Rockland County has highest single-family home sale since 2013

TRD New York /
Jan.January 31, 2019 12:12 PM

Just west of Westchester County, a waterfront estate in Upper Nyack has sold for $5.2 million — making it the priciest single-family home sold in Rockland County since 2013, LoHud reported. That title was previously held by Rosie O’Donnell’s former compound in Nyack, which sold for $5.1 million a year ago, according to Weld Realty, whose broker Laura Weintraub had the Upper Nyack listing. The 4,488-square-foot home at 641 North Broadway has five bedrooms, three bathrooms and an in-ground pool, as well as 723 feet of shoreline that includes a sandy beach and a private boat dock. The area around the 6.42-acre estate used to be a sandstone quarry in the 1800s, Weld Realty said. “Rockland County continues to offer an exceptional opportunity for buyers looking for space, amenities, natural beauty and proximity to New York City,” Weintraub said in a statement. Seta Tunell of Ellis Sotheby’s International Realty’s brought in the unidentified buyer, according to LoHud. [LoHud]

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