tuck-under garage; front door with three stepped windows; extremely simple design with square footprint. Concrete retaining wall along driveway.


Property25 Woods End Road
MunicipalityGreenburgh
CommunityHartsdale
Street Number25
Street AddressWoods End Road

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Architect
Builder
Building TypeSingle Family Dwelling
Building Type, Details
Architectural StyleColonial Revival
Architectural Style, Details
Current UseSingle Family Dwelling
Current Use, Details
Original UseSingle Family Dwelling
Original Use, Details
Structural Condition
NeighborhoodResidential
Threats to Building
Site IntegrityOriginal Site
Date Moved
Year Built1920
Structural SystemWood Frame, Interlocking Joints
Structural System, Details
Photograph Available?
AlterationsAltered parged and painted; one-story side ell, left with front facing one-stall tuck under garage c. 1950; large exposed brick endwall chimney; resided with metal. Doors have been replaced.
Date of Alterations

Significance
DescriptionTwo-story Colonial Revival style single family dwelling built in 1920; five bays wide and two bays deep. Wood frame structure with wood clapboard exterior, slate gable roof, and stone foundation. Rear two-story cross-gabled ell; six-over-six windows intact; very shallow despite being two bays deep; exterior access to cellar, rear; one-story sun porch side ell, right. Stone retaining walls along driveway and small one extending front right side.


Property250 Fort Hill Road
MunicipalityGreenburgh
CommunityScarsdale
Street Number250
Street AddressFort Hill Road

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Architect
Builder
Building TypeSingle Family Dwelling
Building Type, Details
Architectural StyleOther (describe)
Architectural Style, DetailsSecond Empire
Current UseSingle Family Dwelling
Current Use, Details
Original UseSingle Family Dwelling
Original Use, Details
Structural Condition
NeighborhoodResidential
Threats to Building
Site IntegrityOriginal Site
Date Moved
Year Built1850
Structural SystemWood Frame, Interlocking Joints
Structural System, Details
Photograph Available?
Alterations1870 renovations took place. Parged and painted; resided with stucco.
Date of Alterations

Significance
DescriptionTwo-story Second Empire style single family dwelling built in 1850; five bays wide and three bays deep. Wood frame structure with wood clapboard exterior, mansard slate roof, and stone foundation. Four chimneys-two end wall chimneys on each side; Roman arched dormers; double entry doors; one-story shed roofed extension off rear/left corner; four-sided veranda with doric columns; double entrance doors with two vertical lights; six-over-six windows; c. 1870 renovations created present Second Empire style. Stone wall along front property line by Italian stone masons; small hipped roof well house; mature sycamore tree in rear yard.


Property250 North Clayton Road
MunicipalityGreenburgh
CommunityNA
Street Number250
Street AddressNorth Clayton Road

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Architect
Builder
Building TypeSingle Family Dwelling
Building Type, Details
Architectural StyleColonial Revival
Architectural Style, Details
Current UseSingle Family Dwelling
Current Use, Details
Original UseSingle Family Dwelling
Original Use, Details
Structural Condition
NeighborhoodResidential
Threats to Building
Site IntegrityOriginal Site
Date Moved
Year Built1945
Structural SystemWood Frame, Interlocking Joints
Structural System, Details
Photograph Available?
AlterationsBreezeway enclosed.
Date of Alterations1988

Significance
DescriptionOne-and-one-half story Colonial Revival style single family dwelling built in 1945; five bays wide and two bays deep. Wood frame structure with wood shingle exterior, asphalt gable roof, and concrete block foundation. Two-story side ell, left; door surround with arched header with sunflower or sunburst design; two-stall front gabled garage wing attached to house with breezeway (enclosed).


Property255 Old Army Road
MunicipalityGreenburgh
CommunityEdgemont
Street Number255
Street AddressOld Army Road

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Architect
Builder
Building TypeSingle Family Dwelling
Building Type, Details
Architectural StyleQueen Anne
Architectural Style, Details
Current UseSingle Family Dwelling
Current Use, Details
Original UseSingle Family Dwelling
Original Use, Details
Structural Condition
NeighborhoodResidential
Threats to Building
Site IntegrityOriginal Site
Date Moved
Year Built1900
Structural SystemWood Frame, Interlocking Joints
Structural System, Details
Photograph Available?
AlterationsLarge rear ell c. 1990. Windows and doors have been replaced.
Date of Alterations

Significance
DescriptionTwo-story Queen Anne style single family dwelling built in 1900; three bays wide. Wood frame structure with wood shingle exterior, front gable asphalt roof, and stone foundation. Brick center chimney; decor. Shingles in gable ends; two-story cross gabled side ell left, front and side porches with turned posts and scroll sawn braces; shed dormer; arcaded railing on front porch. Wood frame garage built in 1900 also on site. Pergola in rear yard.


