BRONXVILLE, N.Y. -- The weather is getting warmer and so is Bronxville Real Estate at Houlihan Lawrence, with the addition of two beautiful homes hitting the market in recent weeks.
With spring, the biggest selling season of the year, right around the corner, real estate agents are getting a jump start on promoting new several new listings. Two of Bronxville's most elegant homes, 18 Gladwin Place and 3 Beechwood Road , are currently ready for their warm-weather debuts.
"The spring market can start anytime in late January or early February,’’ said Cynthia Landis, the brokerage office manager for the Houlihan Lawrence offices in Bronxville and Yonkers. “With all the great homes for sale already, we’re getting a start even earlier than usual this year.”
18 Gladwin Place is a six bedroom, .76 acre home, listed for $6.7 million. The home at 3 Beechwood Road also contains six bedrooms and sits on on .91 acres, currently asking $5.9 million.
The Gladwin Place property is sited in the Bronxville School district and close to the Bronxville train station. The classic colonial was designed by William Bates, a turn-of-the-century architect who helped design some of Bronxville's most iconic homes during the late 19th and early 20th centuries. With two beautiful facades overlooking a wide, sloping lawn perfect for sledding, 18 Gladwin Place has been renovated and expanded for comfortable, modern living.
Built in 1923, 3 Beechwood Road is a stately, two-story colonial that combines craftsmanship and style. With over 4,000 sq. ft. of living space, an entertainment system with speakers in 13 rooms and just a short distance from the train station, 3 Beechwood is considered one of Bronxville's premiere homes.
“We’re excited to showcase these two amazing properties,’’ said Landis. “I think it shows that there is still a strong market for higher-priced homes. People want luxury and turn-key living, which both of these homes possess.”
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