Bronxville, New York — America’s Most Expensive Suburb

Bronxville, New York — America’s Most Expensive Suburb

The village of Bronxville is located approximately 15 miles away from midtown Manhattan, and it is situated within the town of Eastchester. It is one mile square and was rated by CNBC and the single most expensive suburb, as its median home value is $2.33 million. Bronxville ranks number 8 on Bloomberg’s ‘America’s 100 Richest Places.’

Bronxville has a lovely downtown walking area with shops and a lovely quaint atmosphere, and it has a small town feel where neighbors know one another. Its tree-lined streets feature Tudor homes, and commuters have ready access to a train station. When not at work, residents can enjoy the more than 150 shops, eateries, a cinema, and farmer’s market. In addition, denizens can take in lectures, concerts, and art at Concordia College.


6,543 people live in Bronxville, and this is distributed among 2,313 households. A total of 1,660 families live in this area, and population density is 6,869 people per square mile.

40% of homes have children under 18, and 65% are married couples living together. 6% have a single female head of house, and 28% are individuals who are not related or married to one another. 24% of people live alone, and in 11% of cases, these are above the age of 65 years. The average household has 2.71 people, and the average family size is comprised of 3.27 members.

Real Estate

There are currently 80 listings in the Bronxville area, and the asking prices have increased by 25.4% over 2018. Last year, however, there were 29.6% more homes available for purchase. The median list price is $1.25 million, and on average, properties sell for 94.7% of this figure or $480 per square foot. The average number of days on the market is 130 days, and the majority sell after just one offer.

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