It was a beautiful evening last Thursday in Larchmont, NY in every sense of the word. Julia B. Fee Sotheby’s International Realty hosted an open house event inviting premier agents from throughout the Tri-State area as well as members of the local community to tour three Larchmont estates. The scene was overwhelming, with exquisite residences, enthusiastic visitors and gorgeous surrounding views of the Long Island Sound at sunset.
Homes featured on the tour included a circa-1893 Victorian that served as the site of the Belvedere Hotel in the 1890s and later the Manor Inn, offered at $3,948,000. This iconic six-bedroom renovated home blends historic quality and modern comfort with meticulous craftsmanship. Located just a block from Larchmont Manor’s beach and park, the residence makes it nearly impossible not to be swept away by the stunning waterfront views visible from its many rooms and wraparound porches.
The breathtaking beauty continued at a tour of a 1920s Tudor-inspired residence located in Larchmont’s private waterfront enclave of Cedar Island, offered at $7,499,500. This immaculately refurbished historic home boasts endless opportunity. From a luxurious in-ground pool neighboring pristine gardens and the Long Island Sound to striking formal rooms and architecture, this residence is one of Larchmont’s finest.
Finally, visitors let the rest of the world fall away at this Edgewater Point residence with stunning water views from multiple living areas, offered at $8,595,000. The 8,669 square-foot luxurious escape has everything you need and more. Enjoy a cocktail while watching yacht races on the Sound from the home’s private patio, or float your worries away in an in-ground saltwater pool. This home epitomizes the perfect qualities and lifestyles of the evening’s toured properties.
Julia B. Fee Sotheby’s International Realty Larchmont agents hosting each of the open houses included Cathy Fugazy, Mimi Magarelli, Jeanne Kiernan and Katherine Tamagna, in addition to Larchmont brokerage manager Carolyn Fugere.
“It was an absolute honor to be able to introduce these spectacular properties to members of the community during the tour,” said Fugere. “The weather was beautiful and perfect for an evening of entertaining, and we were thrilled to see such a high turnout join us in our celebration of these extraordinary homes.”