Dobbs Ferry, NY, United States Accommodations

Accommodations in Dobbs Ferry

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144br 3-star Hotel
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Situated in Yonkers, this hotel is within a 15-minute walk of Lenoir Preserve and Untermyer Gardens Conservancy. Hudson River Museum and MacEchron Park are also within 3 mi (5 km).
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The SpaceBeautiful 1920's Colonial house in Charming Historic Village bordering the majestic Hudson River, only 16 Miles from Manhattan. Old world charm and cozy bedroom on third floor with comfortable full size bed (sleeps 2). Closet has hanging and shelves for your belongings. There is a desk & Wifi if you have to work. A private hallway takes you to a full bathroom with an antique claw feet tub ideal for bathing and relaxing in style (hand held shower only). Another comfy bedroom with a single bed, closet and desk is also available on the same floor for an additional $50 (instead of $65) if booked together (check out our other listing: 'Comfy Room | NYC & Hudson Valley) . Perfect for couple with a child or 2 friends each wanting their own room. Guest AccessPrivate & quiet 3rd Floor for guests. Use of large Eat-In Kitchen for breakfast & light meals. Access to common rooms. Lovely & quiet outdoor patio for breakfast & relaxing. Alex, your host, is a French Chef and would be happy to cook breakfast & dinner for you upon request (vegetarian, vegan and gluten-free available) Interaction with GuestsWe are a friendly family and we enjoy getting to know our guests but you can have as much privacy as you wish. The NeighborhoodVery safe family neighborhood nestled between the Ardsley Country Club Golf Course and the Old Croton Aqueduct State Historic Park. 5 minutes walk to the charming village of Dobbs Ferry with great restaurants and shops. Across the street from the 27-mile Old Croton Aqueduct Trail, paradise for hikers, joggers and bikers. Gorgeous riverfront park for walks and picnics. Canoe/Kayak launch. Easy access to the Hudson River Valley. Kykuit (Rockerfeller Estate), Philipsburg Manor (early 17th century dutch farm & mill) , Sunnyside (Washington Irving's house), Lyndhurst mansion, Pocantico Church with its Chagall & Matisse stained glass windows and Stone Barns Center for Agriculture, home to Dan Barber's Blue Hill Restaurant are all close by. Some of the best hiking can be found in the Rockefeller State Park Preserve, Fahnestock State Park & Hudson Highland State Park. There's Kayaking on the Hudson & Croton Rivers. And yet NYC is only a 35 minute train ride away. The best of both worlds ! Getting AroundA short & bucolic 14 minutes walk will take you to the Dobbs Ferry train station on the Metro North Hudson Line (36 minutes ride to Grand Central Station in midtown Manhattan). If you are coming by train with luggage and do not wish to walk, we will gladly pick you up if we are available at that time or arrange for a taxi pick-up. 5 minutes walk to the Bee Line bus stop taking you to White Plains or Yonkers and beyond. If you are coming by car we are right off the Saw Mill River Parkway & NY Interstate 87. I 287 passes by in Tarrytown, 4 miles away. Ample free and safe street parking available. Other Things to NoteWe are a family of four with 2 boys age 15 & 12 and a friendly golden retriever who does not go to the upper floors. We also have 2 hens who are in an enclosed pen in the side yard. Ask if you would like to try their delicious fresh eggs (not always available). We happily host families of Masters school students coming from all corners of the world and we proud ourselves to provide them with a home away from home just a short 10 minutes walk from Masters. We can also arrange airport pick up and drop off.
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60br 3-star Hotel
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Situated in Ardsley, this hotel is 0.6 mi (0.9 km) from LIFE The Place To Be and 2.6 mi (4.2 km) from Memorial Park. MacEchron Park and Irvington Town Hall Theater are also within 6 mi (10 km).
