It’s a home close to the conveniences and attractions of one of New York’s favorite weekend getaways, in a village of treasured pastimes and neighborly traditions. It’s time to come home to Warwick Grove.
Our team began in the wonderful Warwick Grove community! Carole was the listing agent for Warwick Grove when the 55+ development was first being built in 2004. Around the same time, Susan was making a move from California back to New York, where she was leaving her full time career as a sales executive in the television and entertainment industry out in Los Angeles. Read more about the story here >
Map of Warwick Grove
The federally threatened Bog Turtle species is indigenous to this area, traveling from one wetland patch to another as the seasons or needs change. Their habitat is often crisscrossed with roads, but the Bog Turtles lucky enough to live near Warwick Grove are guaranteed safe passage, thanks to a unique bridge/tunnel designed by LeylandAlliance consultant Dr. Michael Klemens, a renowned conservation biologist.
This “Leyland Bridge” has become the new standard design requested by the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation for developments in similar sensitive areas.