WESTCHESTER COUNTY, N.Y. -- Pamela Eskind and Cindy Kief, both Licensed Associate Real Estate Brokers with William Raveis Legends Realty Group's Irvington office, have joined forces to host a spectacular afternoon of public open houses for some of the Rivertowns finest homes.
This handpicked selection of six homes illustrates all of the options available to potential homebuyers. Open houses are scheduled for Sunday, July 19, from 1:00 to 3:00 p.m. Please click on the links below for complete details on each of the homes.
The featured homes include Pam Eskind’s 37 Sheldon Street in Ardsley. A Toll Brothers gem, this 5 bedroom, 3.5 bath, two-story Center Hall Colonial is set on .76 private acres and feels like new. This young home has many features, including an open floor plan, library and a two-story family room with a brick fireplace leading to a beautifully appointed designer chef’s kitchen. An immense master suite boasts a study, spa bath and sitting room. The finished walk-out lower level offers a guest room, multiple recreation areas and a walk-out to a lovely yard with a large deck.
Offered at $1,499,000, Eskind said, “This young Colonial gives a buyer everything they could want and is the type of home that people will covet for years to come.”
8 Shady Lane in Irvington, a 5 bedroom, 6.5 bath, new construction luxury home listed by Cindy Kief is offered at $3,850,000. The custom home features every detail a high end buyer deserves. Within walking distance of Main Street, this spectacular home is discreetly located on a private lane on over 1.4 acres. Special features include a custom kitchen and baths, three fireplaces, a gym and a park-like property with room for a pool.
Another of Kief’s listings, 27 Dearman Close in Irvington, is a sprawling, masterfully-crafted home in the heart of the Village, set on 1.29 acres of property and within walking distance to town. Featuring countless custom features, this modern day masterpiece offers a truly exceptional lifestyle for $2,950,000.
Next along the tour is the one-of-a-kind, newly renovated mid-century modern home located at 300 Riverview Road in Irvington. This special property with seasonal Hudson River views offers tranquility and privacy in the estate section of Riverview Road. The spacious home has wonderful curb appeal, an open floor plan, expansive property and is nestled into a private cul-de-sac.
“This ‘luxury treehouse’ sits on .65 acre at the highest point in Irvington and is perfect for the buyer who is looking for a California lifestyle right here in the heart of the village,” said Cindy Kief, listing agent. The home is offered at $1,349,000.
7 Strawberry Lane in Irvington is another of Pam Eskind’s listings that is not to be missed. Built in 1988, the home is just minutes away from the historic Village of Irvington. This one-of-a-kind, sprawling post-modern custom home is artfully designed and offers elegantly appointed rooms. The two-story foyer has an abundance of light and architectural details, a media room with surround-sound and a large eat-in-kitchen that opens to a wonderful family room with sliders to a deck and spacious, level yard. A finished lower level provides even more living space. The property lists for $1,495,000.
“The home sits pristinely on beautiful property and is just steps to town, the old Croton aqueduct and the train,” Eskind said. “This elegant home is truly a family’s dream and a commuters delight.”
As the tour heads north, Cindy Kief’s 4 Westview Circle in Sleepy Hollow is a classic brick Colonial, custom-built in 2003. With curb appeal that says “wow” the minute you arrive, the home sits perfectly on one acre in an upscale enclave and is convenient to all.
Features include state-of- the-art appliances in the main kitchen, a lower level bar area and outdoor kitchen, a private gym, two fireplaces, a breakfast room, a family room with a two-story wall of windows, a generous master suite, an incredible finished lower level and a three car garage. This home is being offered at $1,999,999.
"Our goal is to match the right property to each buyer," said Kief. “We look forward to welcoming Westchester residents, as well as the increasing influx of Manhattan and Brooklyn residents who are looking to move to Westchester. This selection of homes offers an opportunity to explore the communities and get a good understanding of value and what is currently on the market. No two buyers will see a home in the same way, so that’s why it’s important to go to open houses. When the buyer enters a home, they just know if it feels right. No internet shopping can replace the sense that a buyer gets from seeing a home in person."
Both Kief and Eskind agree that the best part about this wonderful day of open houses is that it gives buyers a no-obligation opportunity to explore the Rivertowns and to meet professional realtors who are ready to serve. They are hoping to meet you!