Dobbs Ferry is flanked on its western side by the Hudson River and by the Saw Mill River on its eastern side. Commuters can make use of the public transit bus system and the rail service to transport them to Grand Central Terminal via a variety of train lines.
Students have access to a number of private schools and to Mercy College, offering graduate and undergraduate programs. The area is home to a Recreation Department that features art classes and dance instruction, sports leagues, camps in the summer for children, baseball, and soccer. The Juhring Nature Preserve offers 76 wooded acres for families to enjoy.
10,622 people live in the Dobbs Ferry region, and these are distributed among 3,792 households. Of these, 34% have children living under the age of 18 therein. 58% are married couples, and 32% are nonfamilies. 27% of homes were made up of individuals, and 10% are a female head of house with no husband present. 8% are citizens above the age of 65 living alone.
Currently, there are 40 properties available for purchase in Dobbs Ferry, New York. The median list price is $694,000, and the median price per square foot is $394. This figure is down 11.9% from last year and 22.3% from the year prior.
The average sale price is $1,060,313, up 8.9% from 2019 and 9.5% from 2018. The average listing remains on the market for 154 days. Homes sell for, on average, 95.1% of the original asking price. 10 houses were sold last month.
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