1915 House Given a Glamorous Makeover

When someone decorates a house to the nines, the way the 1915 house at 1930 Emerson Avenue has been decorated, attention really must be paid.


Bedrooms: Three.
Bathrooms: Three.
Size/Acreage: 1,875 square feet / .12 acre.
Price: $2.695 million.
Last sold: for $535,000 in 1998.
Listing agent:
 Marcy Bazzani of Village Properties.


Located where the Upper East meets the Lower Riviera, the small house is on a small lot—1,875 square feet on .12 acre—but it makes up for the lack of size with beaucoup personality. And in lieu of views is a panoply of beautiful wall coverings.

The kitchen and dining area share space. I’m going to go out on a limb and suggest that these folks like to clean as much as they like to cook.

The master bedroom upstairs has a private deck.

And it has a private deck.

The two guest rooms downstairs are relatively restrained, with classic baths.

Could this be a mudroom for dogs? UPDATE: Agent Marcy Bazzani confirmed that it is, and that it doubles as an office.

One of the outdoor spaces is a deck atop the garage—that’s likely the most appealing one, because it’s unaffected by the neighbors. The landscaping is lush in just the right way.

And the old garage is a treasure.

Contact Marcy Bazzani of Village Properties for a showing—and be sure to tell her Siteline sent you.


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