Congers – A Bucolic Hamlet
Congers – A Bucolic Hamlet
Located in Rockland County in the town of Clarkstown, Congers is a hamlet just the size of 3.9 square miles. It has few rental properties, as the majority are single-family homes and condominiums, and the area enjoys access to two large parks – Kings Parks and Congers Lake Memorial Park – 60 acres in size and 180 acres, respectively.
Congers is known for its fine restaurants , and its streets are named after Civil War generals and are flanked by both old Tudor-styled homes and newer constructions. Its schools have excellent reputations and Congers is a peaceful community where children have many opportunities for play in playgrounds and community centers.
8,303 people live in the hamlet of Congers, and these are distributed amongst 2,695 households. There are 2,244 families total housed at a density of 2,635 per square mile. 2,753 housing units are dispersed at a density of 870 per square mile on average, and the annual household income is $99,833, ranking among the highest in the county.
40% of families have children who are younger than 18 living with them, and 70% are married couples. 9.5% are headed by a female with no husband present, and 13.3% are made up of a single person, with 5% of these being over the age of 65. 16% are comprised of individuals who are not related to each other.
The average sale price in Congers is $391,667, and 78% of homes in the area are owned with 17% available for rent and 3% sitting vacant. The median sale price is $388,000, or about $270 per square foot. Currently, there are 21 homes on the market, up 28% from last year, and prices have increased by 2.1 over 2018. Houses typically stay on the market for 56 days on average, and 7 properties have sold this past month.
Sokol Group is experienced in helping the residents of the Hudson Valley and Westchester, Orange, and Rockland counties to lower their property tax bills. We can begin the grievance process for you if you believe you your assessments are too high. Reach out to us today, and we look forward to working with you.
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