Overview of Real Estate in New York State
With 54,555 square miles, New York ranks as the 27th largest state by size and is filled with rolling hills, meadows, rivers, lakes, forests and mountains, a sharp contrast from the New York City's urban metropolitan landscape. New York offers diverse opportunities for real estate – from luxury homes, quaint country homes, condominiums, co-ops and apartments in the heart of New York City.
Real Estate in New York City
Considered by many to be the cultural and economic center of the United States, Manhattan is home to many of the country's biggest companies, two of the largest stock exchanges and some of the greatest museums and cultural institutions in the world. Real Estate in the New York City area is very competitive and highly sought-after. New York City offers housing options for home buyers including luxury apartments, high-rise condominiums and co-ops to studio apartments.
Real Estate in Westchester County New York
Westchester County is only 30 miles north of Manhattan with easy commuter train access to New York City making homes in Scarsdale and Hartsdale some of the most highly sought after suburban property in North America. Westchester County offers a wide selection of housing options for home buyers ranging from urban townhouses, co-ops and condos in Yonkers and New Rochelle, to modern colonial waterfront living on the Long Island Sound and the luxurious elegant estates of Scarsdale, White Plains and Bedford.
Real Estate in Putnam County New York
Putnam Country is where so many of America's greatest industrial, political and cultural leaders of the last century have built some the country's greatest estates, quaint castles and presidential libraries. Located in the lower Hudson River Valley, Putman County is about a one hour drive to Midtown Manhattan. Beautiful homes and estates can be found on quiet country backways and charming villages throughout Putnam County.
Dutchess County New York
Dutchess County is rich in scenic beauty and outdoor activities, including 30 miles of Appalachian Mountain trails. Dutchess County has natural beauty with scenic views of the Hudson River. It is also the site of important cultural and historic monuments including the home of Franklin D. Roosevelt and the Vanderbilt's great estate. Many type of homes are available to home buyers in Dutchess County including luxury estates, historic homes, condominiums, co-ops and apartments.
Whether you are interested in buying, selling or renting properties in New York, New England Properties and Westchester Properties REALTORS® can help you find your dream home that best serves your needs.