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3br Home/Apartment
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The SpaceThis house is perfect for families or small groups looking to visit NYC or Westchester. Enjoy the sunset over the Palasades while you eat dinner on the back porch. We are a 1 mile walk from the Metro north train station and a 30 minute train ride to Grand Central. This is a spacious house that was built in 1910 and has amazing details and character. The kitchens and bathrooms have all been recently renovated and everything is nicely furnished. Guests will have access to 4 bedrooms. 1 with a king bed, one with a queen, one with bunk beds, and one with a crib. There is also a bacement with a pull out couch for larger groups. We have a driveway with room for 2 cars and street parking is always available in front of our house. Even if you don't have a car you can get to and from NYC by walking to the train (1 mile) and then taking metro north to Grand Central. Guest AccessGuests will have access to 4 bedrooms. 1 with a king bed, one with a queen, one with bunk beds, and one with a crib. There is also a bacement with a pull out couch for larger groups. Getting AroundWe have a driveway with room for 2 cars and street parking is always available in front of our house. Even if you don't have a car you can get to and from NYC by walking to the train (1 mile) and then taking metro north to Grand Central.
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The SpaceHistoric home decorated in classic Victorian style. Guest AccessOne or two bedrooms (depending on number of guests), private bathroom, private parlor room and front porch. Interaction with GuestsInteraction preferred, but a request for privacy will be respected. The NeighborhoodOur beautiful 1860’s Victorian home is in the Historic Hamlet of Palisades NY. Walking distance to the Hudson River, Palisades is home to many of the silver screen’s biggest stars, plus the Palisades Market (a short walk) which serves breakfast, lunch and dinner. Try the burgers, they are to die for! We are perfectly positioned as the gateway to the Hudson Valley and all of its delights. From the hip and artsy river towns of Piermont (one mile away), Nyack, Cold Spring, Beacon and more, we are also a short drive to wineries, historic homes and hundreds of restaurants from casual dining to four star cuisine. The IBM Conference Center as well as Columbia University’s Lamont Observatory Campus are within a mile. Access to I-87, I-95 and the Palisades Parkway are all within twelve minutes drive. You will have the entire second floor of the house, with a brand new high end mattress and private bathroom. A second bedroom with a twin bed is also available on the same floor for an additional $40. Meal preparation in a modern renovated kitchen available on request. The photos also show your designated sitting room, which boasts a 48” flat screen TV (hidden to preserve the Victorian f eel of the room), plus the awesome front porch which looks out onto lush woodlands. Getting Around100 yards walk to the NYC bus. Drive to NYC in 20 minutes. 12 minutes to I-87, I-95 or the Palisades Parkway. Other Things to NoteYou will not believe you are just a short drive to the financial capital of the world. Deer, rabbits, chip monks and thousands of birds will delight you as you relax after a day of sight seeing, a business meeting or maybe a trip 'upstate'.
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Excellent
18 reviews
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This property was deactivated by the owner. We have found several other available options for your stay.
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Excellent
63 reviews
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The SpaceA charming Cape-Cod style cottage, known as "The Little Red House" - is listed as the oldest house in Dobbs Ferry, being built around 1828. The guest bedroom is on the second floor along with two other family bedrooms. The bathroom is shared. The guest bedroom is small but cozy with a single bed, small desk, chest of drawers and a partial closet. There is no A/C in the summer but we have fans. Another slightly smaller bedroom just recently renovated and restored with a slightly narrower bed complete with chest of drawers, small gentleman's desk and bookshelf is also available on the same floor for a slightly discounted rate. There is no closet in this room. Perfect for parent with child, or two friends each wanting their own room. ** At the moment this 2nd smaller room has a full length curtain across the doorway, not a door as I am still looking for a resalvaged vintage door to go here. Guest needs to be aware of this. Guest AccessThe guest is welcome to use the whole house which is shared between me and my grown up twin sons. The house has a small galley kitchen, a dining room and a living room. Kitchen privileges are use of fridge to store items, microwave, tea and coffee making and light use of the stove. There is a lovely back patio along with a grill and a picnic table under a green canopy that looks across a small back garden. The house has a small front porch for sitting, and boasts an English garden bursting with flowers in the spring and early summer. Interaction with GuestsWe are a friendly family and interested in getting to know our guests to the extent with which they would like to interact. We also respect the need for "down time" and quietitude. The NeighborhoodGreat safe neighborhood. Friendly local people who know each other. We are a leisurely 12 min downhill walk to the train station (38 -50 min ride to Grand Central), and a 1 min stroll around the corner to all the local restaurants, shops and main grocery store. The Bee Line bus stop is just 50 yds down the street, taking you to White Plains or Yonkers. The 27 mile Old Croton Aqueduct is also within arms reach, a paradise for hikers, joggers and bikers and we have a local riverside park for picnicking. The historic home of Washington Irving, "Sunnyside" is right up the street in the next village of Irvington; and Lyndhurst Castle in Tarrytown, both open to the public. Getting AroundWe are a leisurely 12 min downhill walk to the train station (36 min ride to Grand Central), and a 1 min stroll around the corner to all the local restaurants, shops and main grocery store. Bus stops just down the street. The 27 mile Old Croton Aqueduct is also within arms reach, a paradise for hikers, joggers and bikers and we have a local riverside park for picnicking. The historic home of Washington Irving, "Sunnside" is right up the street in the next village of Irvington; and Lyndhurst Castle in Tarrytown, both open to the public. Other Things to NoteWe are a family of 3, adult twin sons and myself that live in close proximity. We have 2 cats and a ferret. The ferret runs around, sleeps most of the time and is very sweet and friendly.
