Hyde Park

One of the largest towns In the Hudson River Valley, Hyde Park is closely linked to Franklin D. Roosevelt, the United States’ longest-serving president. History lovers will enjoy exploring the home of Franklin D. Roosevelt as well as his presidential library and museum. Eleanor Roosevelt had her own house, called Val-Kill nearby. Hyde Park sits right along the banks of the Hudson River. One of Hyde Park’s main attractions is the world-famous Culinary Institute of America and its five restaurants, situated on a lovely 170-acre campus that was originally a Jesuit seminary. Residents stress that Hyde Park is more than an itinerary stop, but a place with timeless virtues. “It has a very small-town, friendly vibe,” one resident said. “I grew up swimming in the river and sailing and boating and playing tennis at the local park.” All of those options still remain—including the venerable Hyde Park Drive-In Theatre, which has been family-owned since 1950.

Real Estate Statistics

Average Price $585K
Lowest Price $170K
Highest Price $2.8M
Total Listings 114
Avg. Days On Market 142
Avg. Price/SQFT $250

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