Three choice suburban houses head to auction

1880 restored Victorian on 2.84 acres north of Manhattan in Armonk.  It has heated pool and carriage house.  (Source: Sheldon Good & Co.)

Update: The Armonk and Laurel Hollow auction date has been changed to Nov. 18, apparently because of Sandy.  Ditto for the Pierson Lakes sale, to be conducted in early December at a date to be determined.

Impressive-looking houses in the New York State communities of Armonk, Laurel Hollow and Sterlington are scheduled to go on the auction block next month.

Besides the 3,884-sf Armonk property shown above, also to be sold are a 3,988-sf residence designed by architect Norman Jaffe in the Laurel Hollow village of Oyster Bay on Long Island’s North Shore and a 10,000-sf model home in the Pierson Lakes community of Rockland County’s Sterlington.

Model home to be auctioned in Sterlington, said to be “inspired” by 17th century New England architecture.  (Source: Madison Hawk)

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