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The SpaceBeautiful 1920's Colonial house in Charming Historic Village bordering the majestic Hudson River, only 16 Miles from Manhattan. Old world charm and cozy bedroom on third floor with comfortable twin size bed (sleeps 1). Closet has hanging and shelves for your belongings. There is a desk & Wifi if you have to work. A private hallway takes you to a full bathroom with an antique claw feet tub ideal for bathing and relaxing in style (hand held shower only). Another cozy bedroom with a double bed, closet and desk is also available on the same floor for an additional $60 (instead of $75) if booked together (check out our other listing: 'Cozy Room(s) | NYC & Hudson Valley) . Perfect for couple with a child or 2 friends each wanting their own room. Guest AccessPrivate & quiet 3rd Floor for guests. Use of large Eat-In Kitchen for breakfast & light meals. Access to common rooms. Lovely & quiet outdoor patio for breakfast & relaxing. Alex, your host, is a French Chef and would be happy to cook breakfast & dinner for you upon request (vegetarian, vegan and gluten-free available) Interaction with GuestsWe are a friendly family and we enjoy getting to know our guests but you can have as much privacy as you wish. The NeighborhoodVery safe family neighborhood nestled between the Ardsley Country Club Golf Course and the Old Croton Aqueduct State Historic Park. 5 minutes walk to the charming village of Dobbs Ferry with great restaurants and shops. Across the street from the 27-mile Old Croton Aqueduct Trail, paradise for hikers, joggers and bikers. Gorgeous riverfront park for walks and picnics. Canoe/Kayak launch. Easy access to the Hudson River Valley. Kykuit (Rockerfeller Estate), Philipsburg Manor (early 17th century dutch farm & mill) , Sunnyside (Washington Irving's house), Lyndhurst mansion, Pocantico Church with its Chagall & Matisse stained glass windows and Stone Barns Center for Agriculture, home to Dan Barber's Blue Hill Restaurant are all close by. Some of the best hiking can be found in the Rockefeller State Park Preserve, Fahnestock State Park & Hudson Highland State Park. There's Kayaking on the Hudson & Croton Rivers. And yet NYC is only a 35 minute train ride away. The best of both worlds ! Getting AroundA short & bucolic 14 minutes walk will take you to the Dobbs Ferry train station on the Metro North Hudson Line (36 minutes ride to Grand Central Station in midtown Manhattan). If you are coming by train with luggage and do not wish to walk, we will gladly pick you up if we are available at that time or arrange for a taxi pick-up. 5 minutes walk to the Bee Line bus stop taking you to White Plains or Yonkers and beyond. If you are coming by car we are right off the Saw Mill River Parkway & NY Interstate 87. I 287 passes by in Tarrytown, 4 miles away. Ample free and safe street parking available. Other Things to NoteWe are a family of four with 2 boys age 15 & 12 and a friendly golden retriever who does not go to the upper floors. We also have 2 hens who are in an enclosed pen in the side yard. Ask if you would like to try their delicious fresh eggs (not always available). We happily host families of Masters school students coming from all corners of the world and we proud ourselves to provide them with a home away from home just a short 10 minutes walk from Masters. We can also arrange airport pick up and drop off.
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Excellent
3 reviews
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This property was deactivated by the owner. We have found several other available options for your stay.
