Welcome to Irvington Gardens cooperative apartments in Irvington School District. Spacious and well maintained 2 bed & 1 full bath home with updated kitchen, large livin...
Welcome to Woodbrook Gardens, in the village of Irvington. As you step inside this lovely 1 bedroom co-op, you'll be greeted by an entry complete with hall closet and la...
Imagine enjoying a spectacular Hudson River view every day as you walk towards your home. This ground level, two bedroom apartment is perched on the eastern side of the H...
Welcome to the picturesque world of Hudson House, a pre-war cooperative nestled on 9+ lush acres with stunning views of the Hudson River. This pet-friendly co-op offers 2...
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Population (2010 census): 6,420 over 4 square miles
Median Age: 46.1
Median Income: $130,068
% of Population with Bachelor's Degree or Higher: 67.7%
% Households with Children Under 18: 35.8%
Irvington is one of the charming river towns in Westchester County, located just South of Tarrytown. It has spectacular river views, a historic downtown, and woods and nature for those who like to enjoy the outdoors.
The small downtown area in Irvington has quite a few popular shops. There are no large grocery stores or big box stores in Irvington, which is how the Irvington residents like to help Irvington retain its small town character.
The village has four parks. Two are located along the Hudson River: the Scenic Hudson Park and the Metthiessen Park, both of which offers views of the Manhattan skyline. Memorial Park has a spray pool, playground, sports fields. Halsey Pond Park is quiet and undeveloped, offering permit holders a peaceful setting for fishing.
On Metro-North, the ride to Grand Central from Irvington Station is approximately 45 minutes, and can be as little as 39 minutes. By car, it is around 22 miles to the city on the Saw Mill River Parkway, and takes around 40 minutes.
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Irvington has its own school district, the Irvington Union Free School District. The schools have an excellent reputation, and one of the reasons why some families choose to move there. Click here for more information about the Irvington Union Free School District, and more information about all Westchester school districts.
Around 60.5% of the homes in Irvington are detached single family homes.
Approximately 77.8% of the homes in Irvington are owner-occupied, and 22.2% are being rented. The zip code in Irvington is 10533.
In 2014, there were 64 single family homes sold according to the Hudson Gateway MLS. The median sales price was $1,142,500 and the average days on market was 117 days. 12 condos were sold in 2014 with a median sales price of $639,500, and 28 coops were sold with a median sales price of $218,500.