• Sunday , 10 December 2017

Tour Timeless Classics in Westchester’s Smallest City

The Rye Historical Society is sponsoring a downtown walking tour this weekend, and on Sunday our agents have coordinated the perfect follow up: An afternoon of open houses spotlighting some of the most historic real estate in town.

Whether you attend the tour our not, these classic homes of Rye residents past, present and future will be open to see:

6 Manursing Way
Throw fabulous parties and backyard barbecues on the flagstone terrace of this 6,200+ square foot signature Colonial on a private 1+ acre lot.

2 Warriston Lane
It’s all about location with this captivating center-hall Colonial in Milton Point, steps away from Long Island Sound.

9 Fairway Avenue
Unlock the future of turnkey living only a block from Long Island Sound in this renovated and pristine 1929 English Tudor.

752 Forest Avenue
Live near the water and enjoy scenic views of Long Island Sound in this stately and timeless 1933 Tudor.

65 Grace Church Street
Explore a charming historic Colonial from 1911 has been renovated and expanded, but maintains its turn-of-the-century character and charm .

164 Grandview Avenue
Built in 1901, this classic Colonial is situated in one of Rye’s premier neighborhoods with over 5,200 square feet of luxurious living space.

265 Locust Avenue
This bright, move-in ready 1914 Colonial on .55 acres has been beautifully renovated, including a top-of-the-line kitchen by internationally recognized designer Mick De Giulio.

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