Property259 North Clayton Road
MunicipalityGreenburgh
CommunityNA
Street Number259
Street AddressNorth Clayton Road

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Architect
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Building TypeSingle Family Dwelling
Building Type, Details
Architectural StyleTudor Revival
Architectural Style, Details
Current UseSingle Family Dwelling
Current Use, Details
Original UseSingle Family Dwelling
Original Use, Details
Structural Condition
NeighborhoodResidential
Threats to Building
Site IntegrityOriginal Site
Date Moved
Year Built1937
Structural SystemWood Frame, Interlocking Joints
Structural System, Details
Photograph Available?
AlterationsSome windows have been replaced.
Date of Alterations

Significance
DescriptionOne-and-one-half story Tudor Revival style single family dwelling built in 1937; four bays wide and two bays deep. Wood frame structure with stone exterior, front gable asphalt roof, and stone faced concrete foundation. Large stone endwall chimney, right; two front and one side gabled broken eave dormers; steeply pitched projecting entrance bay; door surround with transom, paneled angled side wall; six-over-six sash and four-over-four casement windows; front gabled garage side ell, left; curved metal standing seam metal canopy over front entrance.


Property26 Bowbell Road
MunicipalityGreenburgh
CommunityNA
Street Number26
Street AddressBowbell Road

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Architect
Builder
Building TypeSingle Family Dwelling
Building Type, Details
Architectural StyleColonial Revival
Architectural Style, Details
Current UseSingle Family Dwelling
Current Use, Details
Original UseSingle Family Dwelling
Original Use, Details
Structural Condition
NeighborhoodResidential
Threats to Building
Site IntegrityOriginal Site
Date Moved
Year Built1935
Structural SystemWood Frame, Interlocking Joints
Structural System, Details
Photograph Available?
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Date of Alterations

Significance
DescriptionTwo-story Colonial Revival style single family dwelling built in 1935; three bays wide and two bays deep. Wood frame structure with a wood shingle and brick exterior, an asphalt gable roof, and a concrete foundation. Large brick center chimney; exposed brick end wall chimney on one-story side ell, left; Garrison form with ball pendants on front façade; two-story recessed garage wing with front facing one-stall garage with swing doors intact; painted brick kneewall across most of front façade; two bumped out paired sash windows flank front entrance; door surround with eight-light sidelights, pilasters and moulded header.


Property26 Lytton Avenue
MunicipalityGreenburgh
CommunityHartsdale
Street Number26
Street AddressLytton Avenue

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Architect
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Building TypeSingle Family Dwelling
Building Type, Details
Architectural StyleColonial Revival
Architectural Style, Details
Current UseSingle Family Dwelling
Current Use, Details
Original UseSingle Family Dwelling
Original Use, Details
Structural Condition
NeighborhoodResidential
Threats to Building
Site IntegrityOriginal Site
Date Moved
Year Built1933
Structural SystemWood Frame, Interlocking Joints
Structural System, Details
Photograph Available?
AlterationsDoors have been replaced.
Date of Alterations

Significance
DescriptionTwo-story Colonial Revival single family dwelling built in 1933; five bays wide and two bays deep. Wood frame structure with brick exterior, asphalt gable roof, and concrete block foundation. Exposed brick end wall chimney, right; one-story recessed side ell, right, with screen porch in front and balcony above; front gabled porch with Doric columns, arched ceiling; six-over-one windows with soldier course headers; one-stall, one-story projecting garage wing, left, with front facing door and balcony above.


Property26 Wilson Street
MunicipalityGreenburgh
CommunityHartsdale
Street Number26
Street AddressWilson Street

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Building TypeSingle Family Dwelling
Building Type, Details
Architectural StyleGreek Revival
Architectural Style, DetailsColonial Revival
Current UseSingle Family Dwelling
Current Use, Details
Original UseSingle Family Dwelling
Original Use, Details
Structural Condition
NeighborhoodResidential
Threats to Building
Site IntegrityOriginal Site
Date Moved
Year Built1850
Structural SystemWood Frame, Interlocking Joints
Structural System, Details
Photograph Available?
AlterationsResided with vinyl. Windows have been altered and doors have been replaced.
Date of Alterations

Significance
DescriptionTwo-story Greek Revival/ Colonial Revival style single family dwelling built in 1850; three bays wide and three bays deep. Wood frame structure with wood clapboard exterior, asphalt gable roof, and stone foundation. Center chimney - enclosed and sided; square posts on front porch; exterior access to cellar. Fence rear yard - newer wood picket.