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206br hotel
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Situated in a shopping district, this hotel is 1.3 mi (2.1 km) from Tallman Mountain State Park and 2.6 mi (4.1 km) from St. Thomas Aquinas College. Dominican College and Orangetown Historical Museum and Archives are also within 6 mi (10 km).
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    A great like room shared with a single dad and his son.. The room is huge and will be furnished before the first guest. Kitchen and bathroom is to be shared. In the summer months the child will not be there.
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    The SpaceA spacious, clean and quiet basement furnished with entertainment center, comfortable full size bed, large closet and drawers, a desk/work space, bathroom, washer/dryer, and a well stocked mini dining area. Guest AccessGuests will have its own washer/dryer, garage parking, mini dining area, full bathroom, and a living room with cable TV, wifi, and Netflix. Interaction with GuestsAvailable 24/7 but respectful of guests' privacy. I also have a niece who is available for car service from airport to our place at a reasonable price. The NeighborhoodSought after town in Westchester. Getting AroundMetro north train and the Beeline bus services.
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    My place is close to the Dobbs Ferry MTA Trainstation. You’ll love my place because of The warmth, hospitality and location. My place is good for couples, solo adventurers, business travelers, and furry friends (pets).
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      Only a 35-minute train ride or drive from New York City, this spacious, sunlit studio apartment has beautiful views of trees and sky. It is ideal for a couple and up to 1 small child with a large bedroom/living room area with sliding doors opening onto to a deck and an adjoining kitchen, bathroom, and small room Bordering 30 acres of forest trails, it is a five-minute walk from a public playground, a ten-minute walk from an outdoor public pool and tennis courts, and a five-minute drive to the train station. Explore all the attractions New York City and the historic Hudson Valley have to offer as well as the artistic village of Hastings-on-Hudson with its breathtaking views of the Hudson River.
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      2br Home/Apartment
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      The SpaceNew Listing (As of July 2016). My apartment is bright and charming, if I do say so myself. You have access to the whole apartment, which was entirely renovated in 2015. It is clean with modern furnishings and original hardwood floors and detailing. It's cozy (somewhere around 900 square feet/80 square meters), but not small. There's a main bedroom with a king-sized Italian lacquer bed, which is ideal for a couple or business traveler. The extra room doubles as an office (with high speed, wireless Internet) and a guest bedroom with a twin (39x75 inch) brass bed, Serta mattress and box spring. The kitchen has all new major appliances ... stove, oven, microwave, dishwasher, refrigerator, and some smaller items, such as a toaster oven, Nespresso coffee machine, toaster, blender, etc. (There will almost certainly be some food in the fridg - some half-and-half for coffee, butter, etc.) The living room/TV room is very pleasant with a large, comfortable couch, a 46 inch TV (with FIOS, Netflix, HBO and Showtime) and a wall of books and memorabilia from my extensive travels. The bathroom is very big (by NYC standards) with a stand-up shower/tub. There are pleasant views in all four directions (North, East, South, West) with windows that open and allow a pleasant breeze in Spring and Fall. There are three air conditioners: One in the living room, and a second and third AC in each bedroom, as well as some fans. And the hard wood floor (which is the second floor ceiling) has sound proofing. For longer stays, in the entryway to the house, there is a new washer and dryer on the ground floor. One can wash clothes as needed here in the house. Alternatively, there is also a fine laundry service that is very close. They will wash clothes for you. They charge about $1.20 per pound of clothes to wash, dry and fold them. Guest AccessWhile daylight hours are preferred for "check-in", we can meet you and provide access pretty much any time 24/7 with some advance planning. There is a key to the front door of the house, and, there's a key to the apartment, which is on the third floor via stairs (no elevator). Transportation - local bus stops are a block away. The apartment is an easy walk (15 minutes) to the Dobbs Ferry Station, on the Metro North line next to the Hudson River, which runs South to Grand Central Station in Manhattan. While Westchester airport (code HPN) is the closest, La Guardia (LGA) - and even JFK - is easier if taking something other than a taxi. From LGA or JFK airports, one option is to take the NYCairporter bus ((URL HIDDEN) from airport to Grand Central Station (about $14-18) and the train from Grand Central to Dobbs Ferry (about $9-11). That's about two hours "door-to-door". Taxis and Uber are also options, but pricey (about $60 to HPN and $80-90 