Close to school, fabulous layout, amazing yard, in – law suite…..and there is more!
Union Ave offers a meticulously maintained home in the heart of Harrison with privacy and space not to be believed!
Contact us today to schedule a showing!
735 Anderson Hill Road, Purchase New York
Opening March 31, 2018
We are beyond excited about the opening of the new Boundless Adventures ropes course in Purchase New York. This aerial adventure park started by local entrepreneurs in search of outdoor excitement will open at the end of the month. The different level courses will feature challenging obstacles, ziplines and much more!
Think fun, challenging obstacle course where you can connect with nature, your family and your inner self. Perfect for fun-seekers ages seven through adult. Challenge (and surprise) yourself with feats of strength, stamina, agility and bravery as you maneuver through nature in a range of obstacle courses that offer exhilarating, self-esteem building activities for kids and adults alike.
Enjoy climbing among the trees just minutes from your home and feeling worlds away!
Thank you Lorrie and Boundless Adventures for bringing this experience to our community! We can’t wait!
LISTING OF THE DAY
111 Osborn Road , Rye New York
Bright and open with all the charm. We are loving this new listing in Rye, conveniently located within walking distance to School, train, and town. Enjoy the privacy from the bluestone patio overlooking large flat yard.
Interested in learning more or to schedule a showing? Contact April Saxe
You cannot tell me these before and after photos aren’t compelling! Here is a sneak peek to one of our Spring listings that will hit the market this January. All it takes is some fresh paint and some staging help to transform your space. We are so thrilled our client took our advice and we can’t wait to share more about this fabulous home….stay tuned
Rye Playland Fireworks
1 Playland Parkway, Rye, NY 10580
July 3 and 4, 2017
Enjoy special fireworks celebrations on July 3 and 4 at 9:30 p.m. Then, enjoy a spectacular fireworks show choreographed to music every Friday night this summer, from July 7 through Sept. 1!
Kensico Dam Music Fest and Fireworks
Monday, July 3, 2017
Kensico Dam Plaza, 1 Bronx River Parkway, Valhalla, NY
Pre-concert entertainment begins at 6 p.m. Gerard Carelli Orchestra takes the stage at 8 p.m.; fireworks will follow at approximately 9:15 p.m. Admission and parking free. Concert-goers should bring lawn chairs or blankets as well as a picnic supper. Event will be held rain or shine.
Village of Mamaroneck Fireworks Display
Tuesday, July 4, 2017
Harbor Island Park, Boston Post Road, Mamaroneck NY
Fireworks at dark. Rain date is Wednesday, July 5, 2017.
Port Chester Independence Day Celebration
Tuesday, July 4, 2017
Port Chester Senior High School
Featuring fireworks by Grucci at dusk.
White Plains Independence Day Celebration
Friday, June 30, 2017
White Plains High School, White Plains NY
Featuring music by a Bruce Springsteen Tribute Band, plus games, entertainment and fireworks at dusk.
Saturday, July 1st
Fireworks Display at Greenwich Point on July 1st at dusk sponsored by the Town of Greenwich to be held at Greenwich Point. Normal rules for Greenwich Point access will be in effect the day of the fireworks. Greenwich Point will be closed at 8:30 P.M. or when the maximum number of cars for the available parking spaces has been achieved. Fireworks Display at Binney Park on July 1st at dusk sponsored by the Town of Greenwich to be held at Binney Park.
Thank you Harrison Wine Vault for the AMAZING Recommendation, love this Rose! Make sure you stock up before the weekend, you will drink more than you think…
Hoagland’s of Greenwich has these adorable coasters… I never use coasters but just might try these out…perfect hostess gift.
Still feeling a little pasty and pale from the LONG winter? Maybe a spray tan at GLOW in Rye Ridge is just the pick me up you need! Don’t have time? Try this blush/bronzer duo pack (or both)Call me Crazy… My husband thinks so but Iam trying to stay out of the sun this summer… and this is my go to, may not be the most fashionable BUT at least I’ll be protected!
How cool does this coming soon grill from Greatest blaze look?!?!? Call or visit their new showroom on Halstead Ave for more info and products…
If you haven’t visited Purchase Street’s newest store SARZA, run don’t walk!
Its like candy shop for adults. Local Rye owner and South African native Sara has handpicked all the merchandise, all from South African designers. From table top items to Jewelry everything feel fresh and new, a nice welcome to downtown Rye.
The Furnishings are customizable and out of this world! My favorite this indoor/outdoor chair…
Sara hard at work
Dying for those child sized chairs!
They even carry textiles and wall papers
For more info follow along on Instagram at SARZASTORE
83 Purchase Street
Rye, New York
Amy Wells is the woman behind some of the most iconic sets in entertainment: She got two Emmy nods for her masterful work creating the authentic 1960s interiors on Mad Men and is the mastermind behind Cher’s iconic closet in Clueless.
Madeline’s beachfront home is classically beautiful. “There is lots of linen and traditional transitional furniture,” says Wells. “She’s not a modernist.
Big Little Lies character Madeline Mackenzie’s home
Meanwhile, Celeste’s expansive ranch-style home is filled with kids’ stuff. “Those kids really are the rulers of the roost,” notes Wells. “But this house is my favorite, hands down. We put everything we lust after here. Her rugs are exquisite. There isn’t anything in Celeste’s house that I wouldn’t have in my dream house.”
Big Little Lies character Celeste Wright’s home
And then, there’s Renata: “She is a very hard-edged, extremely successful career woman,” says Wells. “Her home reflects that wealth and her feeling that everything has to be perfect. Of all of the houses, this one is much more ‘this is the way it is—my way or the highway.’ It’s much more buttoned down, in that sense.”
Another image of Renata’s Klein’s beachfront home
Here, Wells spills her secrets:
Start with the sofa. “If you have a neutral velvet or a linen sofa, you really cut yourself a lot of slack. You can go crazy with everything else: wallpaper, pillows, side chair fabric, et cetera,” says Wells. “That’s where I started with Madeline. I got her a really beautiful sofa.”
Don’t scrimp when it comes to upholstery. “If you’re going to spend money on anything, spend it on the sofa (see above), and then, make sure it’s upholstered well,” says Wells. Nothing stands out more than a poor upholstery job. “Since Clueless, I’ve been a big fan of Cisco Home, so I go to them first. I started working with the founder more than 20 years ago when I was starting out. I wanted to order barstools from him for a project, but the lead time was long. I told him: ‘I’m going to get fired if I don’t get these barstools,’ and he got them for us. Since then, I’ve felt really connected to him and watched his company grow.”
HomeGoods is a treasure trove of accessories. Wells has said it once, and she’ll say it again: It’s her favorite place to hunt. “I go to all of them in the whole area,” she says, laughing. “The main one in Manhattan Beach has more expensive items than the one in the Valley.”
Use great pillows. “No matter what, pillows are crucial to finish off a look,” says Wells. “And don’t be sparing. They really dress it up, and it’s all about dressing up.”
When it comes to tchotchkes, knickknacks, and objets, less is more. “It’s better to have one or two great things than a ton of stuff that isn’t important looking,” explains Wells. “Avoid filling your house with things that don’t reflect the quality of your life or how you want your life to be. The bottom line is: no schlock!”