Edgemont Colonial for $1.04M, Recycled Glass Surfaces, “After the Storm” Fine Art and Jewelry Trunk Show

House of the Week: Edgemont Colonial

$1.045 million

Annual property taxes: $30,037

230 Beverly Rd, Edgemont (Scarsdale P.O.)

Four family bedrooms and an ideal location make this spacious 1964 Colonial ideal for a growing family. “This property is incredibly quiet,” says listing agent Susan Field. “It’s located on one of the ‘alphabet streets,’ yet it’s tucked away and avoids any through traffic. Its charming layout includes a generous entry hall, two fireplaces, a large family room, and a convenient laundry room adjacent to the eat-in-kitchen.” Other noteworthy features: oak hardwood floors throughout, crown moldings, new Andersen windows, and a newly painted exterior. The grounds, accented by a flagstone patio and rear lawn with a playground set, add equal charm. Even a large rock behind the dining room bay window is picturesque in the context of the perennial gardens. For more information, contact Coldwell Banker listing agent Susan Field at (914) 715-4458 or visit www.susan-field.com [http://www.coldwellbankermoves.com/property/details/3105679/MLS-3220603/230-Beverly-Rd-Greenburgh-Scarsdale-NY-10583.aspx?RegionID=3&StateID=38&IsBranded=1&AgentID=3216]    


Recycled Glass Surfaces: From Curbside to Countertop

Architects and interior designers have a rare opportunity to learn all the fine details behind recycled glass surfaces from those who know best—the pros at Artistic Tile and Bilotta. During a special AIA, ASID, and IIDA accredited session at 5:30 pm on Tuesday, November 13, participants will explore the process of turning recycled glass into sustainable, environmentally friendly—and yes, stunning—designs. For more information about the session in the Bilotta Showroom of the A&D Building (150 E 58th St, New York City) or to reserve your space, e-mail mandychin@artistictile.com or call (212) 727-9331, ext 1216.


Digging Up Your Dahlias

Photo courtesy of Garden Education Center of Greenwich

Due to the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy, the “Digging Up Your Dahlias” session, originally scheduled for October 30, has been rescheduled for 11 am on November 16, at the Garden Education Center of Greenwich (130 Bible St, Cos Cob, CT). Thanks to dahlia expert Steve Nowotarski, participants will leave with essential secrets for successfully preparing and storing tubers over the winter. Dress for a hands-on outdoor experience, while learning the best methods for winterizing tubers. Admission to the rain-or-shine session is $20 for non-members; $15 for members and pre-registration is required. For more information, call (203) 869-9242 or visit www.gecgreenwich.org.



“After the Storm” Fine Art and Jewelry Trunk Show

Photo courtesy of Romanoff Elements

Art by Andrea Bonfils

Looking for a calm respite after the stress of the storm? Consider taking in a little artful R&R at the “After the Storm” Fine Art and Jewelry Trunk Show hosted by Westchester-based Romanoff Elements at Table D’Hote (4 MacDonald Ave, Armonk) on Wednesday, November 7, from 6 pm to 8 pm. Not only can you admire a selection of unconventional mixed media paintings and photography by award-winning artist Andrea Bonfils and inspired jewelry by Tulah Jems, but, while mixing and mingling over wine and cheese, you might find some impossible-to-resist gems to take home for keeps. Your home will thank you. So will Her Haven (an organization that gifts professionally designed space for women in need) that will benefit from a portion of the evening’s sales. For more information, contact Romanoff Elements through Facebook or visit www.romanoffelements.com.



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