As seen in Newsday
Our friends at Newsday recently featured another one of our luxury listings, this time our exquisite colonial in Brookville, NY. This wonderful colonial features 7 Bedrooms, with main floor master suite, 7 1/2 bathrooms, magnificent pool, and 2.3 landscaped acres. Impeccable details throughout this home. Did we mention this home features a full gym and karate room on the lower level! See the full listing here: Brookville Colonial
Pleased to announce my exclusive listing, the ultimate Mediterranean Villa located in Old Brookville, has now closed. Congratulations to the new homeowners.
Villa Aurora offers a beautiful synthesis of old world charm, outfitted with all of today’s modern amenities, and situated on 5 acres of manicured excellence. This home also features a wonderful pool with pool house, a 3 bedroom guest house, a 5 car garage, and so much more.
Follow through here to the listing page for all the details.
Water views in Kings Point, NY
This sunlit 14,000 sq. ft. architectural masterpiece is beyond compare, with exceptional water views of the Manhattan skyline & bridges. Designed by the renowned architects Mojo/Stumer, this dramatic open floor plan post-modern, showcases walls of glass and beauty, situated on 1+ acre in the prestigious village of Kings Point. No worries of a cold winter with its spectacular indoor pool sanctuary, and a custom elevator completes this exquisite package. Please contact me for more information and to schedule a private showing.
See all the listing details here -> Kings Point Post Modern
Unparalleled Craftsmanship In Old Westbury, NY
Behind these private gates is a flawlessly finished, 9,000 sq ft. colonial, that sits on 3.43 lush acres. Unparalleled craftsmanship throughout the entire home. Distinguishing features, include lavish master suite with romantic balcony, sitting room, fireplace, and marble spa bath. Also included are a chefs kitchen with a sunlit breakfast room, magnificent paneled office, wine cellar, sparkling in-ground gunite pool, slate roof, and so much more. This home is truly a masterpiece. Wheatley school district.
For the full listing details click here -> Listing Spotlight Old Westbury
Regal Contemporary Estate, Upper Brookville New York
Heralded by regal entrance gates, this dramatic residence, sited on 5+ glorious acres, is located on one of the most prestigious streets on the Gold Coast. This home exemplifies quality and architectural excellence. Truly the epitome of luxury living. Follow here for the full listing -> Contemporary Estate In Upper Brookville
Dramatic Contemporary In Old Westbury, NY
This custom built dramatic contemporary, designed by architect Keller Sandgren, features walls of glass, soaring ceilings, and every amenity imaginable. Majestically set on 2 glorious plush acres in the prestigious village of Old Westbury. For more on this stunning contemporary follow here -> Old Westbury Contemporary
Serene Luxury In Roslyn, NY
Happy to announce the newest luxury listing to the portfolio, this majestic Brick Colonial located in the heart of Roslyn. A serene tree-lined drive enhances the privacy of this majestic custom build. Sited on 2+ magnificent acres featuring unobstructed views. This 5900 sqft residence is filled with the finest materials and state-of-the-art amenities. Follow through to view the full listing here -> Roslyn Luxury
Under Contract - Exquisite Sands Point French Chateau
One of my favorite listings this year has received its fair share of accolades and compliments, but waking up to see your listing in the NY Post is always a day-maker! For the full article follow here to the NY Post -> Dream Homes
Nest Learning Thermostat
A few months back, Nest Labs released the second generation of its Learning Thermostat, which is 20 percent slimmer and boasts compatibility with 95 percent of low-voltage residential heating and cooling systems. If you are a tech junkie and want to save money on your electric bill by controlling the tempture of your home from your mobile device, this is the product for you!
Since it was first announced, the Nest Learning Thermostat has certainly created a lot of buzz – probably more than any thermostat.
Nest is making the popular product even better with the next-generation Nest thermostat, which is 20 percent slimmer and boasts compatibility with 95 percent of low-voltage residential heating and cooling systems.
The new Nest also has a new stainless steel ring, designed to blend into any decor more effectively. Other features include support for two-stage cooling, three-stage heating, and emergency heat for heat pumps, as well as whole-home humidifiers and dehumidifiers.
Another new perk is the release of Nest’s version 3.0 software (now available to existing customers) that includes custom features via System Match, as well as Early On options to get your client’s house to the desired temperature at the desired time. The software also has options for radiant systems and heat pumps, as well as better mobile support, better “away” features, and additional languages.
For the full review follow here
If you have been patiently waiting to put your home on the market, here’s some news you’ve been waiting for. According to this report in the journal, the never-ending power shift has once again turned to sellers, as buyers are chasing the shrinking supply of homes on the market. In certain market’s you’d think it is the early 2000’s all over again. Take a look at this report published a few days ago:
The National Association of Realtors said on Thursday what home buyers in many parts of the United States have known for months: it’s becoming a seller’s market.
The number of homes listed for sale in January fell by 4.9%, leaving 1.74 million properties on the market. That’s the lowest since December of 1999, when there were 1.71 million homes on the market. By contrast, there were 2.91 million homes on the market two years ago at this time.
After adjusting for seasonal factors, home sales rose by just 0.4% in January, to an annual rate of 4.92 million units. Still, that’s up from 9.1% one year ago.
The upshot is that there’s a growing pool of buyers chasing a shrinking supply of homes. If the trend holds, prices will keep going up. At the current pace of sales, it would take just 4.2 months to sell the current supply of homes available for sale, down from a 6.2 months’ supply one year ago.
For the full article follow to the WSJ here