Sanders Properties Inc | Tuxedo Park, Grand View-ON-Hudson, South Nyack Real Estate


425 White Oak Road, Palisades, NY 10964  

Residential
$729,000
Price
4
Bedrooms
3/1
Full/Half Baths
One of Palisades' prettiest streets, White Oak Road is a child-safe cul-de-sac. Long driveway to stately center hall colonial, sited well back from the road, with beautiful mature trees and large manicured front lawn. Spacious, meticulously maintained home with two story entrance hall, large living room with a triple window and hardwood floor. Gracious dining room with triple window, bright family room and lovely powder room. Magnificent chef's kitchen, maple & beveled glass Decora cabinets, porcelain back splash, granite counter tops. It features a breakfast room with sliding glass doors to a large entertainment deck and hot tub overlooking the lawn and a lovely forest view, beyond. Upstairs, the master bedroom is spacious with a dressing room and a luxe, en-suite bath with granite counters, dual basins, posh Touch of Glass shower with glass walls and granite seating. All baths were updated in 2012. Three other beautiful bedrooms and another fabulous bath. Systems recently updated.


As a homebuyer, it may be beneficial to establish goals. Because once you know what you want to accomplish during the homebuying journey, you can take the necessary steps to achieve your homebuying aspirations.

Now, let's take a look at three factors to consider as you develop homebuying goals.

1. Your Dream Home

Define your dream house – you will be glad you did. If you know what you want to find in your ideal residence, you can map out your homebuying journey accordingly.

Generally, it helps to make a list of house must-haves before you launch a home search. This list should include any features you require from a residence, along with your preferred cities and towns.

If you need a home that provides convenient access to your office in the city, for example, owning a house in or near the city itself is a must. Or, if you require a home that offers ample space for you and your kids, you can search for residences that provide multiple bedrooms and play areas.

2. Your Homebuying Budget

When it comes to buying a house, it is beneficial to get your finances in order. That way, you can hone your home search to residences that fall within your price range.

Meeting with banks and credit unions allows you to learn about a broad assortment of mortgage options. These financial institutions can teach you about different types of home financing. Then, you can select a mortgage and enter the real estate market with a budget in hand.

3. Your Homebuying Timeline

Consider how long it will take you to find and purchase a home that matches your expectations. If you establish a homebuying timeline, you may be better equipped than ever before to optimize your time and resources as you search for your dream residence.

Of course, it helps to maintain a flexible homebuying timeline. And if you encounter challenges during the homebuying journey, you can adjust your timeline as needed.

For those who plan to pursue a home, it may be helpful to hire a real estate agent, too. If you employ a real estate agent, you can get the support you need to navigate the homebuying journey like a pro.

A real estate agent is happy to help you explore a variety of homes in your preferred cities and towns. If you find a house you want to buy, a real estate agent will help you craft a competitive offer to purchase this residence. Plus, if your offer to purchase is accepted, a real estate agent will guide you along the final stages of the homebuying journey.

As you prepare to conduct a home search, you may want to develop goals. If you begin a home search with a plan, you could streamline the process of finding and purchasing your ideal residence. Best of all, you may be able to acquire a first-rate house that will serve you well for an extended period of time.


135 Park Avenue, Palisades, NY 10964  

Residential
$584,500
Price
4
Bedrooms
2/1
Full/Half Baths
Absolutely delightful two story brick front, side hall colonial, with great appeal on a double lot in sought after Palisades. This pristine home offers a gracious living room a bay window and a Heartstone wood burning stove, a gracious formal dining room, and a beautiful eat-in kitchen with cherry cabinets and granite counter tops. Sliding glass doors lead to a patio overlooking lawn and nature views. There is a stunning solarium with state-of-the-art glass ceiling and walls. Also, a family room with a brick wood burning fireplace and a powder room. Upstairs there are three ample bedrooms, a full hall bath and a master suite with master bath en-suite. Owner states that the house's square footage is approx 2,000. Also municipality states home has 1.5 baths, but in fact is has 2.5 baths. Central vac, underground sprinklers, Anderson windows, recently replaced roof. The bonus lot's legal description is: Section:77.20, Block:2, Lots: 76, 77, 78. with annual taxes of $872.


Want to accelerate the home selling process and maximize the value of your residence? Add your house to the real estate market in summer – you'll be glad you did.