Property260 Glendale Road
MunicipalityGreenburgh
CommunityScarsdale
Street Number260
Street AddressGlendale Road

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Architect
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Building TypeSingle Family Dwelling
Building Type, Details
Architectural StyleColonial Revival
Architectural Style, Details
Current UseSingle Family Dwelling
Current Use, Details
Original UseSingle Family Dwelling
Original Use, Details
Structural Condition
NeighborhoodResidential
Threats to Building
Site IntegrityOriginal Site
Date Moved
Year Built1920
Structural SystemWood Frame, Interlocking Joints
Structural System, Details
Photograph Available?
AlterationsOne-and-one-half story side ell, right, with front gable dormer and side facing two-stall garage c. 1960.
Date of Alterations

Significance
DescriptionTwo-story Colonial Revival style single family dwelling built in 1920; three bays wide and three bays deep. Wood frame structure with wood shingle exterior and asphalt gable roof. Large stone end wall chimney; one-story side ell, left with shed roof; door surround with segmental arch for header, sunburst ornament, pilasters and sidelights; eight-over-eight windows.


Property265 Old Army Road
MunicipalityGreenburgh
CommunityEdgemont
Street Number265
Street AddressOld Army Road

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Architect
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Building TypeSingle Family Dwelling
Building Type, Details
Architectural StyleQueen Anne
Architectural Style, Details
Current UseSingle Family Dwelling
Current Use, Details
Original UseSingle Family Dwelling
Original Use, Details
Structural Condition
NeighborhoodResidential
Threats to Building
Site IntegrityOriginal Site
Date Moved
Year Built1890
Structural SystemWood Frame, Interlocking Joints
Structural System, Details
Photograph Available?
AlterationsWindows have been replaced.
Date of Alterations

Significance
DescriptionTwo-story Queen Anne style single family dwelling built in 1890; three bays wide and three bays deep. Wood frame structure with wood clapboard and shingle exterior, front gable asphalt roof, and stone foundation. Three-bay / side entrance; two-story double gabled side ell; decor. Shingles in gable ends; one-quarter circle fanlights flank attic window; Doric columns on front and side porches; projecting entrance bay with gabled porch; rectiliner lattice in porch facias.


Property265 Worthington Road
MunicipalityGreenburgh
Community
Street Number265
Street AddressWorthington Road

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Building TypeSingle Family Dwelling
Building Type, Details
Architectural StyleOther (describe)
Architectural Style, DetailsSecond Empire
Current UseSingle Family Dwelling
Current Use, Details
Original UseSingle Family Dwelling
Original Use, Details
Structural Condition
NeighborhoodResidential
Threats to Building
Site IntegrityOriginal Site
Date Moved
Year Built1870
Structural SystemWood Frame, Interlocking Joints
Structural System, Details
Photograph Available?
Alterations
Date of Alterations

Significance
DescriptionOne-and-one-half story Second Empire style single family dwelling built in 1870; three bays wide and two bays deep. Wood frame structure with wood clapboard exterior, mansard slate roof, and stone foundation. Two brick side wall chimneys: one on recessed side ell, left, other right side; arched dormers - two on front, one on front of side ell and two on right side; door surround with sidelights and transom; front porch with scroll sawn braces and brackets; multipaned French doors casement windows on first floor; first floor box bay window right side; one-story rear ell. Wood frame barn/carriage house built in 1870 also on site; broken eave dormer; skylight; renovated for dwelling unit.


Property27 Caterson Terrace
MunicipalityGreenburgh
CommunityNA
Street Number27
Street AddressCaterson Terrace

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Building TypeSingle Family Dwelling
Building Type, Details
Architectural StyleColonial Dutch
Architectural Style, Details
Current UseSingle Family Dwelling
Current Use, Details
Original UseSingle Family Dwelling
Original Use, Details
Structural Condition
NeighborhoodResidential
Threats to Building
Site IntegrityOriginal Site
Date Moved
Year Built1927
Structural SystemWood Frame, Interlocking Joints
Structural System, Details
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DescriptionTwo-story Dutch Colonial Revival style single family dwelling built in 1927; three bays wide and two bays deep. Wood frame structure with a wood clapboard exterior, false gambrel (gable) roof, and a concrete foundation. Exposed stone endwall chimney, left; false front shed dormer with paired six-over-six windows above same on first floor front façade; entry is recessed to create porch under second floor overhang; door surround with skylights; one-story sunroom side ell, left; one-story rear ell under roof extension. Wood picket fence along front and side property lines.