to JFK). You'll want to avoid New Jersey (Newark) unless you know someone to drive and pick you up.If you are two or more people, there are dependable car services (which is really a van). About $65-$70 for two plus tip. For two people, that's probably what I'd do. Call and ask them how it works. ( (URL HIDDEN) or call (PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN) or email (EMAIL HIDDEN) ). Interaction with Guests"My goal is to combine the luxury of home with the convenience of a hotel to your satisfaction." All questions are welcome - before, during and after your stay. I can always be reached by phone call, text message or email. Let me make your stay as perfect as possible. I travel a fair amount. If not me, someone will meet you at the door at your convenience to provide keys and give you a familiarization tour. There is a visitor's guide with local eatery and tourism suggestions and "apartment user help". And we're usually a 10 minute walk away to address any more pressing needs. The NeighborhoodMy apartment is located on a quiet street across from a lovely church and the local Diner on the other side. Out back there is a school, and you can sometimes hear the muted sounds of children playing soccer in the afternoon. There are many local eateries nearby, including delightful places like Cafe Latte, where the owner will charm you in Italian, and Piccola Trattoria, which has sensational food! Use a search engine or Yelp to check out eateries on Cedar Street, which is right around the corner from my apartment. It's just a block away from the main grocery store in Dobbs Ferry for a full range of food supplies. You can easily wander down to the Hudson River, next to the train station, and enjoy the beautiful sunsets. The Aqueduct is another great walking path, a pleasurable jaunt to the neighboring cities of Hastings and Irvington. All-in-all, Dobbs Ferry is a delightful merging of old world charm and modern convenience in a semi-rural setting with frequent deer sitings. It's safe and quaint, as well as being very close to Manhattan by train and also White Plains by car. Statistically speaking, Dobbs Ferry is a small community of 11,000 people that has only one bank in town (how small is that!) The median household income of Dobbs Ferry residents is about $108,000/year, and 30% of residents have a graduate or professional degree from college. Getting AroundBus stops are within a block of the apartment, and the train to Grand Central (Metro North line) is a 15 minute walk (12 mins if you walk fast) from my apartment. Take the train north to Tarrytown, more river towns and hiking areas. Walk to neighboring cities via the Aqueduct. Taxis and Uber are relatively easy to find. Check out a map to see the big range of everything that is within reach. Other Things to NoteFall leaves are coming, and there are some beautiful walks in the river towns. Book now for a lovely weekend getaway this Fall. "Other Things" is where Dobbs Ferry really excels. This truly charming apartment is located in a historic river town, within close proximity to New York City, as well as the lower Hudson Valley Region. During summer, there are many free concerts in the various river towns and many events happening in New York City. Check out TimeOut New York for upcoming events! Additionally, there are many free concerts and other summer festivities in Westchester county if you wish to visit local sites. And, it's also convenient to many historical attractions in the region, from Kykuit, the beautiful Rockefeller property, to Washington Irving's Sunnyside Manor in addition to many other historic properties. Hiking. Water sports. Westpoint. Dia Beacon Art Gallery ... It's all within reach. Halloween is coming! For Sleepy Hollow, Halloween is the biggest weekend of the year. There are all sorts of cool things to do at that time. AirBnB prohibits the posting of URLs. But if you search online for October attractions in the Lower Hudson Valley area, you'll find really great activities, like the Great Jack O'Lantern Blaze, Horseman's Hollow in Sleepy Hollow, Irving's Legend, guided tours of Sleep Hollow cemetery, and the 'infamous' Sleep Hollow Haunted Hay Ride.
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      Perfect for a weekend getaway or if you need a place to stay for a short business trip. Convenient to the city by either car or bus, but far enough away that you feel like your in the country. Beautiful parks and towns within walking or biking distance and a very quiet small town feel make Palisades feel like a world apart.
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      The SpacePlease note the space is located on a 2nd floor walk-up. If you need assistance with any luggage, I'm more than happy to help. Guest AccessFree parking (at your own risk) is provided for one car at the top of the driveway during your entire stay. Interaction with GuestsI'm here to support your stay whether you are a novice or seasoned airbnb traveler. Please do not hesitate to contact me before and during your stay with any questions or concerns. Getting AroundAlthough car will be the best mode of transportation, the Greystone Metronorth train station is 8 min by taxi. The train ride into Grand Central Station is approximately 40 minutes.
