About Spuyten Duyvil
Current Prices: $160,000 to $3,999,900
Closed Prices: $108,000 to $1,140,000
Median Sale Price: $351,250
Average $ per sq ft: $405
Association Fee Ranges:
Around Spuyten Duyvil
The area has a variety of property types, offering plenty of choices for homebuyers. Here you’ll find everything from traditional single-family homes to sleek, modern condos and co-ops. Whether you’re looking for a multi-level home with a yard and a garage or luxury apartment complex with Hudson River views, Spuyten Duyvil has plenty to offer.
While Spuyten Duyvil itself is very residential without many eateries, the nearby neighborhoods of Riverdale and Kingsbridge have a great selection of restaurants that are only a few blocks beyond Spuyten Duyvil’s border. They offer everything from coffee shops and classic American diners to sushi restaurants and international eateries all within a short walking distance.
When walking through the streets of Spuyten Duyvil, take a moment to appreciate its natural beauty and residential feel. The neighborhood’s prime location allows its residents to enjoy beautiful waterfront views of both the Hudson River and Spuyten Duyvil Creek along its eastern and southern borders. If you’re looking for a peaceful oasis within the city, this neighborhood will not disappoint.
While Spuyten Duyvil tends to keep things quiet in the nightlife department, there are a variety of bars and restaurants in the nearby neighborhood of Kingbridge that serve as popular spots for locals to spend a night out. Additionally, the hustle and bustle of Manhattan’s nightlife is never far away with a quick bus ride that will get you to the city center in no time.
When looking for a way to spend a relaxing Sunday, you won’t want to miss out on the neighborhood’s beautiful greenspace. Henry Hudson Park offers walking trails, playgrounds, sports fields, and more amenities for the community to enjoy. Whether you’re taking your dog for a walk or just enjoying the natural beauty, there’s no better way to unwind.
Due to the neighborhood being more residential than many others in the city, it is more common for residents to own their own vehicles here. This is made even easier by the fact that many of the neighborhood’s homes have driveways and garages, making parking easy. However, this does not mean the neighborhood does not have mass transit options. There is still a multitude of MTA bus routes that run through the area, and Spuyten Duyvil also has its own stop on the Metro North train line along the waterfront.
- Quiet atmosphere
- Waterfront views
- Family-friendly neighborhood
Locals Don't Love
- Lack of nightlife options
- No subway access
- Limited retail options
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