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Irvington NY Featured in The New York Times

Scott3 (1)22 Hudson Avenue, Irvington $449,900

The New York Times Real Estate Section recently espoused the benefits of  living in Irvington NY. A brief quote was:

“A small town with a progressive attitude, Irvington offers residents a sense of community and history — as well as proximity to the Hudson River……According to data from the Hudson Gateway Multiple Listing Service, as of July 23 there were 53 single-family homes on the market, from a 948-square-foot, two-bedroom, 1926 Bungalow listed at $449,000, to an 11,653-square-foot, Eight-Bedroom Gated Colonial Built in 1929 for $4,950,000. There was one condominium, listed for $595,000, and 10 cooperative apartments, priced from $199,000 to $799,000.For the 12-month period ending July 23, the median sales price for a single-family home was $1,325,000, up from $1,192,500 during the previous 12 months. The median price for a condominium was $660,000, down from $675,250 the previous year; for a co-op, it was $245,000, up from $187,000 the year before…”

For a full list of homes for sale in Irvington NY see: Homes For Sale in Irvington NY

See the full New York Times article here: Irvington NY, A Walkable Village With Striking Manhattan Views

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An Iconic 1926 Charmer in Irvington NY for $469,000

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Link to 22 Hudson Avenue, Irvington NY

A great example of the American Craftsman, Bungalow Style of architecture, popular during the Arts and Crafts Movement, this home in Irvington NY has so much potential to offer. Known as The Hampton model, it was originally built in 1926 as a three bedroom home and later converted to two, but is easily converted back. Featuring 9′ ceilings thru-out, it boasts a wonderful covered front porch, large living room, huge formal dining room, kitchen, two bedrooms and a full bath. It has a flat rear yard with a driveway and 1 car garage underneath. There are hardwood floors under the wall to wall carpeting and recent vinyl windows. The original detailing still exists with the rafters exposed at the eaves and masonry piers and columns. Great for a tasteful restoration or as an alternative to a condo, with no shared walls or association fee. Located in the Irvington school district and a quick commute by Metro North train to Manhattan. Great expansion potential, up or out. Don’t wait too long to see this one!

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OPEN HOUSE: Saturday, June 16 from 2PM – 4PM

Contact Scott Rosasco today to see this home or any other property in the Rivertowns or Westchester County.

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