Visit The ‘Dale – Organic Pharmer



The team from Organic Pharmer paid a visit to our office today with some healthy treats from their new Scarsdale location.

Their delicious and nutritious menu features doctor-approved, 100% organic cold-pressed, health-supportive juices, smoothies, and grab-and-go foods, plus medically-sound detoxes, and cleanses with delivery throughout Westchester, Southern Fairfield counties, and NYC.


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National Dog Day


This Friday, August 26th is National Dog Day; it was founded in 2004 by animal advocate Colleen Paige, to encourage adoption. It is a day to celebrate all breeds and to recognize the number of dogs that need to be rescued each year.

Adopting is one of the most compassionate and rewarding things you will ever do. Your decision to adopt will provide a second chance for a deserving animal. We wanted to celebrate all the fur babies in our office by having them come in for a photo shoot. Visit our Facebook page to view all the fabulous photos: Living In Scarsdale FB.

Here are some great local shelters if you are thinking about rescuing an animal. Most of these shelters run off of donations and volunteers if that is something you are also interested in.





Visit The ‘Dale – Skinny Buddha


Skinny Buddha is your one stop shop for prepared organic meals and beverages. Specializing in 100% organic smoothies, green drinks, acai bowls, salads, entrees, desserts, and a delicious made to order menu.

Elyce, the head chef and co-owner is a certified Holistic Health Counselor trained in Ayurvedic nutrition. She will not only make sure you are nourishing your body with the organic, wholesome “fuel” you need, she guarantees you will delight in every bite as you transform into a Skinny Buddha.

We recommend their heavenly acai bowls, stop by to try one for yourself, they are located  at 6 Depot Plaza, across from the Scarsdale train station.


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Visit The Dale – La Dentelliere


La Dentelliere is a European-inspired emporium featuring an abundance of items of elegance, grace and charm, all hand selected by the owner Michelle Anderson.

In this extraordinary boutique you can find unique gifts, Florentine chandeliers, Limoges, jewelry and quality table linens from France and Italy. There is always a large display of unique picture frames, ready made and custom dried florals, Provence pottery, French antique tole teapots and decorative hand painted trays.  Aromatherapy is prominently featured with room diffusers, atomizers, candles and potpourri. Wine accouterments, bar and table glassware, tabletop, home accessories and men’s gifts are also offered.

Established in 1985, La Dentelliere started as a small railroad shop on the downtown side of the tracks in Scarsdale village. The present location of their flagship store is at 20 East Parkway, in the heart of The ‘Dale.


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Impressive Outdoor Living Spaces Just In Time For Memorial Day

This weekend is the official kickoff of summer. That means barbecues, picnics and pool parties. Here are some outdoor living spaces worthy of a spectacular Memorial Day celebration.

10 Broadmoor Road Scarsdale, NY $4,500,000


This stunning Normandy style home has been entirely renovated by Alisberg Parker. Situated on a prestigious Scarsdale street on .78 acres of exquisite grounds. Ideal for gracious living and entertaining. The spectacular outdoor space includes a pool, spa and stone terrace complete with kitchen.

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2 Hickory Lane Scarsdale, NY $4,195,000


This beautiful stone and shingle Colonial is situated on over an acre in the heart of Fox Meadow. Picturesque outside entertaining area with built-in barbecue, large patio with two seating areas and sparkling pool.

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1 Deerfield Lane Scarsdale, NY $3,295,000


Sophisticated five bedroom, five-and-a-half bath, 6,000+ square foot home on lushly landscaped, private .8 acre. Enjoy this dynamic property with its stunning views, expansive deck, gunite pool and spa. Hamptons style living all year long.

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It’s Time To Spruce Up For Spring


By: Avisia Limato

Sunday is the first day of spring. That means an end to these cold, snowy days and time for… spring cleaning. Before we start enjoying all those sunny days and flowers we should make sure our homes are as ready for spring as we are.


It is time to open the windows to let all that fresh spring air in…and then clean them. To avoid streaks use a lint free cloth or squeegee. You can pick up a window cleaner at the store or make your own solution with just 2 cups of hot water, ¼ cup of white vinegar and ½ teaspoon of dish detergent. Also make sure to wash the window screens, so you have a crystal clear view of the sunny spring days to come.


