May Home Sales and Demolitions
- Real Estate
- Published on Wednesday, 18 May 2011 11:21
Here are some May home sales – two in Scarsdale and two in Edgemont: 13 Cooper Road: Unique charming Colonial situated on beautiful 1.53 acres located in the Murray Hill Estate area with four fireplaces and large bright rooms. Step in to an inviting gracious entrance foyer with grand staircase to living quarters. Spacious rooms throughout with exquisite moldings and high ceilings. One and a half story 2+ car garage with potential for guest quarters or cabana. Basement under garage was once a horse stable. New dishwasher, washer, dryer,microwave andd disposal.
List Price: $2,495,000
Real Estate Taxes: $38,800
25 Lincoln Road: Ideally located across the street from the path to the Heathcote Elementary School and a short walk to shops and transportation. This wonderful, almost new, Colonial was built by one of Scarsdale's finest builders and features beautiful finishes such as white oak floors, custom quality moldings and wainscotting, top-of-the-line appliances, distinctive baths, two fireplaces, handsome light fixtures, a large, finishedd basement, extensive landscaping and much more.
List Price: $1,899,999
Sale Price: $1,827,661
Real Estate Taxes: $43,404
300 South Healy Avenue: Large home on gorgeous 1/2 acre lot. New roof, new indoor oil tank. 2 zone heat. All appliances and air conditioning as is. Large rooms. Great possibilities. Possibility of choice between Seely Place and Greenville schools.
List Price: $595,000
Sale Price: $585,000
Real Estate Taxes: $24,423
7 Medford Lane: Great opportunity to access Greenburg Recreation and Edgemont Schools. New hardwood floors with dark wood inlays in living room, and dining room. New granite foyer entry. Windows, doors, siding all energy compliant. All four new baths. Large size rooms. Great for extended family or nanny. New 75 gallon quick recovery water heater installed in April with ten year warranty.
List Price: $824,999
Sale Price: $765,000
Real Estate Taxes: $19,101
Headed for Demolition:
Here are more homes that may be headed for the wrecking ball. The Committee for Historic Preservation considered these properties at their meeting on Tuesday May 17, 2011 and their decisions have not been posted as yet.
14 Continental Road built in 1949 (not shown)