June 2012


Who's building, selling, buying, and who's profiting from our favorite contact sport: real estate

Find of the Week: Updated 1920s Tudor, Staging Your Home to Sell, and Landscaping Design Tips

The best of both worlds—Old World charm comfortably blended with high-end modern amenities all wrapped in a sophisticated, updated 1928 Tudor in the Larchmont Woods section of New Rochelle. “This property is in the ideal location—walking distance to town and the train,” says listing agent Paul Sarlo. “Larchmont Woods is filled with charming and unique homes—no cookie cutters here!”

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House of the Week: Contemporary Take on One-Level Living, Gorgeous Gardens on Display, Rye Playland’s Craft Fair/Flea Market

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House of the Week: $2.69M Custom-Crafted Arts and Crafts, Garden Conservancy Open Days, Transforming Spaces with Decorative Painting

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House of the Week: 1937 Hallmark Colonial, Designing Kitchens with Barbara Sallick, Tour Exquisite Kitchens, Bloomberg Buys in Westchester

Designed in 1937 by pioneering architect Verna Cook Salomonsky, this majestic six-bedroom center hall Colonial in The Grange section of Scarsdale features hallmarks of Salomonsky’s signature style—a curved entry hall staircase, bay windows, abundant closet space, large hallways, lots of natural light, and light-colored walls to make the rooms appear even larger.

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Who's building, selling, buying, and who's profiting from our favorite contact sport: real estate

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White Plains resident and writer Karen Odom has a passion for interesting architecture, especially when architecture and history collide. Her extensive experience as a real estate feature writer has led her in an around Westchester's distinctive homes uncovering the fascinating stories behind the houses, their owners, architects, and designers with awe, admiration, and more than just a little amazing curiosity.

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