Property27 Durham Road
MunicipalityGreenburgh
CommunityNA
Street Number27
Street AddressDurham Road

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Building TypeSingle Family Dwelling
Building Type, Details
Architectural StyleOther (describe)
Architectural Style, DetailsChateauesque
Current UseSingle Family Dwelling
Current Use, Details
Original UseSingle Family Dwelling
Original Use, Details
Structural Condition
NeighborhoodResidential
Threats to Building
Site IntegrityOriginal Site
Date Moved
Year Built1930
Structural SystemWood Frame, Interlocking Joints
Structural System, Details
Photograph Available?
AlterationsDoors have been replaced.
Date of Alterations

Significance
DescriptionOne-and-one-half-story Chateauesque style single family dwelling built in 1930; five bays wide and one bay deep. Wood frame structure with a stucco exterior, hipped slate roof, and concrete foundation. Large exposed painted brick side wall chimney, left; multipaned steel casement windows; broken eave dormers with curved roofs; quoins at corners; projecting bay, left with one-story entrance vestibule ell with balcony atop; one-story hipped roof ell, right. Stone retaining wall in front yard facing house; sited below street level.


Property27 Hillcrest Road
MunicipalityGreenburgh
CommunityHartsdale
Street Number27
Street AddressHillcrest Road

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Building TypeSingle Family Dwelling
Building Type, Details
Architectural StyleCraftsman
Architectural Style, Details
Current UseSingle Family Dwelling
Current Use, Details
Original UseSingle Family Dwelling
Original Use, Details
Structural Condition
NeighborhoodResidential
Threats to Building
Site IntegrityOriginal Site
Date Moved
Year Built1930
Structural SystemWood Frame, Interlocking Joints
Structural System, Details
Photograph Available?
Alterations
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Significance
DescriptionOne-story Craftsman style single family dwelling built in 1930; three bays wide and two bays deep. Wood frame structure with stucco exterior, asphalt gable roof, and concrete foundation. Center chimney, stucco; front shed dormer with four-part six-light casement windows; large bay window centered on front facade with ten-light windows; projecting side entrance bay, left with shed canopy with wood bracket/supports; corner window at right with multiple ten-lights windows.


Property27 Woods End Road
MunicipalityGreenburgh
CommunityHartsdale
Street Number27
Street AddressWoods End Road

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Architect
Builder
Building TypeSingle Family Dwelling
Building Type, Details
Architectural StyleRanch
Architectural Style, Details
Current UseSingle Family Dwelling
Current Use, Details
Original UseSingle Family Dwelling
Original Use, Details
Structural Condition
NeighborhoodResidential
Threats to Building
Site IntegrityOriginal Site
Date Moved
Year Built1956
Structural SystemWood Frame, Interlocking Joints
Structural System, Details
Photograph Available?
AlterationsSkylights
Date of Alterations

Significance
DescriptionOne-story Ranch style single family dwelling built in 1956; four bays wide and two bays deep. Wood frame structure with brick and vertical board exterior, asphalt gable roof, and concrete block foundation. Brick rear wall chimney; low pitched gable roof with wide overhanging eaves, creates; glazed gable ends; double garage wing connected to house with flat roofed open breezeway; Roman brick cladding on end wall fronting street; four-part windows with vertical muntins.


Property270 Clayton Road
MunicipalityGreenburgh
CommunityScarsdale
Street Number270
Street AddressClayton Road

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Architect
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Building TypeSingle Family Dwelling
Building Type, Details
Architectural StyleColonial Revival
Architectural Style, Details
Current UseSingle Family Dwelling
Current Use, Details
Original UseSingle Family Dwelling
Original Use, Details
Structural Condition
NeighborhoodResidential
Threats to Building
Site IntegrityOriginal Site
Date Moved
Year Built1911
Structural SystemWood Frame, Interlocking Joints
Structural System, Details
Photograph Available?
Alterations
Date of Alterations

Significance
DescriptionOne-and-one-half Colonial Revival single family dwelling built in 1911; three bays wide and two bays deep. Wood frame structure with a stone and wood shingle exterior, slate gable roof, and a stone faced concrete foundation. Large brick center chimney; three front gabled broken eave wall dormers; one-story side ells, left and right clad with wood shingle, right side in three sections with front gable center bay, cupola, secondary front entrance, side facing attached double garage; bay window to left of front entrance.


