Escape from New York

A Sleepy Hollow waterfront home that's anything but spooky

By Lucy Cohen Blatter  | October 30, 2015 - 9:59AM

In case you're planning on heading out to Sleepy Hollow this weekend to hear Washington Irving's The Legend of Sleepy Hollow reenacted or recited out loud or go on a  guided tour of the famous Sleepy Hollow Cemetery, you might want to tack on a visit to this four-bedroom, five-and-a-half bath waterfront house. (Headless Horseman not included.)

The house comes with views like the one you see above as well as waterfront access.

This renovated cottage-style house, located at 21 Pokahoe Drive, includes an alarm system, gas grill, generator, washer and dryer, whole-house entertainment system, and a wine cooler (among many perks).  

It's also got a great room, radiant heat on most of the first floor, custom closets and and two master bedroom suites.

The house has two levels of decks (where we expect you'd spend a lot of time when the weather turns warm again) as well as a two-car attached garage and a driveway. (Say goodbye to alternate side parking for good).

Sleepy Hollow is about 50 minutes by car from Manhattan and a 50-minute Metro-North ride.

Of course, it'll cost you to have those views (and all that space): $2.995 million to be exact.


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