Irvington


Situated on the eastern bank of the Hudson River, the village of Irvington in Westchester County encompasses 4 square miles. This affluent suburban bedroom community of about 6,400 residents, situated in the town of Greenburgh, offers stunning views of the Hudson River. Irvington, which has also been referred to as Irving-on-Hudson, has Tarrytown as its neighbor to the north and Dobbs Ferry as its neighbor to the south. In 2010, Irvington received the distinction of being named the “Best Place to Live in Westchester” by Westchester Magazine. A significant portion of the village’s land remains undeveloped and is devoted to parks and recreation for the enjoyment of residents and visitors. Irvington’s historic Main Street, and its architecturally significant buildings, monuments and residences, make this charming village a unique place to reside.

Situated on the eastern bank of the Hudson River, the village of Irvington in Westchester County encompasses 4 square miles. This affluent suburban bedroom community of about 6,400 residents, situated in the town of Greenburgh, offers stunning views of the Hudson River. Irvington, which has also been referred to as Irving-on-Hudson, has Tarrytown as its neighbor to the north and Dobbs Ferry as its neighbor to the south. In 2010, Irvington received the distinction of being named the “Best Place to Live in Westchester” by Westchester Magazine. A significant portion of the village’s land remains undeveloped and is devoted to parks and recreation for the enjoyment of residents and visitors. Irvington’s historic Main Street, and its architecturally significant buildings, monuments and residences, make this charming village a unique place to reside.

Situated on the eastern bank of the Hudson River, the village of Irvington in Westchester County encompasses 4 square miles. This affluent suburban bedroom community of about 6,400 residents, situated in the town of Greenburgh, offers stunning views of the Hudson River. Irvington, which has also been referred to as Irving-on-Hudson, has Tarrytown as its neighbor to the north and Dobbs Ferry as its neighbor to the south. In 2010, Irvington received the distinction of being named the “Best Place to Live in Westchester” by Westchester Magazine. A significant portion of the village’s land remains undeveloped and is devoted to parks and recreation for the enjoyment of residents and visitors. Irvington’s historic Main Street, and its architecturally significant buildings, monuments and residences, make this charming village a unique place to reside.

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Irvington

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Irvington

(Irvington School District)

Market Snapshot

Units Sold

May 2021

12 TOTAL UNITS

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Median Sales Price

May 2021 - Single Family Homes

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Percentage of Asking Price

May 2021 Single Family Homes

93%
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