North Salem, New York is a suburb of New York city, situated roughly 50 miles north of Manhattan and is located within Westchester County. Its residents have taken great pride to preserve its rural ambiance, eschewing development as a commercial hub.
Commuters can reach Grand Central via Goldens Bridge, Purdy’s or Croton Falls in approximately 65 to 80 minutes. North Salem is celebrated for its horse farms, among which Old Salem Farm is host to many national competitions and top trainers and their riders.
The average household earns $175,000 per year, and just 4% of the populace lives in poverty. The average individual salary is $91,202, and the area’s main industries are in the healthcare sector, social work and accommodation, food service, and wholesale trade.
Real Estate And Education
Sotheby’s is host to 15 listings that range in value from $450,000 to $8,999,000 and includes vast estates with sizeable acreage. The median asking price in North Salem is $775,000 or $305 per square foot. The area also has rentals available, including apartments at $1,200 per month to homes offered at $25,000 per month. The average property will spend 70 days on the market before selling, and 9 homes sold in August 2022. Inventory is down 7% over the last month, and prices changed less than 1% during that time.
A number of distinguished schools exist for students to attend, and these include North Salem Middle School and North Salem High School, both rated 8 out of 10 on the Great Schools rubric. In addition, parents can send their children to Westchester Exceptional Childrens School for those with special needs. 94% of residents earn their high school diploma, and 59% graduate from college.
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