Current Prices: $117,500 to $4,988,890
Closed Prices: $1 to $2,400,000
Median Sale Price: $335,000
Average $ per sq ft: $369
Association Fee Ranges:
Most of Riverdale offers a suburban feel, filled with single-family homes complete with yards and located along tree-lined streets. However, there are still a number of condos and co-ops available in the neighborhood, including several luxury high-rises. Whether you’re looking for a home with historic grandeur or a sleek, modern high-rise apartment, Riverdale has plenty of options.
While Riverdale may be different from other sections of the Bronx in many ways, one thing it shares is amazing Italian cuisine. If you’re looking to dine in on Italian classics, Beccofino is the place to visit. They’ve even been featured in the Michelin Guide for New York State. If a casual family-owned pizza joint is more your style, you can’t go wrong with Dino’s Pizza, a neighborhood favorite. Looking to explore more local dining options? Be sure to visit Mosholu Avenue and Riverdale Avenue, where most of the neighborhood’s restaurants are concentrated.
When walking the streets of Riverdale, allow yourself to take in the peace and quiet that draws so many residents to the neighborhood. Enjoy the greenery of Van Cortlandt Park at the neighborhood’s northeast border, which contains a playground, stables, a baseball field, and more. Along the neighborhood’s western border, a stroll through Riverdale Park offers a great location for dog walking and taking in Hudson River views. No matter where in the neighborhood you choose to explore, you’re bound to fall in love with its natural beauty and charm.
While Riverdale tends to keep things quiet on Friday nights, a night out on the town is only a short bus ride away. The nearby neighborhood of Kingsbridge offers a host of bars and restaurants where locals often gather for dinner and drinks with friends and family. A quick trip on the Bx10 or the Bx7 buses will get you to Kingsbridge in no time. Feeling extra adventurous? Hop on the BxM1 or the BxM2 buses and head straight into Manhattan to take advantage of all of the nightlife the city has to offer.
There’s no better way to spend a relaxing Sunday than by taking in the beauty of nature and the stunning Hudson River views provided by Wave Hill. With 28 acres of flowers, trees, greenhouses, and more, there’s no better place to unwind. Feeling a bit hungry? Stop by their on-site cafe for a bite to eat before continuing to stroll the grounds. Heat or rain got the best of you? Then head inside to check out the art on display at Glyndor Gallery.
Riverdale provides a variety of transportation options for its residents with many destinations to choose from. When navigating Riverdale itself and the nearby neighborhoods of Kingsbridge and Spuyten Duyvil, the Bx7 and the Bx10 will get you where you need to go. If heading into Manhattan is your goal, the BxM1, the BxM2, or the BxM18 buses will get you there. Riverdale also has its own Metro-North station, connecting you to Yonkers and beyond. In addition to the various public transportation options, many Riverdale residents also own their own vehicles since many of the neighborhood’s homes have garages and driveways.
- Family-friendly environment
- Proximity to Manhattan
- Extensive park space
- Hudson River views
Locals Don't Love
- Lack of nightlife options
- Limited retail options
- Henry Hudson Parkway traffic
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