The long awaited grand opening is finally here! Friday May 3, 2019 at 7:30am. The Somers location of Decicco's is 20,000 square feet and will be the largest among all of their locations including popular locations in Ardsley, Armonk, Brewster, Harrison, Larchmont, Millwood and Pelham. DeCicco & Sons is located at 266 Route 202, Somers, New York right across the street from Heritage Hills condos in Somers
As per the store's Facebook page:
We are so happy to announce that DeCicco & Sons Somers will be opening FRIDAY, MAY 3RD! Please join us in celebrating and enjoy special Grand Opening deals throughout the store! We can’t wait to be joining the Somers community! See everyone next Friday!
DeCicco & Sons Somers Facebook page
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Stunning totally renovated No Step, One Level Condos 3 bedroom Jefferson Model in sought after Heritage Hills with seasonal pond views! Features include, New: kitchen, baths, hardwood floors, paint, moldings, top of the line everything! Living room with fireplace, huge dining room, large master suite with custom walk-in-closet, new bath w/jacuzzi, new patio overlooking pond. Heritage Hills features 7 tennis courts, 5 pools, 2 golf courses, 2 restaurants, fitness center, travel club, numerous clubs and activities, entertainment, holiday parties, 24 hour security + EMS, shuttle to & from train & shops, Rte 100 & Rt 684. A must see! Low taxes, approx. $3,700 after Star rebate. Asking only $425,000. For more info visit: 164B Heritage Hills
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Gorgeous no step Guilford model with beautiful Western views from deck. Hardwood floors throughout. Plenty of guest parking, original sales model location! Large living room with fireplace. Large eat-in-kitchen with great views. Master bedroom and bath, walk-in-closet. Huge attic storage. Basement/crawl space under deck with 900+ sq foot of storage. Heat pump and hot water heater replaced, new refrigerator. Custom garage .Low taxes of approx $1,495/yr after Star rebate. Asking $329,000.
For more info view listing here: Guilford Model in Heritage Hills
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Safer alternatives to rock salt
The snow season is here and in the past I have written about home sellers being sure to keep the driveway and walkways clean so buyers can easily view your home; you also need to be aware of the negatives of using salt to melt ice and some good alternatives to try.
Salt damages concrete and can cause pits and cracks on a walkway, patio or driveway. Salt can also ruin the plantings in your landscaping. Anyone who has pets may have them struggle walking outside on the salt as the little chunks of salt often gets caught between their paws. Not only is it painful but the animal may end up licking their paws to remove the salt and ingest the often harmful salt. Salt can also corrode and destroy metal such as fencing, gates…
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Welcome to 242 Austin Rd in Mahopac NY. MLS# 4409318. Lovely over sized cape cod with separate side by side mother/daughter apartment. Features include 3 bed 2 bath in main part of home as well as 1 bed 1 bath apartment with eat-in-kitchen, and family room and finished loft. This lovely home features an updated kitchen with Sub Zero gas range and Sub Zero refrigerator, hardwood floors, 2 fireplaces plus a wood burning stove. Large 1st floor master bedroom with walk-in-closet, updated bathroom. Living room with fireplace, lovely Florida room with radiant heat and wood burning stove, large family room with fireplace. 2 oil burners (main boiler is brand new, 2nd boiler is 2 years old) 2 oil tanks, roof less than 10 years old. Huge 2 car garage and workshop.…
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This issue seems to come up in almost every transaction. Typically, a homeowner made an improvement to the home without obtaining a new certificate of occupancy or proper permit and is now worried it may affect the selling their home.
The most common examples are above ground pools, finishing a basement, making a deck larger, a shed, adding a bathroom or making a 1/2 bath into a full bath. Trying to sell a house with a building violation can be a small or sometimes a big problem. The problem is not with the building department. Building department inspectors do not create the building codes they just enforce them. The problem is the buyer’s bank. For the most part a buyer is not going to be able to get a loan for your house if violations exist. Not…
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With all the snow still on the ground it is hard to believe that Spring is only a few days away. Because the snow has been sitting on the ground (and your roof) for so many weeks, a Spring do it yourself home inspection is more important than ever.
If you aren’t able to shovel the snow off your roof then go up in the attic and take a look around for any leaks or went spots on the wood. You should do this anyway even if all the snow is off the roof. Most homeowners rarely look around when they are up in the attic other than trying to find more space for their stuff. A slow leak or mold or anything related to water damage usually goes unseen so bring up a flash light and look around to see if there any problems.
Head down to the basement and check for…
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More and more buyers are coming across homes with underground oil tanks and more and more sellers are starting to realize that buyers do no want anything to do with an underground oil tank. Not only are buyers becoming more concerned but the first thing a buyers agent asks me about my listings with oil heat is “where is the oil tank.?” They often ask this question before they even book an appointment to show the house.
So what is the big deal? The buyer pays for an oil tank inspection, soil test and if everything turns out okay they just move forward with the purchase. As long as the oil tank is not leaking and passed the oil pressure test, the oil tank is in working condition the seller is not responsible to remove the tank and replace with an above…
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In this high paced real estate market many homeowners who are trying to sell their home are also buying a home during the same time. The most important thing to do in this sort of situation is put your home up for sale far in advance of buying a new one. You may want to consider selling first especially in a buyers market. This way you will know exactly how much money you will have when buying a new home. Too many potential sellers start looking at homes before they put theirs on the market and often fall in love with something and then have to rush to get their home on the market. They price it low in order for a quick sale to find a buyer right away to avoid losing the home they like to another buyer who has nothing to sell and is ready to move forward.…
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