Chappaqua is hamlet that is located in the town of New Castle and situated within Westchester County. It borders the eastern bank of the Hudson River, and is 30 miles north of New York City. The region was the birthplace of Horace Greeley, founder and editor of the New York Tribune, and people can visit his home. Bill and Hillary Clinton also have resided in Chappaqua since the late 1990s.
Commuters can access the Harlem Station in just 53 minutes via Chappaqua Station, and in addition to this, there are bus lines workers can take advantage of. The downtown area has cafes and restaurants and is amenable to foot traffic. Families can available themselves of outdoor spaces, such as Lake State Park and Gedney Park, and these areas boast playgrounds, picnic areas, and ballfields.
Chappaqua had a population of 9,468 people In the year 2000, but due to updated boundaries, this number has dropped to just 1,436. 52% of homes have children under the age of 18 living therein, and 79% are married couples living together.
5.6% of households are headed by single females, and 13.8% of homes are occupied by nonfamilies. 11% of houses are occupied by a sole dweller, and in 5% of cases, this individual is above the age of 65. The average family is comprised of 3.27 members.
The median list price for houses in Chappaqua is $929,000 or $321 per square foot, a figure down 14.5% since this time a year ago. Currently, there are 83 properties available for purchase, and these will typically spend 34 days on the market on average. Listings will sell after receiving an average of 1 offer at 97.9% of the asking price and with a 20% down payment. 29 properties sold last month alone.
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