House of the Week: Just Reduced! Annual Westchester County Home Show, Architectural Digest Home Design Show



1. House of the Week

$949,000

Annual property taxes: $23,155

125 Sutton Manor Rd, New Rochelle

This six-bedroom, four-and-a-half-bath center hall Colonial offers Old World charm paired with an old-fashioned, close-knit neighborhood. It was built in 1912, and signs of a past era are still prominent, including wood detailing throughout, wood-beamed ceilings, hardwood floors, built-ins, four fireplaces, three front porches, and a detached garage perfect for converting into an office or studio. Just steps away from the Sutton Manor Association boathouse, moorings, and beach, the property also features water views. “The property includes membership to the Sutton Manor Association,” says listing agent Denise Capuano. “In addition to being able to moor small and large boats steps away from your home, benefits of membership in the Association include the camaraderie that the boat house, community room, and small beach bring. It still amazes people. There are boathouse opening and closing parties, progressive dinner parties, viewing the New Rochelle Fourth of July fireworks right from the dock, and so much more. Many residents only learn about these details after moving into Sutton Manor, but someone who appreciates this kind of real neighborhood and community would factor this in before making a decision to purchase a home here." For more information, contact Century 21 Marciano Real Estate listing agent Denise Capuano at (914) 261-1567 or visit www.century21.com.        

 

2. Annual Westchester County Home Show

If a renovation or home-improvement project is within sight, you’ll get plenty of ideas and inspiration from the 30th Annual Spring Westchester County Home Show. The event, held at the Westchester County Center 11 am to 6 pm on Saturday, March 17, and 11 am to 5 pm on Sunday, March 18, features more than 150 exhibitors showcasing a wealth of products and services, including carpeting, home gadgets, windows and doors, vacuum systems, decks, patios and spas, lighting systems, gutters and siding, wireless services, flooring, fences and wall coverings, heating and cooling systems, stone products, security systems, kitchens and baths, awnings, aquariums, flood protection products—you name it! Builders, renovation experts, landscapers, contractors, and energy consultants will be on hand to offer tips and answer questions. Admission is $10 for adults, $8 for seniors, and free for children under 12. For more information, call (860) 563-2111, ext. 303, or visit www.jenksproductions.com.

 

3. Architectural Digest Home Design Show

If ever there was a time to trek into Manhattan for home design inspiration, this is it! The 11th Annual Architectural Digest Home Design Show, running Thursday, March 22, through Sunday, March 25, at Pier 94 (55th St and 12th Ave in Manhattan), promises fabulous finds from nearly 400 of the top industry brands (literally from A to Z). Not only can you count on design inspiration and a peek into the latest trends (courtesy of design seminars, consultations, displays, and a keynote presentation from Architectural Digest Editor in Chief Margaret Russell), you also can shop to your heart’s content and take your design finds home—at a price, of course. Advance ticket purchases include a one-year subscription to Architectural Digest and all tickets cover complimentary admission to DIFFA’s DINING BY DESIGN table viewing that runs concurrently at Pier 94. Show hours are 10 am to 7 pm Thursday through Saturday and 10 am to 6 pm on Sunday. For more information, a rundown of the full list of exhibitors, or to purchase tickets ($25 for general admission; $30 at door; free for kids under 12, covering all three days;  $95 for the consumer preview, with gift bag and cocktail reception, on March 22 only), visit www.archdigesthomeshow.com.

 

4. New Date for Green Open House

The Green Open House, originally slated for Saturday, March 17, is being rescheduled. The open house will showcase the green renovation of Keller Williams NY Realty EcoBroker Gerry Angel’s White Plains home in progress. Watch this space for more details as they become available. For more information, call Murphy Brothers Contracting at (914) 777-5777.  

 

5. Dos and Don’ts for Dahlias

At a special session devoted to dahlias, award-winning expert Tom Cleere, three-term president of the Mid Island Dahlia Society and senior judge of The American Dahlia Society, will share secrets to growing stunning dahlias at 10 am on Wednesday, March 14, at the Garden Education Center of Greenwich (130 Bible St, Cos Cob, CT). In addition to generously sharing his knowledge of the dos and don’ts related to dahlias, Cleere will take participants through the steps of soil and tuber preparation recommended for March, April, and May. A wide selection of dahlia tuber varieties also will be available for pre-ordering. For more information and tickets ($25 for members; $35 for non-members), call (203) 869-9242 or visit www.gecgreenwich.org.

We welcome information about fascinating homes on the market or real estate/home-related news and events—send to Karen Odom at kodom@westchestermagazine.com.


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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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