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These gingerbread-like homes would look especially beautiful with lights and holiday decorations. Maybe one will end up on your holiday wish list.
Love the English Tudor style? This New Rochelle home is a charmer inside and out with details like a spacious primary suite and home theater.
Westchester continues to be a sellers market as buyer demand increases and the selection of homes on the market remains limited.
Modera is a brand-new luxury midrise in the heart of downtown New Rochelle with an array of luxe amenities.
The Irvington home charms from all angles, with a top-tier kitchen, an infrared sauna, and a saltwater gunite pool as selling points.
This picturesque Victorian home with four bedrooms and an ocean view is on the market in Westchester after nearly 28 years.
The Yankee Hall of Famer’s former New Rochelle home, which dates back to 1895, is on the market for just over a million.
Peek inside the Tudor abode, which boasts a chef's kitchen and two home offices, making it perfect for a work-from-home setup.
For the first time in 40 years, the jaw-dropping Beaconsfield Estate is on the market. This historic home is privately situated on 13.4 expertly manicured acres adjacent to GlenArbor Golf Club.
The picturesque location of this stunning Rye house pales in comparison to the century-old saga that comes with it.
Toll Brothers Inc. plans to construct the Chappaqua Crossing Carriages in one of Westchester’s most prestigious neighborhoods.
Why head to a country club this summer when you could have a private pool right in your Westchester backyard?
New Rochelle’s latest skyscraper is full of plush amenities for residents, including a rooftop pool, a coworking lounge, and more.
The meticulously renovated home is bursting with colonial charm and sits on nearly an acre of manicured property in Westchester.
This New Rochelle brick colonial sits on a double lot and features seven bedrooms, five bathrooms, and enough space for the whole family and then some.
When you need a respite from Westchester living, these vacation homes in the Hamptons fit the bill for everyone’s summer serendipity.
Extra time on the course just got that much easier, thanks to these two picturesque properties located near top golf spots in the county.
Spread across Westchester County, these fantastical façades run the gamut of style and design, so there's something for everyone.
The gardens and landscaping around these two Westchester homes are just as showstopping as the properties themselves.