For sale: David Henken house - Pleasantville, NY

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DavidC
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For sale: David Henken house - Pleasantville, NY

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Post by Paul Ringstrom »

White epoxy floors???

White walls, white everything!!!! (except the ceiling, how did they miss that?)
Owner of the G. Curtis Yelland House (1910), by Wm. Drummond

Roderick Grant
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Inferior desecrators seem to be taking over!!

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Post by jay »

This house was up for sale about a year ago in its original form. I thought it was a really cool house, the interior had a raw quality to it, as I recall.... Those previous listing photos don't seem to available on the realtor sites anymore, but it says that the home was never sold... Guessing the owners decided to "update" it and put it back on the market.

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I thought I remembered that. We had several overhead views, illustrating the additions(s) to the house ?

Reisley has only one worms-eye view of the deck side of the house, in his book.

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So with the exception of a few wooden walls that are now white, the big change is the flooring. And what a different feeling it provokes.

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Look for the "view photos" button on the Dwell page, to see full-screen pics---a rare luxury.

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