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130 FOREST AVENUE in Rye, New York

This traditional Colonial deftly incorporates a crisp, clean, modern palette of color and comforts to create an uncompromisingly elegant, yet relaxed style of living. Well-appointed Chef’s kitchen with Butler’s pantry, large family room with adjacent library, formal living room and dining rooms, master bedroom suite, 4 additional bedrooms including guest suite, 2,000 square foot finished basement with wine cellar, professionally designed and landscaped English garden, pergola and bluestone terrace with summer kitchen and built-in grill. Close to town, train, schools, beaches and more.

6 Bdrms | 5.1 Bths | 7,140 SqFt | .62 Acres | Built in 2014
Asking $5,195,000

Living Room

Dining Room

Kitchen

Library

Front Exterior

Rear Exterior

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EASTER EGG HUNT

What: Carole D. Kirby Memorial Easter Egg Hunt
When: Saturday, March 31st
Time: Line Up at 10:30am and Hunt at 11:00am
Location: Rye Recreation Field

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A recent article in Westchester Magazine (15 Food and Drink Spots We’re Looking Forward to Opening in 2018 by Samantha Garbarini) featured the following upcoming restaurants in our area:

Taco Shack
When: March
Where: 25 N Main Street, Port Chester
Taco Shack will be the Taqueria’s first sit-down location, complete with full bar serving margaritas and a series of cocktails built ever-trendy mezcal.

Sweet Charlie’s
WhenMarch
Where362 Mamaroneck Avenue, Mamaroneck
This East Coast chain will bring Thai-rolled ice cream to Westchester. Bases include frozen-yogurt and vegan options, and topping combos feature flavors like chocolate-peanut-butter pretzel, s’mores, mint Oreo, and the SoCal, made with açai, honey, coconut, and banana.

Decadent Ales Taproom at Half Time
When: Spring
Where: 139 Hoyt Avenue, Mamaroneck
It’s already the county’s best beer store, but starting this spring, Half Time will also be home to Decadent Ales’ brewing operations. The store will convert space into a brewery and taproom for the Mamaroneck-based brewery, where they’ll pour Decadent on draft and lines curated by Half Time. Plans include a full restaurant menu.

Colony Grill
WhenMay
Where35 Abendroth Avenue, Port Chester
For the Connecticut institution known for its hot oil pie, this will be the first New York location. The 170-seat pub space will front the Byram River (with outdoor seating in warm weather) and will serve its bar-style pies until 1 am on weekends.

Rafele Rye
WhenTBD
Where26 Purchase Street, Rye
Chopped champion Raffaele Ronca’s Rye restaurant (he’s also the chef at Ristorante Rafele in NYC) is expected to open in the first half of 2018. Expect classics from his Neapolitan upbringing plus his mother’s cheesecake, named one of the best in America by Food & Wine.

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Weekly Real Estate Update (2/16/18 – 2/22/18)

RYE CITY SCHOOLS (10580)

  • Active Single Family Homes – 66
  • SF Homes in Contract – 28
  • Average Price – $3,679,030
  • Average Price Per SF – $692.79
  • Average DOM – 126 Days
  • Median Price – $2,922,500
  • Sales YTD: 2018 – 18 | 2017 – 17

4 New Single Family Listings in Rye:

  • 333 Rye Beach Avenue – $1,075,000
  • 115 Osborn Road – $1,495,000
  • 96 Evergreen Avenue – $3,295,000  HL
  • 185 Milton Road – $3,780,000

3 Price Reductions in Rye

  • 36 Tyler Circle – $945,000 to $895,000
  • 20 Mayfield Street – $1,350,000 to $1,299,000
  • 12 Manursing Way – $1,850,000 to $1,795,000

6 Public Open Houses in Rye This Weekend

 

RYE NECK SCHOOLS (10580)

  • Active Single Family Homes – 11
  • SF Homes in Contract – 3
  • Average Price – $3,257,173
  • Average Price per SF – $571.87
  • Average DOM – 158 Days
  • Median Price – $2,600,000
  • Sales YTD: 2018 – 1 | 2017 – 3

0 New Single Family Listings in Rye Neck 10580

0 Price Reductions in Rye Neck 10580

0 Public Open Houses in Rye Neck (10580) This Weekend

 

HARRISON SCHOOLS (10577, 10580, 10528)

  • Active Single Family Homes – 112
  • SF Homes in Contract – 23
  • Average Price – $2,888,347
  • Average Price per SF – $443.57
  • Average DOM – 193 Days
  • Median Price – $2,500,000
  • Sales YTD: 2018 – 18 | 2017 – 12

3 New Single Family Listings in Harrison:

  • 1 Stratford Road (10528) – $2,395,000
  • 10 Star Farm Road (10577) – $3,995,000
  • 1 Laurel Wood Court (10580) – $5,899,000  HL

5 Price Reductions in Harrison

  • 33 Bradford Avenue (10528) – $549,000 to $539,000
  • 491 Harrison Avenue (10528) – $1,208,000 to $1,125,000
  • 16 Ponds Lane (10577) – $1,395,000 to $1,349,000
  • 97 Muchmore Road (10528) – $2,495,000 to $2,449,000
  • 3 Pineview Circle (10577) – $3,150,000 to $3,000,000

8 Public Open Houses in Harrison (10580,10528,10577) This Weekend

For more information on any of the above properties or the current real estate market please contact me at jomeara@houlihanlawrence.com.

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Congratulations to Joan for receiving the Houlihan Lawrence Emerald Award for her sales performance in 2017. Joan was one of  only 16 HL agents to receive this notable award.

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Book Club Pick

RED NOTICE By Bill Browder

This is a great read! Everything you ever thought about Russia’s illegal doings and the power Putin wields is true.

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Seems like summer planning gets earlier and earlier each year! Some summer camp registrations have already begun so it is time to sign your child(ren) up for some fun activities. Here are a few option in our area:

  • Rye YMCA – Offers a variety of half and full day summer camps for children ages 3-17. A packed session of daily swim lessons and instructional sports plus science, arts, music and much more.
  • Rye Recreation Department – Offers full and half day summer camp programs for children aged 3 through 8th grade, with extended care available.
  • Rye Arts Center – Offers summer programs for ages 4 to 12 years old.
  • Rye Nature Center – Offers adventurous and educational summer programs for children aged 3½ to 13 years. Set on 47 acres of forest and trails, the camp creates an enthusiastic and active atmosphere for children to explore a variety of ecosystems and become connected to nature.
  • Harrison Recreation Department – Four days camps offering sports, arts, crafts, swimming, music and weekly specials.
  • Purchase Day Camp – A professional staff of over 60 teachers oversees this day camp for ages 3 to 14 years old. Campers enjoy 4 heated pools, climbing wall and zip line, rocketry, computers, crafts and sports twice a day.
  • Future Stars Tennis Camp – Weekly day camp June through August for campers 3½ to 16 years old on the SUNY Purchase campus.
  • Rye Racquet Club – Features day camps intended for children ages 8 to 16.
  • Purchase College Youth & Pre-College Programs – This is a great summer arts program for students from 6 to 18 years old who love to act, sing and dance, paint, write creatively, be a reporter, take pictures, make movies, play jazz, or write songs.
  • US Sports Institute Camps – Includes Sport Squirts, Multi Sport, Lacrosse and Lacrosse Squirts

Have your kids enjoyed a local summer camp that’s not listed above? Share your favorites with us!

 

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