Westchester Homes & Real Estate

Search the newest Westchester, NY homes for sale & real estate below! Westchester County, located just north of the Bronx, combines a prime location right on top of Manhattan Island with a wide array of real estate listings to make a one-of-a-kind community. For additional information, including sales history and prices, property disclosures, and more for Westchester properties for sale, or to schedule a home tour of any property listed below, contact your LOCAL real estate experts today! Read more about Westchester real estate.

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Westchester County Real Estate Market

Home buyers will be hard-pressed to find a better area from which to get the NYC experience than Westchester County, with its much more affordable cost of living while still having great amenities. Homes for sale in Westchester County cover as wide of a range of prices, sizes, and styles as can be imagined. In addition to sprawling estates and waterfront retreats, Westchester County is known for its stylish mix of Tudor, Victorian and Craftsman homes. Interested in a somewhere walkable? There is a good selection of walkable communities Westchester County that are definitely worth checking out.

Single-family homes for sale in Westchester County list from the $300s, and homes at this price point and up to about $600,000 tend to be small bungalow-style dwellings. The majority of Westchester County homes for sale are listed from the $600s and up to $2 million, and these listings tend to cover virtually every size, design, and construction style imaginable. There are also several great gated communities in Westchester County for those looking for all the luxury amenities that come with gated living. Meanwhile, the county's most affordable towns offer great living for those on a smaller budget.

The most expensive homes in the county tend to be located in popular towns like Scarsdale, Chappaqua, Larchmont, and Rye, and the home styles and communities can vary greatly. Luxury homes in Westchester County in the area's most expensive cities list from $2 million up to (and occasionally beyond) $20 million. Many of Westchester County's waterfront homes fall into this category, with sweeping views of either the Hudson River or the Long Island Sound.

Westchester County condos vary greatly in listing prices, too. Listings usually start in the high-$100s and regularly top the $3 million mark. Townhomes in Westchester County list from the $300s and top out above $1 million.

Westchester County Community Amenities

Despite its proximity to "The City That Never Sleeps," Westchester County is a wonderful area to rest one's head and has its own strong economy. The county is home to nearly one million residents, yet its many different villages and towns manage to maintain a small-town feel. This is due in large part to the plethora of green space that exists throughout Westchester County, though it's worth noting that county neighborhoods closest to New York City are mostly urban. 

While water recreation may not be the first thing that comes to mind in the NYC area, Westchester County's location on the Long Island Sound makes it a water lover's paradise. Swimming, sailing, and fishing are extremely popular pastimes in the area, and much of Westchester County's history and culture grew from nautical roots.

While most people commute to jobs in New York City, residents don't need to leave the county to find fun things to do. The Untermyer Gardens Conservancy, for example, is located in Westchester County's city of Yonkers: visitors can explore the gardens, catch a concert in the amphitheater, and learn from the Conservancy's art and nature classes. The Caramoor Center for Music and the Arts, located in Northern Westchester in the town of Katonah, is a live music venue on the grounds of a Tuscan-style estate that was built in the early 20th century. The Caramoor Summer Music Festival, which features operatic and orchestral music, has been held there every year since the festival’s inception in 1945. 

For the more adventurous, all the magic that New York City has to offer is just a short drive or train ride away. Broadway shows, Yankees and Mets games, Knicks and Nets games, museums, concerts, the Statue of Liberty: the list goes on and on.

Westchester County Local Highlights

  • Westchester County residents enjoy unparalleled NYC accessibility: the distance from White Plains, at the center of the county, to Midtown Manhattan is barely 25 miles.
  • The Metro-North Railroad provides access to all NYC-area points from virtually anywhere in the county; three Metro-North lines run through Westchester County.
  • The area's rich history can take a lifetime to fully explore, as Westchester County is home to more than 200 properties listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
  • Outdoor activity in Westchester County is tremendous; the variety is bolstered by unique locations such as the New Croton and Kenisco Dams, where residents can admire the beautiful masonry work while enjoying the nature trails that wind around the dams.
  • Westchester County has a variety of dog parks and other amenities for pets, so it's a dog-friendly place to live for buyers who like taking their dogs everywhere.

Westchester County School Information

Westchester County residents are served by 40 different public school districts, and like the real estate market in the area, there are educational options galore. Most of these school districts don’t follow municipal boundaries, so children are typically in school with students from neighboring towns. This has the added effect of extending communities across town lines. In addition to public schools and charters, the county is home to more than 100 private and parochial schools. Colleges in the area include Berkeley College in White Plains, Fordham University in West Harrison, and Iona University in New Rochelle, among others.

Ready to move to Westchester County? Homebuyers shopping in the greater NYC area can find everything they're looking for—from unparalleled accessibility and architecture to endless recreation and culture—in Westchester County.

Westchester NY Real Estate Agents

Considering the purchase of a home in Westchester? Let our Westchester real estate experts guide you through the sale of your current residence or the purchase of your new Westchester property. As local real estate agents, we're well-versed in the Westchester real estate market's unique dynamics.

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