Larchmont Manor is a place where the lines between past and present seem palpably blurred, a bleed-through phenomena that could only be found in a Victorian-era seaside enclave just a half hour north of America’s greatest metropolis. 60 Beach Avenue represents an enduring symbol of timeless, relaxed elegance. Completed in 1887, the home envelops every blessing of its coastal setting, introduced by a two-story front porch.
Stepping inside, you’ll be greeted by a period “L”-shaped staircase, so enchanting it got the home featured in Woody Allen’s 1978 film Interiors with Diane Keaton.
A generously-sized lot, just under an acre, includes a spacious entertainer’s patio and salt water pool. Consider the home sits within walking distance to town, train and beach and it’s a tough package to beat with a commute to the city that’s less than a half hour.