The HGTV Star of Westchester County

Lights, camera, action! A charming chalet-style home in the town of New Rochelle, N.Y., is the star of Westchester County after being chosen to be featured as a “dream home” on an episode of HGTV’s popular reality TV show “Property Brothers.” The residence, which is represented by Larchmont agent Carola Schonander and offered at $1,099,000, was recently filmed for an episode set to air this coming fall.

Property Brothers” is a one hour reality show in which twin brothers Jonathan and Drew Scott help home buyers find, purchase and transform “fixer-uppers” into dream homes, while maintaining a strict budget.  Each episode begins with the brothers showcasing a home that features everything on the future homeowner’s wish-list, eventually leading them to homes that are more in their price range, but still have great potential to become their dream home.

Once a local cider mill, this 1927 renovated home boasts 4,500 square feet of space, which includes an inviting center hall entrance with 16-foot ceilings and a modern, open floor plan throughout. While fully equipped with up-to-date amenities and features, the carefully renovated home retains much of its original architectural integrity, boasting interior details such as wood-beamed cathedral ceilings, four fireplaces, a turret sitting area, hardwood floors and more.  The residence’s kitchen offers oversized windows, and is located adjacent to a spacious living room with a stone fireplace and French doors that open to a sweeping private yard with mature landscaping.  Upstairs, 3 bedrooms, including an amenity filled master bath, can be found.

“Having the Property Brothers and crew in the house was undoubtedly a great experience for all,” said fellow Larchmont agent Gay Rosen, who wrote a piece on the featured property upon hearing the news. “There were approximately 10 staff members present for the day’s shooting, and when aired in October, it will definitely be a show that will be viewed by many in our area.”

“I can see why this fantastic residence was chosen to be featured as a dream home on the show,” said Schonander. “Not only does it have a unique past and undeniable rustic charm, but it also contains all the contemporary luxuries needed to live a fine lifestyle among the fabulous surroundings and offerings of this Westchester County town.  It was a pleasure to have the Property Brothers and crew in the house, and we all can’t wait for this very special episode to air!”

For more information on the property, located at 22 Quaker Ridge Road, visit the our website here.

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