Located just 30 minutes from Manhattan, the town of Scarsdale offers village life and access to the city.

According to the Bloomberg Richest Place index published every year, the town of Scarsdale in Manhattan is considered to be the second richest town in the United States. The town is only 30 minutes from Grand Central Terminal.

The town, which was founded in the 18th century, has been offering opportunities for suburban lifestyle for many years. The town, which is an extension of New York City, is frequently preferred both for its proximity to the city and its calm lifestyle.

“It’s not only an exclusive neighborhood, but one rich with history since the American Revolution,” said Anne Dowd Moretti, senior global sales adviser and a broker with Julia B. Fee Sotheby’s International Realty.

The region is also active in terms of the real estate market. The houses in the region have sizes ranging from 1 to 4 acres. Scarsdale is divided into five areas in the region. One of these areas is the Murraycote region, where the most expensive land is located.

Murray Hill (roughly) is bordered by Mamaroneck Road along the eastern border, Kelwynne Road along the south, Heathcote Road to the south and southwest, and Post Road to the north and northwest.

In 2018, Murray Hill had a median selling price of $ 1.5 million. Overall, the average is $ 1.8 million in Scarsdale. The properties in Murray Hill are generally large landscaped large detached houses. Buyers at the top of the market can find five to eight bedroom houses, more than 10,000 square meters, better than anything, such as a pool, tennis court, home theater or media room and a wine cellar.

The reason the town is preferred is because it offers its residents different possibilities. Murray Hill has easy access to major schools, restaurants and transport facilities. It is only a few minutes by train from New York City. The Heathcote Five Corners, Scarsdale Village and Golden Horseshoe shopping center are a 20-minute walk away.

Source: mansionglobal.com

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