There are always so many reasons to purchase a home. It could be that you are relocating, downsizing, finding that larger home for the large family and guests, but there is definitely more than 10 good reasons to purchase 50 … Continue reading
Public Open house this Sunday from 1-4 p.m. at this classically restored elegant 5 bedroom, 3.5 bath, 4002 sq. ft. Tudor masterpiece set amidst exquisite, professionally designed lush landscaping with specimen plantings on 0.49 of an acre of park-like grounds, … Continue reading
Cities and towns that are privileged ( to my way of thinking) offer Historic areas, and New Rochelle is no exception. Recognized as being an Historic Distoric back in 1986, the residents have long known and appreciated what the area … Continue reading
Built in 1909, this distinctive Antebellum Mansion bespeaks quiet elegance of a bygone era but renovated for today’s lifestyle and for the discerning buyer. 5115 sq. ft. 3.5 Baths, & located in New Rochelle’s Historic District on 0.58 of an acre, … Continue reading
I am always thrilled to be asked to market a new home for sale. I am doubly thrilled when that home has special features that are just so unique and sublime. Such is the case of 12, The Serpentine. There … Continue reading
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As a Certified Residential Specialist (only 3% of agents in the U.S. hold this coveted designation), I was thrilled to be quoted in a NovemberDecember CRS Magazine article on selling Historic Homes, and then I was mentioned in the Sotheby’s November Press Clips. Oh … Continue reading
Built in 1910, but lovingly restored for today’s conveniences , this 3647 square foot (field measured as 4000 sq. ft) 7 bedroom , 3.5 Bath Victorian home with its Brazilian Redwood “Massaranduba”wrap-a-round deck and built-in audio speakers is just another … Continue reading