Mount Kisco is a village and town located in Westchester County at the halfway point between the Hudson River and the Connecticut border. It features a robust shopping area, plenty of dining options, and is just 55 minutes from Grand Central Station.
Families can spend time relaxing at the Westmoreland Sanctuary, a nature preserve, and kids can enjoy rides and games at Rockin’ Jump amusement park. Average household earnings are $90,000 per year, and the area is home to equestrian farms, Colonials, Victorians, and estates with vast acreage, many of which were beautifully constructed in the late 1800s. Mount Kisco is the site of the historically rich Washington-Rochambeau Route, a road on which the French Army marched during the Revolutionary War when aiding American forces.
Parents can send their children to Mount Kisco Elementary School, and the Karafin School is a private academy students grades 9-12 can attend. Seven Bridges Middle School is ranked 10 out 10 possible points on the Great Schools website. 82% of area residents have a high school diploma or equivalent, and 40% are college graduates.
The average sale price for a listing in Mount Kisco is $2,231,177, or $468 per square foot, up a whopping 46% over this time last year. 15 homes sold last month, and the average number of days spent on the market was just 35. 98% of homeowners will receive their asking price, and there are currently 75 properties available for purchase. In addition, prospective buyers can look for luxury real estate listings and high-end rentals through Sotheby’s.
Sokol Group helps those who annual assessments are too high by initiating the property tax grievance process on their behalf. Assisting people who live in the Hudson Valley and in the counties of Westchester, Orange, and Rockland, we would be happy to answer any questions you may have. Reach out to us today for more information.