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- 6 Beds
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- 15,456 Sqft
Within the town of Greenburgh in Westchester County lies a swath of land approximately three square miles in size comprising the lovely suburban village of Irvington. Home to about 6,500 residents, this historic village, which was incorporated in 1872, hugs the Hudson River’s east bank and offers stunning waterfront views.
Named for its beloved resident/author, Washington Irving, and also known as Irvington-on-Hudson, the village boasts a small-town atmosphere, yet it is situated about 20 miles north of midtown Manhattan, making it an ideal place to live.
Its highly acclaimed public school district is nationally recognized for its outstanding academic and athletic programs, small class sizes and impressive percentage of students who pursue higher education.
Residents and visitors alike enjoy Irvington’s vibrant and architecturally lovely Main Street, which boasts an eclectic variety of restaurants, local services and retail establishments.
Several local parks offers a wealth of recreational options. Residents enjoy access to Memorial Park, Matthiessen Park and Halsey Pond Park via a village parks permit. A short distance from Main Street lies the scenic Hudson Park, which offers scenic walking paths, expansive lawn and unrivaled views of the Hudson River. Residents take pride in their local library and churches, Town Hall Theater and myriad sports leagues.
Our Irvington brokerage covers, in addition to Irvington, the communities of Briarcliff Manor, Tarrytown, Sleepy Hollow, Hastings-on-Hudson, Hartsdale, Dobbs Ferry, Ardsley, Chappaqua and Armonk. With a diverse housing stock that includes fabulous waterfront properties, grand estates and antique and contemporary homes, Irvington offers something for everyone.