Somers

Charming hamlets and lake communities, along with historic character and a wealth of natural areas define the town of Somers, situated in northern Westchester County and encompassing 33 square miles, most of which is located in the scenic Croton Watershed.

The town of Somers in New York’s Westchester County is a community of 20,434 residents. It offers a rural sensibility throughout its coveted hamlets of Lincolndale, Shenorock, Granite Springs, Purdys, Baldwin Place and Amawalk. Recreational opportunities abound at town and county-owned parks throughout Somers’ numerous lake communities, as well as at the Angle Fly Preserve, administered by the Somers Land Trust.

Residents take pride in the town’s school district as well as its historical treasures, including The Elephant Hotel and Old Bet statue, both of which were also named National Historic Landmarks. Somers Halmet, spanning 56 acres in the town’s eastern section, is on the National Register of Historic Places.

In addition to the town’s rural aesthetic, residents enjoy the ease of transportation, diverse housing, and a wealth of services. Metro-North riders enjoy an average commute time of about 65 minutes to Manhattan, as well as easy access to the station from a new commuter parking lot on Croton Falls Road, which offers 450 parking spaces, enhanced lighting, walkways, plus 10 charging units for electric cars.

A wealth of things to do and places to explore await, whether visiting, shopping, recreating, or residing in this scenic and welcoming Westchester community.

The town of Somers in New York’s Westchester County is a community of 20,434 residents. It offers a rural sensibility throughout its coveted hamlets of Lincolndale, Shenorock, Granite Springs, Purdys, Baldwin Place and Amawalk. Recreational opportunities abound at town and county-owned parks throughout Somers’ numerous lake communities, as well as at the Angle Fly Preserve, administered by the Somers Land Trust.

Residents take pride in the town’s school district as well as its historical treasures, including The Elephant Hotel and Old Bet statue, both of which were also named National Historic Landmarks. Somers Halmet, spanning 56 acres in the town’s eastern section, is on the National Register of Historic Places.

In addition to the town’s rural aesthetic, residents enjoy the ease of transportation, diverse housing, and a wealth of services. Metro-North riders enjoy an average commute time of about 65 minutes to Manhattan, as well as easy access to the station from a new commuter parking lot on Croton Falls Road, which offers 450 parking spaces, enhanced lighting, walkways, plus 10 charging units for electric cars.

A wealth of things to do and places to explore await, whether visiting, shopping, recreating, or residing in this scenic and welcoming Westchester community.

The town of Somers in New York’s Westchester County is a community of 20,434 residents. It offers a rural sensibility throughout its coveted hamlets of Lincolndale, Shenorock, Granite Springs, Purdys, Baldwin Place and Amawalk. Recreational opportunities abound at town and county-owned parks throughout Somers’ numerous lake communities, as well as at the Angle Fly Preserve, administered by the Somers Land Trust.

Residents take pride in the town’s school district as well as its historical treasures, including The Elephant Hotel and Old Bet statue, both of which were also named National Historic Landmarks. Somers Halmet, spanning 56 acres in the town’s eastern section, is on the National Register of Historic Places.

In addition to the town’s rural aesthetic, residents enjoy the ease of transportation, diverse housing, and a wealth of services. Metro-North riders enjoy an average commute time of about 65 minutes to Manhattan, as well as easy access to the station from a new commuter parking lot on Croton Falls Road, which offers 450 parking spaces, enhanced lighting, walkways, plus 10 charging units for electric cars.

A wealth of things to do and places to explore await, whether visiting, shopping, recreating, or residing in this scenic and welcoming Westchester community.

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Somers

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Somers

Market Snapshot

Units Sold

May 2024

9 TOTAL UNITS

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Median Sales Price

May 2024 - Single Family Homes

$522K
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Percentage of Asking Price

May 2024 Single Family Homes

84%
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