The Village of Irvington is located just 22 miles north of New York City and sits on the eastern bank of the Hudson River. It is adjacent to the towns of Tarrytown, Dobbs Ferry and Greenburgh. Irvington is named after Washington Irving, best known for penning The Legend of Sleepy Hollow and Rip Van Winkle. His historic home "Sunnyside" is a destination for history buffs and picnicking families, who enjoy special events on the great lawn.
Main Street overlooks the river and is lined with charming shops and restaurants that give this town a personality all its own. Local stores offer shopping convenience with choices that include Geordanes Market , a go-to spot for specialty foods, the Irvington Wine shop, with a great selection of wines, and perhaps Soho East for purchasing that perfect gift. Restaurants such as The Red Hat, Dayboat Café and Chutney Masala offer not only great food, but panoramic views of the Hudson River.
Irvington is prized for its waterfront parks, and recreational opportunities which include abundant green spaces with miles of hiking and biking trails.
A highlight in the center of town is the Town Hall Theatre, modeled after the Ford Theatre in Washington, D.C., and built in the 1902 in the Classic Revival Style. This historic gem offers theatre, dance and film programs for young and old alike.
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Here is sampling of a few of Irvington homes for sale:
For those with an appreciation for fine architecture and design, this exquisite 5 bedroom French Country residence enjoys a serene setting in the heart of historic Irvington-on-Hudson. Creatively designed with great attention to quality and detailing, the home merges a modern aesthetic with timeless elegance and the result is simply showstopping.
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Fabulous opportunity to live in highly sought after Cedar Ridge area in the #1 village in Westchester-Irvington. Sited on 1/3 flat acre on dead end street. Enter to find a living room w/woodburning fireplace, kitchen surrounded by skylights and wall of windows overlooking the beautiful backyard + 1st floor family rm, bdrm with bath, and pwder rm. Upstairs to master bdrm suite w/office, 2 fmly bdrms and bth.
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Built in the 1860s to serve the estate built by George Morgan,a cousin of J.P. Morgan, as a summer residence. Approximately 4,000 sq ft. carriage house is set on almost 1 acre. Year round views of the Hudson River from every floor. The brick post & beam carriage house has been restored from the original cupola down using the finest materials. Beautiful formal English gardens, bluestone patio overlooking the Hudson River, play area, & grassed area ideal for an in ground pool.
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