Sitting on more than 2 acres, this stately two-and-a-half story home in Thornwood, New York, looks like a completely normal property from the outside, perhaps with some history in its walls and stories to tell.
But walk inside, and you’ll soon be transported to a completely different time and place, greeted by Victorian decor, old statues and, yes, lots of dolls.
The Civil War-era colonial home, which is currently on the market for $1.325 million, certainly has a unique style, though. “It will take you back to many, many, many years ago,” Rajeev Chennattu, the realtor who holds the listing, told TODAY Home.
Chennattu said the current owners are a husband and wife with grown children who also have an antique business. They purchased the home over 20 years ago and customized it to the way it is now. “They decorated it to their liking,” he explained.
The entryway is lined with antique statues and mirrors, while old paintings in gilded frames hang above the burgundy-carpeted stairs.
Another room in the house is filled with antique pieces, including a collection of porcelain dolls, which, if they freak you out, you’re not alone. (See the “Doll in the Hall” Halloween prank and multiply it by 10.)
The bathrooms have their own Victorian spin on them, with vintage-patterned wallpaper, antique-style light fixtures and accents like customized drapes and crocheted toilet seat covers.
If the decor style is not quite for you, though, the house does have some other features that might entice. At almost 4,000 square feet, it has six bedrooms, six bathrooms, high ceilings, fireplaces, a terrace and a pool.
Another cool feature is the two-story barn with original details from when the property was used as a functioning farm called "Rolling Hills Farm and Barn."
“It’s a nice, cool, unique place that could be brought back to life,” Chennattu said about the farm.
See more pictures of this interesting property at the listing.