Do you have questions about moving to the suburbs? Join an evening of conversation hosted by Brownstoner Home Events, with representatives from Houlihan Lawrence, who will discuss relocating to Westchester and beyond.
Topics discussed at this “Moving to the ‘Burbs” event will be the advantages of suburban vs. city living and a description of the many charms of neighborhoods including the Sound Shore area, Bedford/Pound Ridge and Greenwich, Conn.
“There’s something for everyone in Greenwich,” said David Haffenreffer, regional manager and Greenwich brokerage manager. “Whether it’s your love for sports, dining or culture. There are spacious parks for hiking, horse riding and mountain biking. And our 32 miles of coastline provide access to beaches and watersports along Long Island Sound.”
The Sound Shore region features some of Westchester’s oldest towns, like Mamaroneck (founded in 1660). “Increasingly our data trends show Brooklyn buyers are moving to Sound Shore towns such as Larchmont and Rye, as well as Lower Westchester towns including Scarsdale and Bronxville,” said Debbie Doern, regional vice president at Houlihan Lawrence.
Where: Brooklyn Historical Society, 128 Pierrepont Street, Brooklyn Heights.
When: Thursday, November 21 from 6 to 8 p.m.
Tickets are $10.
Tickets are running out, so click here to register.