Inhabiting an area of 1.8 square miles in Westchester County, Pleasantville is host to playwrights, writers, and writers. The Jacob Burns Film Center, featuring productions from around the globe, documentaries, has the distinction of attracting guest speakers, such as Stephen King, Oliver Stone, Jerry Lewis, and more.
The original Reader’s Digest magazine was established in Pleasantville before moving to its current location in Chappaqua, and the Pleasantville Music festival features bands, such as Everclear and Soul Asylum. Pleasantville schools are ranked among the top 6% in the nation and are considered Blue Ribbon Schools by the state of New York. Commuters have easy access to Manhattan, as Pleasantville is situated about 30 miles away.
7,172 people live in Pleasantville, and these are distributed among 2,637 households at a rate of 3,943 people per square mile. 35% of people have children younger than 18 living with them, and 58% are married couples.
25% of homes are inhabited by individuals, and 7% of these are single female householders. 10% of those living alone are older than 65. The average family has 3.16 members, and the average household has 2.61 people. Residents of Pleasantville have a median age of 38 years, and 28% of the populace is below the age of 18.
Houses in Pleasantville sell for a median price of $754,000, or $292 per square foot, an increase of 8.2% over last year. Homes will sell, on average, for 97.7% of their asking price after receiving just 1 offer. Currently, there are 60 listings available for purchase, and a house will spend an average of 34 days on the market before selling. 10 homes sold last month.
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