Chappaqua, NY —
Quaint little hamlet town

It’s an easy commute to NYC and it’s been ranked by Newsweek Magazine as "One of America's Best Public High Schools," so moving to Chappaqua would be one of the best decisions you ever make. With an $11 million downtown revitalization plan and complete renovation of the Reader's Digest campus which will soon include a Whole Foods and shops, Chappaqua is one of the most sought-after suburbs throughout Westchester County.

"Keep an eye out for the Clinton’s, who often frequent there."

Moving to Chappaqua is a sound investment, you get more bang for your buck! For those debating staying in the city and renting for another year, why not use that money towards the down payment on a beautiful center hall colonial sitting on an acre of land? The average price home in Chappaqua is under $1 million compared to significantly higher prices in Manhattan. Just imagine waking up to the sound of chirping birds instead of the many late-night sirens of the city.

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16 Park Ave, 2B, #2-B, New York (Murray Hill), NY

Spacious and bright corner one bedroom (flex 2 bedroom) in boutique full-service building on Park Avenue! Enter through the gracious foyer leading to the bright living room with nearly 9' ceilings. The flexible layout also boasts a king size bedroom, abundant closet space throughout, windowed eat-in-kitchen and windowed bathroom with dual access. lt;brgt;lt;brgt;With just four apartments per floor, this classic building offers a full-time doorman, delightful garden, laundry, storage room, bike room, and a live-in super. Centrally located on a quiet block near restaurants, shops and Grand Central. Whether you are looking for a full-time residence or a pied-a-terre (permitted), this gracious apartment has it all! Guarantors/Co-purchasers allowed, subletting and pets permitted. No flip tax.

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