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Armonk Family's Home To Be Featured On 'Property Brothers' TV Show

The Property Brothers with two of Saadia Sullivan's kids, Emma and Riley.
The Property Brothers with two of Saadia Sullivan's kids, Emma and Riley. Photo Credit: Sam Barron

ARMONK, N.Y. -- A home designer in Armonk received the ultimate endorsement Wednesday.

The HGTV show "Property Brothers" was in Armonk shooting at the home of Saadia Sullivan. The home was used as an example of a dream home that prospective homeowners should aspire.

"The home is on the market and they contacted my broker," Sullivan said. "They came over and shot all morning."

Sullivan said she would like to think they chose her house because of its style and design and how it creates a dynamic space. Sullivan said the crew was amazing.

"They were thorough and polite," Sullivan said. "They were on time and they cleaned up after themselves. The brothers themselves were really nice, very friendly and funny. There were 15 cars parked outside my house and all of these lights and cameras."

"Property Brothers" is a big hit in the Sullivan household and Sullivan said her kids insisted they stay home so they could meet Drew and Jonathan Scott, the twin hosts of the program.

Sullivan also buys homes, renovates them and sells them.

"My kids are really into my work," Sullivan said. "They help me with suggestions of what colors to paint the house with. They are very knowledgeable." 

The Sullivans themselves will not be on camera, though Sullivan said she was very humbled to have them in her home.

"It was a great experience," Sullivan said. "I feel like I got lucky. I'm very proud that my home was used as a dream house.

The show is expected to air sometime in the summer and Sullivan said they will have friends and family over to celebrate when it's on.

"It's a great thing for our town," Sullivan said. "They picked Armonk out of the blue. I feel really grateful, blessed and humbled."

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