Retired MLB player Andy Pettitte listed his Colonial Farmhouse in Westchester County, New York, this fall. The former professional pitcher is asking a whisker less than $3.5 million for the home, which was built in 2002 and is situated on a cul-de-sac.
The 6,800 sq. ft. house is designed with an L-shaped footprint incorporating a barn-like structure in the traditional style. The interiors are designed in a style that mixes farmhouse, cottage and blue-blood influences; finer details include plaster millwork, oak plank and herringbone-pattern floors, French doors, and a series of unique fireplaces.
The property’s standout spaces and amenities include a library and home office, a solarium dayroom, and a slate patio with a pool; the ‘barn’ section is currently purposed as auxiliary space, with a fitness room and an entertaining-dedicated floor. The property is landscaped as a generous suburban space, with a large front lawn, varied plantings, and stacked stone walls the highlights of the one-acre lot.