Ardsley Homes for Sale
Ardsley is a small village of about 4,500 people, located in Greenburgh north of Manhattan in Westchester County NY, an area that is desirable for commuters wishing to get out of the city yet wanting to stay within driving distance of what Manhattan and NYC have to offer.
The area is primarily older homes, but some construction has been going on the last several years and many new and newer homes can be found. For homes with 4 or more bedrooms and 4 baths or more, you will likely be looking in the outlying south and east sections of Ardsley. Newer homes typically have floor plans of 3,000 - 4,000 square feet, but you may run into a newer home with over 5,000 square feet and 5 or 6 bedrooms, and 4 or more baths. Prices for these homes are typically for over $1M.
Below $1M, the floor plans in older Colonial, Cape Code, ranch or split level homes will vary, with any combination of 3 to 4 bedrooms and usually, 2 or 3 baths.
Below are the latest MLS listings for Ardsley homes and condos for sale. Read on for more information about the village of Ardsley and its real estate market.
Ardsley typically has a nice solid range of homes for sale. Located in the town of Greenburgh in Westchester County NY, Ardsley has a pleasant, small town atmosphere, and a median housing price of $799,000 as of October, 2017.
There is a wide variety of dining choices in Ardsley, from casual to fine dining. Take the family out to dinner at the Ardsley Diner, or perhaps at La Catena Italian Restaurant, or Ardsley Cucina. For a little more upscale dining, check out Benjamin Steakhouse Westchester in nearby White Plains, or Scaramellas Restaurant in Dobbs Ferry. For a little fancier night out with friends, there is Cellar 49 in Tarrytown,or St George in Hastings on Hudson. All these choices are less than 3 miles away.
Ardsley Real Estate and School Information
People move to Ardsley because of the small town atmosphere and its good schools. The average SAT scores for Arsdley's high school in 2015 were higher than the national average, in reading, writing and math.