Let’s get rid of all those dust bunnies. The best tool for this job is a microfiber cloth; it will grab the dust and not leave any lint behind. A great addition to a microfiber cloth is a multipurpose spray to get those surfaces gleaming again.


For all those dust bunnies that might have escaped your microfiber cloth, it’s time to break out the vacuum. Before you get started make sure to check your vacuum bag. Your vacuum can be used for so much more than just your floors. You can use a vacuum to clean your upholstered furniture, draperies, ceiling fans and walls (yes your walls get dusty). So, get that vacuum out with all those crazy looking attachments and get to work.


Your floors see so much traffic; the winter months are the worst with the snow, sleet and salt. Most homes have more than one type of flooring. For carpets, hit those stains first with a spot cleaner, dab don’t rub. Once the spots are cleaned you can vacuum. You probably sweep and vacuum the wood floors but for spring cleaning take out the mop with some mild detergent mixed with water to get that wood shiny like new. Mopping with a mild detergent and water will also do the trick for tile and vinyl flooring. For grout, using this solution and scrubbing with a non-abrasive cloth will help get them white again.


Your kitchen has seen a lot of cooking and baking over the holidays, show it some love and get it tip top shape. Aside from cleaning the floors, walls and windows you are going to want to give the cabinets, refrigerator and oven a good cleaning. Take time to clean out the cabinets of items you no longer use or want. Then clean the outside of the cabinets; a great solution is water and dish soap. To clean your oven take out all the racks first to scrub in the sink, then create a paste from baking soda and water and coat the inside of the oven. Let sit overnight, and then wipe down the inside of the oven. You can spray some vinegar on the inside to collect any left-over residue from the solution, it will make it foam and then you can easily wipe it all up. For your refrigerator you will want to unplug it first so you can clean under the kick plate and vacuum the refrigerator coils. Clean out all the food so you can give the shelves and drawers a good scrub. Once done put everything back in and turn it on.


Get your bed fresh for spring just like the rest of your home. The first step is to wash all your bedding. The easiest way to clean your pillows is to put them in the wash using warm water on a gentle cycle and then tumble dry (do not put foam pillows in the wash). On to the mattress; all you need is a box of baking soda, a great smelling essential oil and your vacuum. Put 20 drops of the essential oil in the baking soda box, close and shake it up. Sprinkle baking soda over the mattress and then rub it into the mattress and let sit for an hour. Then vacuum it all up.

Now you are ready to go chase butterflies and enjoy your spring!

Presidential Properties

The most well-known residence of any President is the White House, but what about where they lived before and after their Presidency. In honor of Presidents’ Day we are taking a look at some of the places they called home sweet home.

George Washington



Mount Vernon was the plantation home of George Washington and his wife Martha. The estate is situated on the backs of the Potomac River in Virginia. In 1758 Washington began the first of many additions and improvements on the home. Most architectural historians believe that the design of Mount Vernon is solely attributed to Washington. The home has been restored to its appearance in 1799, the year Washington died.


Abraham Lincoln 


The only home that Abraham Lincoln ever owned was purchased by him and his wife Mary Todd in 1844 for $1,200. The home is located at the corner of Eighth and Jackson Streets in Springfield, Illinois. During the time he lived here, Lincoln was elected to the House of Representatives in 1846, and elected President in 1860. The home was donated to the State of Illinois by Lincoln’s son Robert under the condition that it would forever be maintained and open to the public free of charge.




Theodore Roosevelt 


Sagamore Hill is located in Oyster Bay, New York on the North Shore of Long Island. In 1884 Theodore Roosevelt hired a New York architectural firm to design a shingle-style, Queen Anne home on the property. The home became the primary residence of Theodore and Edith Roosevelt. It was know as the “Summer White House” during the seven summers Roosevelt spent there as President. It is now the Sagamore Hill National Historic Site, the home and its contents have been preserved and are open to the public by guided tour.



John F. Kennedy 



In 1929 the Kennedy family moved to a local area of ours; Bronxville, New York. John F Kennedy was 12 years old at the time. The estate they purchased was called Crownlands, a Georgian style mansion situated on 5.5 acres at 294 Pondfield Road. At the time this was the largest parcel of land in the village. Crownlands was demolished in 1953 with the acreage being subdivided into the development of Crown Circle.