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Here’s How Much Westchester Home Prices Have Increased Over the Last 20 Years

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Westchester has always been known for pricey real estate — and in the last 20 years, the numbers have skyrocketed. Here’s a sample of how home prices from 2001 stack up against today’s price points.

*All home sales data courtesy of Houlihan Lawrence

 

On the Market

Photo courtesy of William Raveis

What You Get Today for the 2001 Median Price:

$450,000

1870 Andre Place, Yorktown Heights
3BR, 2 BA; 1,092 sq. ft.; .11 acres; $9,897 estimated taxes
Listed by Maria Litrenta, William Raveis

Small but bright and charming, this home offers an updated kitchen with granite countertops and eat-in breakfast area; dining room with skylights; a large, finished, lower level; and outdoor spaces, including a deck, level yard, and walk-to-town location.

Photo courtesy of Sotheby’s International Realty

What You Get Today for the 2020 Median Price:

$675,000

645 Hillside Ave, Mamaroneck
3 BR, 1.1 BA; 1,296 sq. ft.; .17 acres; $14,475 estimated taxes
Listed by Bradley Fischer, Sotheby’s International Realty

Located in convenient Mamaroneck Village with Rye Neck schools, this tidy and modern house features a stylish renovated kitchen, well-maintained hardwood floors, updated electrical (2016), brand-new appliances, a large basement playroom, and ample outdoor space for entertaining.