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Katonah’s history: Katonah named after Chief Katonah, this hamlet was once located several miles to the north. It was moved to accommodate the expansion of the watershed for New York City. As a result of the move in the late 1890s, and the rebuilding of a new town, the largely preserved architecture provides an attractive glimpse of the Victorian era. The Katonah Village Improvement Society, which still exists today, provided direction for the move, and landscaping for the “new Katonah” was largely the work of the renowned firm of G.S. and B.S. Olmstead. In 1983, the Historic District of Katonah was listed on the New York State and National registers of Historic Places. Katonah is a vibrant hamlet with a lively and most attractive commercial area. Additionally, it is widely known as home to the Caramoor Music Festival, the Katonah Museum of Art (formerly The Katonah Gallery), and the John Jay Homestead.
NOTABLE ACHIEVEMENT IN 2013: Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage is pleased to announce that Sheila R. Gins, a sales associate affiliated with the Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage office in Katonah, recently sold 147 Cantitoe Street, an elegant estate in one of the most prestigious neighborhoods of Bedford, N.Y., for $7 million. The transaction represents the highest-priced residential property to sell in Katonah, a hamlet within the town of Bedford, since 2007, Gins represented the buyers in the transaction. “This notable sale is a reflection of Sheila’s talent, professionalism and dedication to her customers and clients. It is also a sign that confidence in the luxury real estate market has strengthened considerably,” said Alfie Rechichi, sales manager of the Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage office in Katonah.