Homes for Sale in New York and New Jersey
Westchester | 368 Pine Brook Road, Bedford
A five-bedroom, four-and-a-half-bath, 4,600-square-foot house built in 1986 and renovated in 1992, with a two-story entrance, an open living room and a family room with fireplaces, an eat-in kitchen, an office, a finished lower level and basement storage space, central vacuum and air-conditioning, a backyard deck, an attached two-car garage and a koi pond, on 5.04 acres. Cecilia Heller, Houlihan Lawrence, 914-318-4992; houlihanlawrence.com
$20,496 a year
Well-maintained and in move-in condition, the house has large rooms with lots of natural light and plenty of closets. Recently updated bathrooms add to the fresh look of the house. A lower-level bedroom and bath make a perfect guest or au pair suite.
Flimsy closet and interior doors detract from the otherwise stylish décor. The koi pond might be of concern to those with young children.
New Jersey | 22 Belvidere Avenue, Jersey City
A three-bedroom, two-full-and-two-half-bath, 2,258-square-foot rowhouse built in 1900 and fully gutted and reconstructed in 2022, with an open floor plan, a large center-island kitchen, living and dining rooms, an office, a finished basement, a covered front porch, a back deck and a fenced-in backyard, on 0.06 acres near the end of a cul-de-sac. Megan Gulick, Corcoran Sawyer Smith, 551-697-5158, corcoran.com
$18,459 a year
The open-concept first floor has high ceilings, large windows and a nice flow, with an attractive kitchen as its centerpiece. The house is three doors down from the 273-acre Lincoln Park, with ball fields, trails and playgrounds.
Some unfinished details linger from the recent rehab. Parking is limited to a narrow driveway that fits two cars end to end.
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