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Thursday, March 9, 2017

CHP agenda for March 21st, 2017 meeting

The Committee for Historic Preservation ( or Historic Destruction... )  will meet at 8:00 p.m. on Tuesday, March 21 to consider the following houses:

Village of Scarsdale
Jonathan I. Mark, Mayor
Matthew J. Callaghan Carl L. Finger Deborah Pekarek Marc Samwick William Stern
Jane Veron

Steve Pappalardo, Village Manager Frank Diodati, Building Inspector
Building Department
Scarsdale, New York 10583 914-722-1140
Fax: 914-722-1103 www.scarsdale.com

March 21, 2017

William Silverman, Chair, Barbara Jaffe, Joyce Hirsch, Alan Steinfeld, Abigail Olsen, Matthew Schwarz, David Peck, John Cromwell, Alt., Lucas Meyer-Ex-Officio Member, Eric Rothschild-Historian, Ex-Officio Member, Jonathan Lerner, Associate Village Historian

PUBLIC NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the next public meeting of the Committee for Historic Preservation of the Village of Scarsdale is scheduled for Tuesday, March 21, 2017 at 8:00 p.m. in Rutherford Hall, to consider the following properties:

 175 Nelson Rd. built in 1909

 350 Heathcote Rd. built in 1926

 72 Sheldrake Rd. built in 1938

 99 Cushman Rd. built in 1915

 67 Chase Rd. built in 1959

19 Griffen Ave. built in 1975 

This form Scarsdale10583.com:


Six More Homes Could Be Demolished

An application has been filed to demolish 72 Sheldrake Road built in 1938
While most will be focused on the Village election on Tuesday March 21, the Committee for Historic Preservation will meet that same night at 8 pm to consider the demolition of six more homes. The razing of homes has continued at a brisk pace this past year as the Village has not changed any of the preservation or building code that could limit what can be torn down or be built. In addition, though the Committee for Historic Preservation did vote to preserve several homes, legal challenges have been made to appeal both decisions.
Here are six more homes that are on the agenda for Tuesday night's meeting. Applications have been filed for permission to demolish them.

175 Nelson Road built in 1909- This home was first on the agenda of the January meeting of the Committee, and held over until March. It was at one time the home of Scarsdale Fire Captain GW Smith and the garage is said to have been the first firehouse in Scarsdale.
350 Heathcote Road built in 1926 (Pictured below - sold for $1,060,000)
72 Sheldrake Road built in 1938
99 Cushman Road was built in 1915.

99 Cushman Road built in 1915 (sold for $1,825,000 in August 2014)
67 Chase Road built in 1959
19 Griffen Avenue built in 1975

350 Heathcote Road
350 Heathcote Road
350 Heathcote Road
This Dutch Colonial home is situated on .22 level acres in Heathcote with a two car detached garage, three bedrooms plus a den, and three and a half baths. On the main floor, this house features a living room with a wood burning fireplace, a formal dining room, family room, eat in kitchen and powder room. There are three bedrooms on the second floor including a master bedroom with a master bath en-suite and a walk-in closet. On the third floor, there is a den and a full bath, plus attic storage.
Sale Price: $1,060,000
Assessed Value: $1,025,000
Taxes: $23,995

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