These homes all run less then a million. Photo courtesy of Re/Max Distinguished Homes & Properties
These three houses prove that you can find a home sweet home for under $1,000,000 in Westchester County.
49 Hobart Ave, Port Chester
3 BD | 2 BA | 1,560 sq ft
.17 acres | $10,976 est. taxes
This charming Colonial is filled with natural light and has an excellent circular flow. The dining room is connected to the kitchen, perfect for entertaining, while a mudroom and pantry just off the kitchen helps with groceries, coats, and shoes. There is an oversized living room with stone fireplace and built-in shelves. A beautiful powder room, sitting area, and laundry complete the first floor, while on the second floor you will find three generously sized bedrooms, including two walk-in closets and a large bathroom. Hardwood floors and crown molding add charm, while a deck allows you to enjoy the landscaping and rose garden.
Listed by Jody Helmle, RE/MAX
7 Belmont Ave, New Rochelle
3 BD | 1.1 BA | 1,701 sq ft | 6,521 sq ft lot | $13,945 est. taxes
This charming, center-hall Colonial is move-in-ready thanks to updates. It offers a large living room with marble fireplace, bonus room, open kitchen and dining room, access to the side yard down to the backyard for easy entertaining, and a second floor with nicely sized bedrooms and excellent closet space. There is a partially finished basement, with a door to an attached garage. It’s close to shopping, restaurants, the train, beaches, and more — perfect for a small, young family.
Listed by Rosetta Bulfamante, Houlihan Lawrence
280 Birdsall Dr, Yorktown Heights
3 BD | 2 BA | 2,400 sq ft | 1.78 acres | $15,237 est. taxes
First time on the market, this sun-lit midcentury Colonial is set in a picturesque, park-like setting. It features an open-layout living room with floor-to-ceiling brick, woodburning fireplace, eat-in kitchen with French glass doors leading outside to a stone patio. There is an attached sun porch, spacious attic storage, laundry area, a seasonal spring fed pond, gardening/tool shed, and attached two-car garage.
Listed by Richard Healy, Douglas Elliman