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Coming Down and Going Up

10RichbellRoadIt’s a busy season for builders in Scarsdale, with houses coming down and going up at a fast clip. Before a home can be demolished, the Scarsdale Committee for Historic Preservation must consider the property’s historical significance. As a result, the list of applications for consideration by the committee is growing. On the agenda for the April 17 meeting of the committee are six homes.

Here are the addresses:

9 Stonehouse Road – built in 1951

10 Ogden Road built in 1949

16 Cambridge Road built in 1951

9 Hamilton Road built in 1921

10 Richbell Road built in 1925

50 Brookby Road built in 1935

Above find a photo of 10 Richbell Road, which sits on 1.62 acres in Murray Hill. If the committee does not find that it merits preservation it will be demolished.

For 50 Brookby Road, a rendering of a new house on the site is already being advertised. Take a look at the house that is now there and the one that’s to come:

50 Brookby Road Now
Proposed Home 50 Brookby Road



2campdenroad2 Campden Road, Edgemont: Premier Cotswold Tudor of incomparable beauty, quality and size with classic proportions and exquisite architectural details. Features updated kitchen and baths, stained glass, leaded windows and French doors, chestnut paneling , four fireplaces, 7 zone heat, 3 zone CAC, and tray ceilings. Grounds designed by leading landscape architect.

Sale Price: $2,950,000
Real Estate Taxes: $66,526

3OakyWay3 Oak Way, Scarsdale: Nestled on an oak lined cul-de-sac, this fabulous Greenacres Arts and Crafts style home was originally built in 1910. It was renovated and modernized in 1995 maintaining its architectural beauty and design. Almost 5,000 square feet, the home has 7 bedrooms, 4.2 baths and 10 uniquely designed fireplaces. The large, private yard completes the ambiance of this sophisticated and elegant home.

Sale Price: $2,480,000
Real Estate Taxes: $44,653

71roundhill71 Round Hill Road, Edgemont: Bright beautiful, classic country colonial that has it all: New elegant eat-in kitchen and mud room, living room with fireplace, large dining room two family rooms, first floor bedroom and bath. Upstairs is a terrific new master suite with office, walk in closets, built-ins and luxe bathroom. 3 large bedrooms, .4 acres, beautifully landscaped, Easy access to deck, walk to school.

Sale Price: $1,595,000
Real Estate Taxes: $48,363



HLChristieSmallFeatured Listing: 140 Saxon Woods Road140saxonwoodsrendering_
Something special in Scarsdale! Affordable new construction with golf course views. 3000 square feet of sun-drenched quality construction with 9 foot ceilings and hardwood floors, offering an inviting gourmet kitchen with granite countertops and family rooom with fireplace (24x26) combination. The perfect great room overlooking the tranquil greens of Saxon Woods Golf Course.  Detail moldings and marble baths are planned. Still time to customize. Learn more here.

List Price: $1,389,000.

HLChristieSmallFeatured Listing: 5 Sunrise Lane, Edgemont 5sunriselane_copy
Situated on nearly a half acre property on a cul-de-sac, this stunning five bedroom Colonial features a wonderful floor plan and access to the outside from multiple rooms. A large entry leads to the spacious living room, formal dining room, modern kitchen and family room with stone fireplace. Hardwood floors. Learn more here.

List Price: $899,000







#3 Nuts 2012-04-19 08:44
There should be no development in flood prone areas! Why do we have village trustees? When are we going to address the storm water problems and not make them worse?
#2 Flooding 2012-04-13 20:44
I hope the village is considering the impact on flooding. They talk a good game about their concern, but rarely if ever follow through.
#1 J. Engler 2012-04-12 11:39
This is so disturbing to me. The character of the town is changing - as every home looks like a McMansion. Soon Scarsdale will look like a L.I. development. jwe

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