Bedford offers the feeling of “life in the country” with nearby access to shopping, restaurants and recreation. The tree-lined streets, quiet residential roads, award winning schools and ample history make it one of the most desirable locations in Northern Westchester to live. The town consists of three hamlets: Bedford Hills, Bedford Village and Katonah. Each town … Continue reading Bedford – Life in the Country That’s Close To The City
Sometimes a job transfer, lease or personal circumstances require plunging into making a sale in the dead of winter. With the holidays, the cold weather and the long days of winter, this can be a challenging time to sell your home. But, cheer up… you can use house staging, the reduced competition and some seasonal … Continue reading 6 “Hot” Tips for a Warm & Inviting Home to Sell During Cold Winter Months (even when the weather outside is frightful!!)
http://www.allaboutarmonk.com/realestate.html November 23, 2014 The weather’s just turned frosty. Most of the family is thinking about holiday meals, visits from relatives and precious presents. But what are you thinking about? Getting your home winter-ready, or keeping it market-ready, if you’re looking to … Continue reading Your Home for the Holidays – Winterizing It, that Is!
There’s nothing in Westchester like Windmill Farm in Armonk, NY. If a buyer is looking for a lifestyle within their neighborhood, Windmill is their place! There are 300+ individual homes that range in size and style and will meet the needs of the most discriminating buyer. Residents are all eligible to join the Windmill … Continue reading Living in Windmill Farm, Armonk NY
Sold for $1,060,000! Welcome home to this traditional Colonial on a quiet level cul-de-sac close to Armonk, Greenwich and Bedford. Special features include open layout, high ceilings and sunlight all day long! Large kitchen opens family room with fireplace. Generous dining room, living room and library on first level. Oversized and private Master Suite has … Continue reading Another Home Sold in Armonk