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CHP Approves Six Homes for Demolition

69MamaroneckIf you think you see lots of new homes going up now, you'll see even more in the next few months. At it's April meeting, the Committee for Historic Preservation approved the demolition of six more homes. Here are the addresses – and photos of a few:

43 Harvest Drive – built in 1924
31 Murray Hill Road – built in 1925
16 Fenimore Road – built in 1928
257 Fox Meadow Road – built in 1939
21 Rural Drive – built in 1955
69 Mamaroneck Road – built in 1958

Sales:

19 Rectory Lane:
bright, spacious and stately colonial in the heart of Fox Meadow. 19RectoryLaneThis meticulously cared for home features; gourmet kitchen with center island, butler's pantry, breakfast room area, family room. Classic living room with fireplace focal point, dining room which opens to rear deck /decorative awning. Bedroom and bath on first floor ,perfect for visiting family or study. Powder room. Second floor boasts master bedroom/bathroom, large dressing room and nursery or home office. 2 family bedrooms and updated hall bathroom. Beautiful hardwood floors and architectural details throughout.

Sale Price: $1,950,000
Real Estate Taxes: $35,385

273Boulevard273 Boulevard: Sunny Edgewood Colonial with carefree, open layout and generously sized rooms. Terrific updated spaces include a stylish kitchen with center island, new appliances and mosaic glass tile backsplash along with a freshly renovated en-suite master bath. Additional features found in this home are hardwood floors, central air, new gas hot water heater, digital keypad entry, 3-zone gas heat, attached garage, and level property with patio for entertaining

Sale Price: $785,000
Real Estate Taxes: $16,242

169MadisonRoad169 Madison Road: Classic 1930 Colonial with generous sized rooms. Entrance hall, powder room, large living room with fireplace and French doors leading to front terrace, formal dining room, eat-in kitchen with breakfast room and door to side entrance. Second floor...three spacious bedrooms with hall bath and walk up stairs to full attic. Lower level offers a play area, large storage area and utilities.

Sale Price: $662,000
Real Estate Taxes: $17,730

Featured Listings:

44GreenacresAve44 Greenacres Avenue, Scarsdale: This much-admired HoulihanLivinginScarsdaleGreenacres brick Center Hall Colonial has it all. Exquisite architectural details throughout, beautiful leaded windows, three fireplaces, grand center hall opens to all first floor rooms, living room, dining room, family room, powder room as well as entrances to outdoor private patio, slate roof, large 2-car garage and updated cook's kitchen with granite counters, center island, professional stove and three sinks. An elegant master suite with new master bath with soak tub and shower, 2 sinks and outfitted walk-in closet, three bedrooms, one en-suite, two new baths, two walk-in closets and bonus office complete the second floor. Fabulous lower level playroom, guest quarters with separate entrance, beautiful updated bath, laundry room and office. Private backyard, perfect to entertain and throw a ball. Ideal central location, easy walk to school, playgrounds, train, restaurants and shopping. Learn more here:

List Price: $2,495,000

25CooperRoadnew25 Cooper Road: Move up to Murray Hill. This exciting JuliaBFeeSquareSmallNew Construction, stone and clapboard Colonial is located in prime Murray Hill Estate Area. Featuring 9,035 square feet of stunning architectural design, this exceptional home features 8 bedrooms, 7 1/2 baths, a dramatic two-story 20-foot entry hall with annemoretticolorsoaring curved staircase, accompanied by beautifully crafted custom paneling. The expansive center hall opens to a stunning, 32 foot-long formal living room. First floor has 10-foot ceilings with a modern, open floor plan. Professionally designed JEM chef's kitchen with 7-foot marble island opens to an expansive family room with fireplace. Mahogany deck with views of 1.37 acres of property including pool, large 28CooperMasterlevel backyard play area and beautiful, flowering perennials. The Master Suite has gas fireplace and 16-foot cathedral ceilings and its own deck. Master bath offers marble, radiant heat floors, modern Robern vanities, a soaking tub and an over-sized deluxe shower. Three-car garage, full-house generator, and fully finished lower level walk-out with 10 foot ceilings, open playroom, exercise area and potential media and wine rooms. Highest quality construction and finishes. Click here for more information. For a private viewing contact listing agent, Anne Moretti at 914-815-0057. Learn more here.

List Price: $5,998,000

234MamaroneckAve234 Mamaroneck Road, Scarsdale: This magnificent fully HoulihanLivinginScarsdalerenovated Tudor has been totally re designed and opened up for an easy modern floor plan. Gorgeous property with amazing side and fenced in backyard. This home boasts a gorgeous kitchen with custom cabinetry, center island for gatherings along with beautiful granite counter tops, adjoining family room with stone fireplace and 2 French doors that lead to a slate patio for formal entertaining. Elegant powder room, formal dining room off the kitchen, formal living room with original beamed ceilings and stone fireplace complete the first floor. The 2nd floor has been totally renovated for today's lifestyle with laundry on the 2nd floor, 5 bedrooms and 4 renovated baths. The master bedroom is to die for. Tray ceiling, 2 walk in closets, double sided gas fireplace shared by the sitting area, master bath with double sinks, Jacuzzi bath, steam and rain shower make this a luxurious retreat to come home to at the end of the day. Hardwood floors throughout. Learn more here:

List Price: $1,550,000

Comments   

-3 #2 A Parent 2015-04-24 11:05
At least the new houses will provide some glitz to offset the ancient old roads.

I think much better than having ancient old houses and ancient old roads all in need of sprucing up.
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+5 #1 PRESERVATION? 2015-04-22 21:06
WHAT PRESERVATION?
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