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Movers Scarsdale NY Ltd

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Movers Scarsdale NY Ltd

14 Harwood Ct
Scarsdale New York 10583
United States

(914) 229-9323

Business Description

We are a full-service moving company in Scarsdale in Westchester County. We specialize in local moves, long-distance moves, packing, unpacking, storing, piano moving, and international relocations. Our professional movers can handle everything, from packing to unpacking your items at your new home.

You can be confident that our team will handle all the heavy lifting for you. They are professionals who know exactly what they're doing. We offer flexible scheduling, so you can plan your move around your busy schedule without worrying about the timing.

Contact us today for more information on our moving services!

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About Scarsdale

Scarsdale is a town and village in Westchester County, New York, United States. The Town of Scarsdale is coextensive with the Village of Scarsdale, but the community has opted to operate solely with a village government, one of several villages in the state that have a similar governmental situation. As of the 2020 census, Scarsdale's population was 18,253. == History == === Colonial era === Caleb Heathcote purchased land that would become Scarsdale at the end of the 17th century and, on March 21, 1701, had it elevated to a royal manor. He named the lands after his ancestral home in Derbyshire, England. The first local census of 1712 counted twelve inhabitants, including seven African slaves. When Caleb died in 1721, his daughters inherited the property. The estate was broken up in 1774, and the town was officially founded on March 7, 1788. The town saw fighting during the American Revolution when the Continental and British armies clashed briefly at what is now the junction of Garden Road and Mamaroneck Road. The British commander, Sir William Howe, lodged at a farmhouse on Garden Road that remains standing.

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