About Us

The #1 Selling Office in Northern Westchester.

Since 1951 we have been living and breathing Westchester Real Estate seven days a week. Understanding the long histories of each property gives us a unique ability to maximize the potential value to both buyers and sellers. With that level of in-depth knowledge, we have been able to deliver an unparalleled level of service.

The natural beauty of our environs and its preservation are essential to maintaining intrinsic value. We maintain strong ties to the organizations dedicated to land preservation. Through our efforts in conjunction with the Westchester Land Trust, we have been instrumental in guiding many landowners through the process of conservation easements. These easements protect the land from overdevelopment while realizing tax benefits for the owner.

Award-winning schools and easy accessibility to New York City, coupled with the scenic beauty of our environs, makes Northern Westchester a desirable destination for country living. We are fortunate to have so many parks and sanctuaries at our disposal for outdoor enjoyment. The Ward Pound Ridge Reservation, Halle Ravine, the Beaver Dam Sanctuary, Lasdon Park, Merestead and Mountain Lakes Park are but a few of many. Our cultural/historical arenas, including Caramoor, the Katonah Museum, the John Jay Homestead and the Hammond Museum, offer programs to enrich and enlighten. Our ties to our agricultural roots and wildlife are profuse with Muscoot Farm, the Wolf Conservation Center, Daisy Hill Farm and various weekly farmers markets. The equestrian lifestyle is also carefully preserved. Miles of trails can be accessed through the Bedford Riding Lanes, the North Salem Hunt, the Lewisboro Horseman’s Association trails and the Ward Pound Ridge Reservation. Lessons and boarding are available at many area farms.

Our profound appreciation and understanding of Northern Westchester enables us to promote the unique lifestyle our area offers. 

*Based on OneKey MLS New York statistics, sold transactions 1/1/22-12/31/22 in Bedford, Lewisboro, Mt. Kisco, North Salem, Pound Ridge and Somers