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4 Westchester Areas Among State's Most Expensive In Coldwell Banker Report

Four communities in Westchester County ranked among the state's most expensive in a report by Coldwell Banker.
Four communities in Westchester County ranked among the state's most expensive in a report by Coldwell Banker. Photo Credit: Courtesy of Coldwell Banker

WESTCHESTER COUNTY, N.Y. -- Four Westchester County communities ranked among the most expensive in the state, according to a report from Coldwell Banker Real Estate LLC.

In its 2015 Home Listing Report, which ranks the affordability of real estate markets in New York, Rye, Rye Brook and Port Chester ranked as the most expensive market in New York with an average listing price of $859,003 for a four-bedroom, two-bath home.

Dobbs Ferry, Pleasantville, Scarsdale and Rockville Centre in Long Island rounded out the top five. Thornwood ranked sixth on the Coldwell Banker list, and Croton-on-Hudson was 10th.

The average listing price for a four-bedroom, two-bath home in New York is $362,161. The most affordable community was Gloversville, with an average listing price of $91,406.

The annual report is the most extensive home price comparison tool currently available in the United States, ranking the average listing price of four-bedroom, two bathroom homes in more than 2,700 markets.

While other affordability reports provide average or median prices for all homes in a given area, the Coldwell Banker Home Listing Report analyzes more than 81,000 four-bedroom, two-bathroom home listings to better address how much a home in one market would cost if the same home were located somewhere else in the country.

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