Buyer's Agent, Listing Agent, Relocation, Consulting
Brandeis University, B.A. magna cum laude
Boston University School of Law, J.D., cum laude. Law Review
Lori’s clients enjoy unparalleled personal attention. For sellers, that means helping through every stage of the process - from readying a home for listing to implementing targeted marketing plans, to closing. She is always available to answer questions and find solutions. For buyers, Lori brings patience and the wealth of knowledge that comes from growing up in southern Westchester, going through the Scarsdale School System (K-12) and living in both Bedford and Chappaqua for the past 20+ years.
Lori joined the Usha Subramaniam Team because she knows that clients are simply best served with a full time team working for them. She firmly believes that the most creative approaches and solutions come out of collaboration with a team of experts with different backgrounds. From staging to closing, their team is by your side.
Lori Hoffman-Chlapowski, a member of the Usha Subramaniam Team
In a world filled with noise, The Usha Subramaniam team “US” cuts through the din. Usha Subramaniam founded The US team with a keen understanding that a team comprised of full-time professionals provides clients with superior service. Usha comes to Real Estate after a successful career as the director of Decorative Arts Auctions at both Christie's and Phillips in NYC, giving her a unique perspective in marketing based on aesthetics. Lori is a former practicing attorney, working on complex commercial litigation at top NYC firms, and had successfully transitioned to a career in residential real estate at William Raveis. Lori brings a keen analytical eye and problems solving capabilities. Together, Usha and Lori provide clients with an unparalleled level professional service.
24 Heathcote Drive | Mount Kisco NY
Rarely does a modern home successfully evoke the grace and subtle grandeur of an earlier era. Designed by noted Greenwich architect Paul Stephan Marchese on the site of the former carriage house of the Stuyvesant Fish Estate, this exquisite ivy-draped brick and limestone French colonial on over three lushly landscaped acres faithfully reflects the craftsmanship of days gone by. From the sweeping curved lines and dormers of the cedar roof and specially pointed aged brick exterior with limestone trim and accents, to the hand hewn arched entry doors, custom millwork, hand cut floors and custom curved windows, no detail is overlooked. A dramatic curved architectural staircase showcases the light-filled foyer with french doors and floor-to-ceiling windows. The Phyllis Coon designed kitchen with marble counters, walnut island, Italian glass tile backsplash and luxury appliances opens to a light-filled sunroom with more custom millwork, imported antique cabinetry and marble wet bar. The dining room is warmed by a fireplace with an antique limestone mantle and extensive concealed custom inset cabinetry. An inviting family room beckons with limestone fireplace, french doors and millwork adjoining library. Light floods the living room with floor to ceiling windows and french doors opening to the patio beyond. The primary bedroom features a limestone mantle fireplace, two balconies with french doors, and ensuite bath with its own balcony. Two bedrooms have french doors to private balconies and the guest suite features an ensuite bathroom. Work and recreation spaces abound. A first floor office with separate side entrance and powder room provides a completely private workspace. A fully finished basement with large billiard room, wet bar, gym, half bathroom and office are perfect for relaxing and working. The light-filled, finished walk up attic provides additional space for working from home or play.