Property271 North Clayton Road
MunicipalityGreenburgh
CommunityNA
Street Number271
Street AddressNorth Clayton Road

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National Historic Landmark District Status?   
State Register Status?   
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Architect
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Building TypeSingle Family Dwelling
Building Type, Details
Architectural StyleColonial Revival
Architectural Style, Details
Current UseSingle Family Dwelling
Current Use, Details
Original UseSingle Family Dwelling
Original Use, Details
Structural Condition
NeighborhoodResidential
Threats to Building
Site IntegrityOriginal Site
Date Moved
Year Built1920
Structural SystemWood Frame, Interlocking Joints
Structural System, Details
Photograph Available?
Alterations
Date of Alterations

Significance
DescriptionOne-and-one-half story Colonial Revival style single family dwelling built in 1920; three bays wide. Wood frame structure with wood shingle exterior, asphalt gable roof, and stone foundation. Brick endwall chimneys, each side, painted white; three front gable broken eave dormers on main house with six-over-six windows; shorter one-and-one-half story two-bay side ell, left with two broken eave dormers and side two-stall garages taller; one-and-one-half story one-bay side ell, right; hipped roof bay window left of front entrance; header on window to right of front entrance; door surround with segmental arch keyblock, side lights with bottle glass lights and two small bottle glass windows flanking; rear shed dormer.


Property271 Old Army Road
MunicipalityGreenburgh
CommunityEdgemont
Street Number271
Street AddressOld Army Road

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Architect
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Building TypeSingle Family Dwelling
Building Type, Details
Architectural StyleGothic Revival
Architectural Style, Details
Current UseSingle Family Dwelling
Current Use, Details
Original UseSingle Family Dwelling
Original Use, Details
Structural Condition
NeighborhoodResidential
Threats to Building
Site IntegrityOriginal Site
Date Moved
Year Built1880
Structural SystemWood Frame, Interlocking Joints
Structural System, Details
Photograph Available?
AlterationsRear 1-story ell c1950
Date of Alterations

Significance
DescriptionTwo-story Gothic Revival style single family dwelling built in 1880; three bays wide and two bays deep. Wood frame structure with wood clapboard exterior, front gable asphalt roof, and stone foundation. Upright and wind form; two-story cross gabled side ell, right; decor. Shingles in gable ends; wrap-around porch with turned columns, scroll sawn. One-and-one-half story gable; vertical wood siding barn also on site.


Property27-47 North Central Avenue
MunicipalityGreenburgh
CommunityHartsdale
Street Number27-47
Street AddressNorth Central Park Avenue

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Architect
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Building TypeMulti Family Dwelling
Building Type, Details
Architectural StyleSpanish Colonial
Architectural Style, Details
Current UseMulti Family Dwelling
Current Use, Details
Original UseMulti Family Dwelling
Original Use, Details
Structural Condition
NeighborhoodCommercial
Threats to Building
Site IntegrityOriginal Site
Date Moved
Year Built1928
Structural SystemMasonry Load-Bearing
Structural System, Details
Photograph Available?
AlterationsWindows and doors have been replaced.
Date of Alterations

Significance
DescriptionSeven-story Spanish Colonial Revival style multi-family dwelling built in 1928. Masonry load bearing structure with brick and stucco exterior, mansard tile roof, and brick faced concrete foundation. Three-sided building around central courtyard open to street; decorative brick detailing and corbelled brick; Roman arched windows at tops of corners, inside and exterior; carved limestone cornices over side entrance off courtyard; penthouse towers atop front corners; entry door surround with sidelights; tiled pent roofs above window bays; steel fire escapes.