There are many reasons to list your home in summer, including:

1. You can generate plenty of interest in your house.

For home sellers, it can be risky to add your residence to a "buyer's market." Lucky for you, summer often serves as a "seller's market," which means many homebuyers are ready to purchase high-quality residences.

If you devote the necessary time and resources to bolster your house's curb appeal, you should have no trouble generating plenty of interest in your home during summer. With a beautiful home exterior, your home can garner attention from a wide range of potential homebuyers, which may lead to multiple offers on your residence as soon as it hits the market.

2. You can take advantage of warm temperatures and longer days.

Summer brings warm temperatures and longer days, giving you ample time to host home showings and open houses as the season progresses.

Maintaining a flexible schedule is key for home sellers, particularly during summer. For example, if a homebuyer wants to set up a late-afternoon or weekend home showing, a home seller should be ready to accommodate this homebuyer's request. By doing so, a home seller can ensure that a homebuyer can check out a property at any time – something that could play an important role in helping your property stand out to a homebuyer.

In addition, a home seller should be prepared to host weekend open houses throughout summer. Each open house provides a valuable opportunity to showcase a property to a large group of homebuyers. And if an open house is successful, it may be only a matter of time before a home seller and homebuyer can finalize a purchase agreement.

3. Many experienced real estate agents can help you sell your house.

Finding an experienced real estate agent may seem impossible at times. Fortunately, many real estate agents are available to assist you in summer.

Ultimately, hiring an experienced real estate agent may improve your chances of selling your home in summer. This real estate professional can teach you about the summer housing market and offer recommendations throughout the home selling journey. That way, you'll be able to find out what it takes to sell your home quickly and maximize your property's value.

An experienced real estate agent also is happy to respond to your home selling concerns and queries. Plus, if you are ever uncertain about how to price your home, whether to accept an offer on your residence or how to promote your house to potential homebuyers, your real estate agent will be able to provide expert guidance.

Employ an experienced real estate agent to help you sell your home in summer. This real estate professional can simplify the home selling process and ensure that you can get the best results possible.


Did you know that your front door says a lot about you and your family’s personality? It can also affect how you feel about your home. After a long day of work, school and/or shuffling the kids around to practice what type of home would you like to come home to? Keep reading to learn what your current door says about you and which colors would better suit your family.

Blue

A blue front door represents a traditional, family-centered home. Your abode is a peaceful, serene place to return to after a day of work and feels like a place of refuge to visitors.  

Best for: South East, North facing front doors

White/Gray

A white front door represents a tidy and classic atmosphere within. Those who choose this door color are neat, minimalist and strongly value knowledge.

Best for: North West and West facing front doors

Red

A red front door can be found on a house whose inhabitants lean towards the elegant and charming. This is the home of a family that loves to entertain. Visitors will expect a vibrant, energetic, and exciting reception.

Best for: South, North East and South West facing front doors

Green

Homey and welcoming a green front door practically invites guests in itself. And when they come they’ll be ready for a social, warm home where they can be at ease.

Best for: South, East South, and South East facing front doors

Brown

A brown front door represents stability and warmth. Guests will feel like they are in a refuge from the chaotic world.

Best for: East and South East facing front doors

Yellow

Those with a yellow front door like to stand out from the crowd, but still, like to be a part of it. Always cheerful and happy go lucky visitors will never leave your home without a smile on their face.  

Best for: North East, North West, South and South West facing front doors

Pink

A pink front door is for hopeless romantics. Sophisticated yet eccentric the family in this home has big hearts and is always there with a tissue for a friend who is feeling down.

Best for: South, North East and South West facing front doors

Black

If black is your color of choice for your front door you’re calendar is packed with people to see and places to be. Chic and world wise you are always the center of a riveting conversation.

Best for: South East and North facing front doors

Turquoise

Laid back and relaxed is the name of the game for a family with this color for their front door. When inside their home you never feel as if you need a vacation from life.

Best for: North facing front doors

Orange

An orange front door isn’t for just anyone. This home is modern, sleek, and curated. Guests love visiting because of this family’s spontaneous nature.

Best for: South, North East and South West facing front doors

Whether you opt for a more classic color and a more offbeat one, the front door to your home is the first impression friends, family and neighbors have of your new home. Choosing a color, whether classic or quirky, that best aligns with the message you want to give to new visitors and the overall ambiance you want to create will guarantee a unique reception to your home.