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New York City Real Estate

More than 8.2 million people proudly call New York City their home. NYC is divided up into five boroughs—Manhattan, Queens, Brooklyn, Staten Island, and the Bronx. Each borough contains its own unique mixture of neighborhoods and communities, as well as a dazzling array of restaurants, theatres, nightlife, and shopping. The diversity of the city’s people, cuisine and entertainment ensures that there is never a dull day in NYC. For those who want to relocate to New York City, the real estate market is brimming with opportunities. New York City real estate is some of the most desirable in the world, and includes a large variety of apartments and condominiums, townhouses, row houses, and single family homes. Manhattan real estate is highly sought after for its proximity to all of NYC’s bests—Wall Street, Times Square, Madison Avenue, and Central Park—to name just a few. Popular (and pricey) neighborhoods in Manhattan are Midtown, Chelsea, Greenwhich Village, SoHo, TriBeCa, and the Upper West Side. Condominiums in Manhattan range in price from $350,000 for a 1 bed, 1 bath residence to over $20 million for the most luxury Midtown penthouses. Townhouses in Manhattan can rarely be found for less than $1 million, depending on the size and location of the residence. The neighborhood of Hudson Heights has become popular in recent years for its range of affordable housing, allowing residents to stay on the Island without paying the typical Manhattan high prices.

For the homebuyer that needs more space than an ultra-urban condominium or townhouse can offer, the boroughs of Brooklyn and Queens provides a variety of single family homes and townhouses that appeal to both first time homebuyers and seasoned investors. Homes in Queens typically start as low as $200,000 and homes in Brooklyn are somewhat higher priced at $400,000 and up. Both areas contain historic homes, featuring many fine examples of Tudor and Colonial architecture. One of the most desirable neighborhoods in Brooklyn is Brooklyn Heights, which has received the moniker of “America’s first suburb.” It is a neighborhood full of “old New York” atmosphere, and due to its friendly environment that has been likened to that of Greenwich Village or parts of San Francisco, Brooklyn Heights is a choice for many families with young children.

These neighborhoods are just a few of the many you have to choose from when looking for real estate in NYC. No matter what you are looking for—a swanky Manhattan penthouse in the sky or a cozy house in Queens—NYC real estate has what you need. And with thousands of expert realtors waiting to help you, it is easier than ever to find that perfect dream home in New York City, NY.

York Home inventory breakdown by property type

Of the 2 homes for sale in York, the breakdown of property types is as follows:
100% Residential.

100% Residential

Area details, home facts and figures

Homes for sale 2
Average Home Size 1,205 ft² / 112 m²
Price Range ($99,900 - $129,900)

Weather in York

The average high temperatures in York range from 30 in January to 82 in July

Average home income in York

The average household income of a York resident is $55,242 with an average home value of $90,661

Population of York

York has 3,173 residents.

Home ownership in York

The average level of home ownership in York is 61%.

Education breakdown of York

Education levels of residents of York include: highschool 37%, associate 8%, bachelor 15%, graduate 4%.

Households in York

York has 1,405 homes, built on average 71 years ago.

Information from in and around York...

You are Viewing 1 to 2 of 2 homes for sale in York. These homes are comprised of Residential. The average list price of these property results is 114,900. Prices are listed as US Dollar. For more information on these homes for sale in York please contact our member brokerages to schedule a showing or view an open house.

The 2 homes for sale in York, NY are represented by 1 member brokerages serving the York area. Member brokerages representing the 2 homes include Nothnagle Realtors, A Howard Hanna Company.