From Dyker Heights to Pelham Parkway, A Tour Of the City's Best-Lit Homes
Monday, December 20, 2010
Many New York City homeowners decorate their homes with several modest strings of lights during the holiday season, but there are some who take it to a whole different level.
From a Brooklyn, Canarsie home that's so bright it can be spotted from eight blocks away to the over-the-top Christmas displays covering the mansions of Dyker Heights to the quirky Grabedian House in the Bronx (which features almost 200 robotic dancing models), WNYC took a tour of the city's most talked-about, tricked-out, lit-up homes. Check out the slideshow below to see images of singing reindeer, rotating Ferris wheels, 15-foot-tall nutcrackers, neon nativity scenes, and of course, lots and lots of lights.