This fully restored 19th century Victorian keeps all its original charm along with more modern touches — and a recent $70,000 price reduction.
The sub-million market is especially coveted in Westchester. Think it’s a tall order? Not necessarily, as these listings show.
Once the home of New York City publishing magnate Charles Scribner, this 1900 manor house exudes historic class and elegance.
Dating back to 1902, the estate boasts modern touches throughout, along with a pool, tennis court, and spacious guest house.
Ranging from $700,000 in Port Chester to $2,700,000 in Bedford Hills, these luxurious properties offer the finest living in the region.
A recent price drop makes this classically styled Westchester home in the heart of the county an absolute steal for new owners.
From a retreat set on a private island to stately waterfront mansions, indulge in 10 of the county’s most expensive — and impressive — homes on the market.
Plenty of outdoor space and an indoor pool make this central Westchester property an ideal recreation retreat all year long.
Broadway’s Chicago producers are selling their $13 million up-county property along with its guest house, amphitheater, and ‘all that jazz.’
The baller property in Westchester features indoor and outdoor basketball courts, along with a gourmet kitchen, gym, and in-ground pool.
Four Queen City of the Sound properties illustrate the town’s diverse real estate offerings with prices ranging from $650,000 to just under $5 million.
This 1.5-acre French Normandy Tudor in Rye rests by the classic Westchester Country Club and is fully finished with modern amenities.
The new-construction luxury retreat boasts a large granite patio with a heated pool, Italian custom closets, and floor-to-ceiling glass walls.
What’s better than a lake in fall? You don’t have to book a getaway; enjoy the scenic beauty of lakeside living year-round with any of these listings.
A true dream home for any Yankees fan, this sprawling nine-bedroom colonial in Rye is currently owned by the Sandman himself.
This rural property in Ossining spans over 7 acres of land and includes not one, but two separate homes.
This is Westchester, where a home doesn’t have to be “cheap” to be a bargain.
They say real estate is a safe investment but this is next-level.
Century-old heart pine and stonework make this rivertowns property a must-have.
A stylish Tudor boasts Scarsdale convenience and prestige, while a classic Colonial in Bedford offers land for days.