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      Great Hudson River views, and 40 minutes to Grand Central Station. Perfect for visiting Mercy College, Masters School, and other schools in the area, as well as anywhere in NYC. Our HUDSON RIVER LOFT is the entire third floor. It has a bedroom with a double bed, bathroom with shower and sitting room. This space is air-conditioned. There is usually a nice breeze coming off the river. And also know that we do hear the train from our house.
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      This property was deactivated by the owner. We have found several other available options for your stay.
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      The SpaceGreat house, great village, great access to the city. That's why we moved here 5 years ago and why we think this place is a real find for anyone wanting to be in the New York metropolitan area for 6 or 7 months between Jan 2017 and July 2017. Hastings-on-Hudson is a cute quiet haven with lots of history and a 30 minute express train commute to Grand Central Terminal, in the heart of Manhattan. It’s known as one of the “Rivertowns,” four small villages along the Hudson famous for their laid-back vibe as well as their artistic and intellectual bent. You really have the best of both worlds, since fast commute into the city is matched by easy access to the charming orchards, farms, and nature of the lower Hudson Valley. If you want to learn more about Hastings, look for one or more of the recent articles in the New York Times Real Estate section featuring our village as it draws a new wave of families, especially from Brooklyn. One of the articles, for better-or-worse, was entitled “Hipsturbia.” Our place is centrally-located in the village. We routinely walk the 0.4 miles (0.6 km) to our local full-service grocery store, or 0.8 miles (1.2 km) to the Saturday Farmers’ Market, the gorgeous library overlooking the Hudson River, the train station, and the downtown shops and restaurants. The locals celebrate and frequent the downtown; it recently got a new taco place, a new gastro-pub is thriving, a new raw bar is coming soon, the sushi place is excellent, the falafel shop is a winner too. No chains here, just local businesses. We also take the five-minute stroll in the other direction, into miles of protected nature trails in the “Hillside Woods” or up to the local elementary school for the playground and fields. The house is a charming “Cape Cod,” recently remodeled, clean, and very comfortable. Four years ago we gutted the kitchen, opening it up to the dining room and adding all new appliances, floors, counters, cabinets, etc. It's fresh, clean, light, and in good shape. We also added a back deck, which is a wonderful place to grill and dine in the spring and summer. Come spring, the front porch is the perfect spot for sunsets or morning reading. The main sounds come from birds and neighborhood play. From the back deck you'll find a spacious, secluded, and inviting yard. Situated on a hillside, the space has been cultivated into a woodsy garden and veritable adventure playground. A playhouse, hammock, and tree swing invite kids and adults alike, while hanging lights and a fire pit extend the enjoyment past dark. Back inside you'll find a breakfast bar, an extendable dining room table, a comfortable living room, and three spacious bedrooms (two upstairs (king and twin) and one on the main floor (full)). The master has a small walk-in closet and room for two large dressers. The bedrooms have two windows each, all looking out on trees and greenery. Our neighbors on either side are above and below us and separated from us by trees, so the house feels very private. We remodeled the basement recently. There you'll find a large guest room/office (really another bedroom if desired) as well as a desk, printer, and access to the outdoors via the private driveway. Adjoining the guest room/office is a laundry room with space for storage and a work bench. There are two full bathrooms in the house, one (upstairs) recently remodeled. The floors are hardwood, with the exception of the basement which got fresh carpet a few years back. No pets or smokers have lived here and we ask that you not bring either. We have wifi, a TV, and stereo equipment throughout the house. Rent includes regular cleaning. We love this place and hope you will too! Let us know if you have any questions! Other Things to NotePrice is monthly. Longterm sublet only. Jan 2017-July 2017
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      My place is close to restaurants, Sushi Mike's Japanese Restaurant, The Parlor and Dobbs Diner Inc. You’ll love my place because it is convenient and a Private Basement Apartment. Easy access westchester county and NYC by train. My apartment is good for couples, solo adventurers and business travelers.
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      You will love being so close to the train and the Aqueduct trail! The views from the Living Room are stunning at all hours in all seasons. Hastings-on-Hudson has parks, great food and walkability. This house is a basic cape style with 4 Bedrooms.