This waterfront Colonial style home is located at 6-a Pryer Lane in Larchmont, NY and is situated on .7 acres overlooking the Long Island Sound. It was built in 2007 and features over 7,500 square feet of living space (presumably on 1st and 2nd floors) with 6 bedrooms, 8 bathrooms, 2-story foyer with traditional staircase and custom millwork, formal living room with fireplace, library with custom built-ins, gourmet kitchen with sitting area, dining room with custom built-ins, family room with stone fireplace, lounge that is currently being used as a 2nd dining room (more formal one), lower level recreation room, multiple decks and patios, swimming pool and a 3-car garage. It is listed at $6,800,000. I don’t like how the home is U-shaped, but I do think the interior is very cozy and warm!

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  • Daniel

    Front and rear look like 2 completely different homes (and neither is particularly nice). I like the interior. Seems very comfortable and casually elegant.




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  • Grrrowler

    The exterior is ghastly. It looks like the architect spent all of 5 minutes on the front facade, and 4 of those were on the arched dormer. The interior looks nice however. It looks comfortable and livable and is not overdone.

    I’m not a huge fan of the layout. There are some real issues for me: the great room and kitchen aren’t contiguous; guests need to go through the great room (presumably a private family space) to get to the formal living room (the hall closet should have been moved and doors put from the foyer into that space; and the library is accessible only through the formal living room. On the second floor I don’t like that the master bathroom and closet aren’t connected, and the laundry room is in a terrible location. Conceivably the maid could be bringing laundry in and out of the room while whomever is assigned the bedroom next to it has to make their way past, and possibly deal with noise.




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    • ZigZagBoom

      Agree with everything you’ve said. Also, I don’t like formal dining rooms that are that open to the kitchen. I’d like to be able to sit through a meal without hearing my next course being cooked. Open floor plans are the rage these days so it’s too much to hope for an old fashioned swinging door, but at the very least they should be separated by a butlers pantry or something.




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      • Nic

        Open floor plans are for people who either don’t cook or rely on their microwave. Someone who cooks from scratch would not want the smells in the kitchen wafting throughout the rest of their home reminding everyone what was served at dinner hours after the meal was over. Even though we have a good quality hood it is not going to catch all of the steam rising from the pots. Also open plans encourage uninvited guests to wander into the kitchen. If you are an iron chef you might enjoy this attention, but if you just want to get in and get out quickly or if you have taken the trouble to hire someone to cook, this can feel awkward.




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  • lambskin

    Agree with all above. Pool looks small. hate the tub in the masterbath. For some reason, the master closet looks unfinished. I know it is a closet but there should be some sort of doors of moulding to cover the hangers. The dining room fireplace looks too close to the chairs-pretty hot if working.




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  • Tony

    I just wanna say I never heard of Larchmont lol




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    • mak

      Next door to Scarsdale. I’m sure you’ve heard of that, right?




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  • marc22

    Agree the exterior facades are confusing and unimpressive but the interiors are actually very nice. THe entrance hall is very attractive. Finally a house with good looking interior spaces but the exterior needs the make over.




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  • BJ

    Hey Kenny – reading these comments gave me the idea that you should start selling yourself and this board as an unofficial focus group to high end listing agents. Seems to me this board can nail a listed house based on photos in about 20 minutes and the opinions are pretty decent. I’d say there’s some value there. Heck, who says listing agents aren’t already reading and recoiling in horror…or glee…as the case may be?




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    • ZigZagBoom

      The “realtors” will do fine without us. The intersection of people who have money and people who have class is always shrinking.




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