Nestled in the countryside of quaint Mount Kisco is Orchard Hill, a private community with only 12 homes set on one-third to one-half acre wooded sites. Houses are located on the rolling hills that were formerly the estate of Arlene Frances. Today, many notable residents call this area of Mount Kisco home.
Directions to Orchard Hill: Saw Mill River Parkway North to Route 133 to Mount Kisco exit. Make left and take the first right to Orchard Road and first left on Caren Court.
Gracemere Lake Estates
1994 - 1995
The Hudson River Village of Tarrytown in the Town of Greenburgh, Westchester County is where you'll find this intimate street of five Center Hall Colonials, with a minimum of 3,000 square feet constructed on quarter acre sites. Just 25 miles north of New York City, Tarrytown is a sought after community with gorgeous Hudson River views, excellent restaurants and a multitude of historic attractions.
Directions to Gracemere Estates: Route 9 to Sheldon Avenue, to Browning Lane, to Gracemere Lake Drive.
1991 - 1995
In the Village of Buchanan, Town of Cortlandt, Westchester County you'll find Pheasants Run, a cosy cul-de-sac with 8 Farm-house style homes. Each home is a minimum of 2,300 square feet nestled on 1/2 acre homesites. Pheasants Run overlooks the tranquility of Lake Meahagh, but is just minutes away from Cortlandt's busy shopping and only 50 miles north of NYC.
Directions to Pheasants Run: Route 9 to Kings Ferry Road, to Westchester Avenue, to Pheasants Run.
Powder Horn II
1987 - 1992
Blasted, chiseled, and carved into the slopes of Dickerson Mountain in the Town of Cortlandt, Westchester County, is where you'll find our largest and most challenging subdivision. Thirty-eight contemporary-style homes located on 1/2+ acre sites with breathtaking views, stone walls, rock outcroppings and hilly terrain. Power Horn II is a convenient commute to NYC, and near local shopping.
Directions to Powder Horn II: Route 9 to Montrose, Furnace Dock Road, to Powder Horn.