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

Rivertowns Schools Make The Top 100, Again

Dobbs Ferry High School

Dobbs Ferry Middle and High School

From Rivertowns Patch: Niche.com recently released its 2017 list of the best school districts throughout the nation and in the state of New York, and many familiar districts received high ranks, including Dobbs Ferry, Ardsley, Hastings-on-Hudson and Irvington.

Read the criteria for selection at: https://k12.niche.com/rankings/public-school-districts/best-overall/methodology/

Read the full New York State rankings: https://k12.niche.com/rankings/public-school-districts/best-overall/s/new-york/

5 Rivertowns Schools Ranked In The Top 100 For NY

Hastings High School

Hastings-On-Hudson Schools

According to the annual Niche.com report for 2016, the Ardsley, Dobbs Ferry, Hastings-on-Hudson, Irvington and Tarrytown school districts were ranked among the Top 100 Schools in New York State. The highest ranking Westchester school was Rye, coming in at #2. Ardsley was ranked at #12, Hastings-on-Hudson at #28, Dobbs Ferry at #38, Irvington at #42 and Tarrytown #58.

The full 2016 report from Niche.com can be viewed here:

The Top 100 New York State Schools

Also, see last years article on the same topic:

Rivertowns Schools Score In The Top 100

Rivertowns Schools Score in The NY Top 100

Dobbs Ferry High School

Dobbs Ferry Middle and High School

According to Niche.com, a website that runs a ranking and review site, schools in the Westchester County Rivertowns rank among the most highly regarded in the State of New York. Schools were evaluated based on several statistics, as well as parent and student reviews. Amongst Rivertowns schools, Ardsley, Dobbs Ferry, Hastings-on-Hudson and Irvington rank among the NY Top 100. All four schools received A+ grades overall and closer scrutiny of the list reveals only minute differences between them. According to Niche.com, the high rankings are derived from a combination of factors including academics, extracurricular and sports involvement, positive school culture, diversity and overall happiness with all facets of the school experience.

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