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Steiner Real Estate Associates is a great place to begin or enrich your own Westchester living journey. The articles posted here are about real estate opportunities to be sure, but they are also about the living history of the Hudson River Valley.

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Antique Appeal in Historic Sleepy Hollow…

One of our recent sales:

A Beautiful Victorian Residence

Many attractive features. This is the 1880 home of early entrepreneur and village mayor David Silver, engagingly set amid a rich selection of outdoor “rooms.” This enchanting residence offers three stories of living and dreaming space. Wonderful appointments and attractively preserved details.
Easy access to Sleepy Hollow’s historic district, parks, and the Hudson River Metro North Line…
Maple Street, Sleepy Hollow.

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Some first Quarter Results…

Westchester County sales of single-family homes increased in the first quarter this year by about 7%. The median Westchester County price on single-family homes was $600,000, up 5.3%. The end of the quarter inventory dropped to 2569 — a four-year low…

To summarize the market for you: demand is high, inventory is low. This may be a good time to “pull the trigger” if you have been contemplating selling. Please call us if you would like to discuss it. Best wishes, from Steiner Real Estate Associates!

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Snowball’s House

Cherry Tree

The cherry tree in front of Snowball’s house was looking gorgeous in the rain today, The house stands on Pocantico Street in Sleepy Hollow…


Snowball’s stall was once located behind the house, at the end of the driveway …


Cheerleader Willette Fitzpatrick riding Snowball, the team mascot of NTHS, in a home game, 1947… Snowball’s last public appearance was in 1974…

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Sleepy Hollow Historian

Yesterday I was appointed to my 21st year as the historian of historic Sleepy Hollow. Many thanks to Sleepy Hollow mayor Ken Wray and to the Sleepy Hollow board of trustees. It has been an honor to serve the village in this way since its renaming twenty years ago. I consider it the best job in the world.

If you are interested in local history, you may want to have a look at my local history blog:



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