Curious about what’s going on down there at Hudson Harbor these days? Well, a lot.
Construction is underway on the Crabtree Kittle House restaurant and stores to come in the Stone Lodge; there are curtains in some of the tall condo spaces; Carriage Houses accrue daily.
You can see one of these so-called Carriage Houses up close in a unique ongoing event from Westchester Magazine, who has called one of these exclusive, LEED-registered townhomes its American Dream Home 2012.
Not only can visitors tour the fully-appointed home, but they can purchase most of the stuff in it. (They can even purchase the whole home while they're at it.) The magazine has set up one house as a Pop Up Shop, featuring decor and many items selected from interior designer Susan Anthony.
Stylish and handcrafted, the two-level townhome is easy to maintain and boasts a floor plan with large open spaces, three bedrooms, three baths, great room patio and balcony, and two-car garage, goes the promo materials.
Open hours tours of the American Dream Home and interiors will begin October 19, and will take place every Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday through November 11 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Tours are free, but you do have to preregister at: www.westchestermagazine.com/dreamhome2012. Donations will be accepted at open house tours to benefit their charity of choice, our own Historic Hudson Valley.