Property277 Old Army Road
MunicipalityGreenburgh
CommunityEdgemont
Street Number277
Street AddressOld Army Road

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Architect
Builder
Building TypeSingle Family Dwelling
Building Type, Details
Architectural StyleGothic Revival
Architectural Style, Details
Current UseSingle Family Dwelling
Current Use, Details
Original UseSingle Family Dwelling
Original Use, Details
Structural Condition
NeighborhoodResidential
Threats to Building
Site IntegrityOriginal Site
Date Moved
Year Built1900
Structural SystemWood Frame, Interlocking Joints
Structural System, Details
Photograph Available?
AlterationsAltered; parged w/concrete; 1-story extension from left rear corner c1980
Date of Alterations

Significance
DescriptionTwo-story Gothic Revival style single family dwelling built in 1900; three bays wide and two bays deep. Wood frame structure with wood clapboard exterior, front gable asphalt roof, and stone foundation. Two-story cross gabled side ell, left, with one-story bay window; decor. Shingles in gable ends; exposed brick side wall chimney, right. One-stall wood frame, front gable garage built in 1950 also on site.


Property28 Barksdale Road
MunicipalityGreenburgh
CommunityNA
Street Number28
Street AddressBarksdale Road

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Architect
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Building TypeSingle Family Dwelling
Building Type, Details
Architectural StyleTudor Revival
Architectural Style, DetailsEnglish Cottage
Current UseSingle Family Dwelling
Current Use, Details
Original UseSingle Family Dwelling
Original Use, Details
Structural Condition
NeighborhoodResidential
Threats to Building
Site IntegrityOriginal Site
Date Moved
Year Built1930
Structural SystemWood Frame
Structural System, Details
Photograph Available?
AlterationsConvered connection between house.
Date of Alterations

SignificanceOne of the earliest houses within the 1920's Orchard Hill subdivision.
DescriptionOne story Tudor Revival/English Cottage style single family dwelling built in 1930; seven bays wide and one bay deep. Wood frame structure with brick, stucco, and timber exterior, asphalt hipped roof, and a concrete foundation. Massive brick front wall chimney (painted white) incorporated into a slightly projecting bay; steeply sloping asymetrical front gabled entrance bay/vestibule with 5 timbering; 6-over-6 windows; arcaded wall behind brick walled court yard connecting to projecting front gabled side wing, right.


Property28 Club Way
MunicipalityGreenburgh
CommunityHartsdale
Street Number28
Street AddressClub Way

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National Historic Landmark District Status?   
State Register Status?   
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Architect
Builder
Building TypeSingle Family Dwelling
Building Type, Details
Architectural StyleTudor Revival
Architectural Style, Details
Current UseSingle Family Dwelling
Current Use, Details
Original UseSingle Family Dwelling
Original Use, Details
Structural Condition
NeighborhoodResidential
Threats to Building
Site IntegrityOriginal Site
Date Moved
Year Built1928
Structural SystemWood Frame, Interlocking Joints
Structural System, Details
Photograph Available?
AlterationsShed dormer on projecting front gabled ell.
Date of Alterations

Significance
DescriptionTwo-story Tudor Revival style single family dwelling built in 1928; three bays wide and two bays deep. Wood frame structure with a brick, stucco, and timber exterior, slate gable roof, and a stone faced concrete foundation. Exposed brick side wall chimney; projecting front gabled ell fully clad with brick; second centered projecting front gabled ell with stone cladding on first floor, half-timber treatment above, arched entry door; multi-light sash and diamond paned casement windows; stone clad exposed basement at front right corner; one-stall side tuck-under garage.


Property28 Hillcrest Avenue
MunicipalityGreenburgh
CommunityNA
Street Number28
Street AddressHillcrest Avenue

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National Historic Landmark District Status?   
State Register Status?   
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Architect
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Building TypeSingle Family Dwelling
Building Type, Details
Architectural StyleCraftsman
Architectural Style, Details
Current UseSingle Family Dwelling
Current Use, Details
Original UseSingle Family Dwelling
Original Use, Details
Structural Condition
NeighborhoodResidential
Threats to Building
Site IntegrityOriginal Site
Date Moved
Year Built1927
Structural SystemMasonry Load-Bearing
Structural System, Details
Photograph Available?
Alterations
Date of Alterations

Significance
DescriptionTwo-story Craftsman style single-family dwelling built in 1927; three bays wide and two bays deep. Masonry load-bearing walls with stucco exterior, hipped asphalt roof, and concrete foundation. Two brick interior chimneys; one-story side ell, left, with hipped roof; second floor bay window over front entrance porch flanked by paired six-over-one sash windows, three-part multipaned windows below on first floor front façade; porch has wood support brackets; door surround with two adjoining square nine-light leaded glass windows. Two-stall concrete block garage also on site.


Property28 Mountain Road
MunicipalityGreenburgh