With Sound Shore access, a charming, walkable downtown, and top-notch schools, there’s lots of house-hunting action in this desirable little city. Here’s a sample of what you’ll find for sale in Rye.
945 Forest Ave
5 BR, 4.1 BA; 4,964 sq. ft.; 1.25 acres; $128,631 estimated taxes
One of the most expensive Rye homes currently on the market, this custom waterfront Georgian Colonial features panoramic views of the Long Island Sound from nearly every room. The traditional home, sited on an elevated acre, offers custom molding, doors, and marble accents, plus an expansive outdoor entertaining area, and a six-car (heated!) garage.
Listed by Sula Pearlman and Nancy Neuman, Coldwell Banker
468 Grace Church St
6 BR, 5.2 BA; 8,851 sq. ft.; 1.13 acres; estimated taxes not available
This new-construction, shingle-style home boasts dock access, a tennis court, and bluestone patios with seasonal water views. The bright and roomy interior includes top-of-the-line finishes and standout brands, like Sub Zero, Wolf, and Calacatta, plus custom millwork throughout.
Listed by Pamela Virtue, Compass
596 Purchase St
4 BR, 4.2 BA; 4,100 sq. ft.; 1.19 acres; $39,345 estimated taxes
The charm of the old with the convenience of the new is the draw here: This 1920s Tudor features historic details, like diamond-paned windows, graceful archways, and French doors but has been thoroughly renovated for modern living. Expect a cook’s kitchen, updated bathrooms, luxurious master suite, media room, and wine cellar, plus perennial gardens and bluestone terraces.
Listed by Marianna Glennon,
393 Milton Rd
3 BR, 1.1 BA; 1,472 sq. ft.;.17 acres; $13,609 estimated taxes
Neat as a pin and centrally located, this sub-$1 million home offers bang-for-the-buck details like an updated kitchen, central air conditioning, attached garage, open floor plan, bonus/play room, and a spacious backyard.
Listed by Jennifer Reddington, William Pitt Julia B. Fee Sotheby’s International Realty