Hastings-on-Hudson is a village located within the town of Greenburgh in Westchester County and features sweeping views of the Hudson River, its streets possessing a quiet New England charm seldom rivaled. An inner suburb of New York City, it was once home to the Wecquaesgeek Indian tribe, and the region features a tremendous amount of history pertaining to the Revolutionary War.
Children in Hastings-on-Hudson will receive an excellent education, as three of the nearby public schools have been recognized as prestigious by being awarded the National Blue Ribbon Award. Residents can spend their time hiking and biking on the trails located inside the Hillside Woods, a lovely recreational area made available to the public.
7,648 people reside within Hastings-on-Hudson, and these are dispersed among 3,093 households with a total of 2,090 families living in the area. 1,628 housing units exist in each square mile on average, with 3,899 people living therein.
33% of people have children under 18 living with them, and 57% of homes are occupied by married couples. 8% of homes are headed by a single female householder, and 11% of people older than 65 live alone. 27% of people live with individuals they are not related to, and the average number of people living in a house is 2.47.
There are currently 22 homes for sale in Hastings-on-Hudson, and the average asking price is $728,100. When compared to the surrounding environs of Mount Vernon, Ardsley, and other locales, Hastings-on-Hudson ranks at nearly the top in terms of house value.
The number of available homes has increased by 11.8% over last year, though prices have dropped by 9.3%. Experts predict that prices will increase by 2.6% in 2020, and the median cost per square foot is $378. 3 houses have sold in the past month, and the average time spent on the market is 87 days, with listings typically selling for 93.44% of the initial asking price.
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