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Before and After

saxonwoodshouseDespite economic woes, increased flooding and Village regulations, Scarsdale homes continue to get bigger and bigger. Here are two before and after photos of homes that have grown on their lots. Do you have new construction sprouting on your street? Take a photo and share it with our readers:

140 Saxon Woods Road: A group of residents argued that the original home on the site had historic importance as it was one of the last relics of a community of freed slaves who moved to Scarsdale in the mid 19th century. However, the Committee on Historic Preservation did not find it historically significant and the demolition of the original home was allowed to go through. Take a look at the size of the house (above) that is now going up on this .19 acre lot, wedged between two existing homes.

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Original Home at 140 Saxon Woods Road
47 Greenacres Avenue: Some were surprised when this beautiful Greenacres home with a wide front porch sold for a very reduced price this past summer. An addition to this 3,100 square foot house on almost 1/3 of an acre was approved in September, 2011 and now it looks as if it is almost double the original size.
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7Wayside_copyRecent Sales: 7 Wayside Lane: Remodeled Fox Meadow home with hardwood flooring, top of the line finishes and built-ins. Professional Viking kitchen and custom marble master bath. Quiet tree-lined Scarsdale street.

Sale Price: $1,355,000
R.E. Taxes: $27,048


33 Barry Road:
English brick Colonial with sunny, expansive floor plan smartly designed for easy living and entertaining. Fabulous great room adjacent to 33Barrykitchen and many improvements. Gourmet kitchen with Wolf range and new appliances, granite counters. New baths and new 2-zone central air. New roof in 2005, upgraded electric, gas heat. Romantic detailing includes two separate fireplaces, crown moldings, chair rails, window flower boxes, arched doorways. Private yard with terrace.

Sale Price: $1,250,000
R.E. Taxes: $25,700

10Overhillroad10 Overhill Road: Arts and Crafts style Colonial in Fox Meadow, a block from Scarsdale's Village Center. Recently painted, floors refinished. Lovely details including bay windows, a grand staircase and two fireplaces. Five bedrooms, two full baths and a powder room. 624 more square feet on the third floor.

Sale Price: $744,600
R.E. Taxes: $17,891



124 Ferndale Road
: Stone front three bedroom Colonial conveniently located on a quiet dead end street with a short walk to Greenville Elementary 124FerndaleSchool. House has new boiler and is nicely maintained. Great value in the sought after Edgemont school district.

Sale Price: $455,000
R.E. Taxes: $15,741

 

 

 

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HLChristieSmallFeatured Listing: 32 School Lane, Scarsdale
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Scarsdale: Classic brick Center Hall Colonial set on private landscaped .29 acre property. Beautifully maintained home with grace and detail within a short walk to village and train. Highlights include an entry Hall with circular staircase, library and separate guest wing with private entrance. Many updates throughout.

List Price: $1,499,000
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HLChristieSmallFeaturd Listing: 57 Midvale Road , Hartsdale: 57MidvaleRoad
Gorgeous four bedroom Colonial totally renovated and expanded in 2005 on a beautiful half acre property overlooking Scarsdale Golf Course. This home has a fabulous high-end kitchen, living room with fireplace and dining room opening to yard plus two family rooms. Wonderful master suite with tray ceiling and luxurious bath.

List Price: $1,595,000
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