The sub-million market is especially coveted in Westchester. Think it’s a tall order? Not necessarily, as these listings show.
In this stately compound, you’ll feel like you’re living in Nantucket — even though you’re actually in the heart of Larchmont.
The longtime home of André Leon Talley, fashion icon and the late creative director at Vogue, is on the market in White Plains.
Downtown New Rochelle introduces another residential building — with a spin room and dog washing station — to its ever-growing skyline.
The Chappaqua home features stunning views, along with six bedrooms, a wine room, an outdoor patio, and much more.
The stone houses in Croton-on-Hudson were built in the 1900s by a local socialite, and now one of the grand homes is for sale.
One of the properties crafted from the Vanderlip Mansion in the Scarborough neighborhood of Briarcliff Manor is on the market.
It's a gem of a listing with a perfectly manicured lawn, sunroom, large deck, and four bedrooms in the Sound Shore city.
David Abercrombie of Abercrombie & Fitch fame built a 25-room medieval Scottish-style castle that has long since been abandoned.
Looking for houses on the market that have excellent outdoor spaces and room for family living? We found a winner in South Salem.
Step inside this cozy, private estate that charms residents with skylights, impressive architecture, and an indoor pool in Westchester.
This one-of-a-kind home was designed by renowned New York City architect, Eugene J. Lang, most famously known for “The Stone House.”
These three houses prove that you can find a home sweet home for under $1,000,000 in Westchester County.
Here's a look back on Westchester’s housing market during Q4 of 2022, plus predictions of what the new year will present to potential buyers.
Peek inside the Irvington castle that's been home to a handful of famous residents. The estate is listed on the market for $1.6 million.
The Dobbs Ferry home has everything a family would need and want, with a prestigious location in the Ardsley Park neighborhood.
Westchester County remained on PropertyShark's top 100 most expensive U.S zip codes list. See which zip code was ranked.
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.
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