A busy week in local real estate

Dated: 04/21/2011

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The Nyack-Piermont area saw nine new listings hit the market this week, including a bi-level in Valley Cottage, a Neo Victorian on Cornelison in South Nyack, a renovated ranch on Palmer Ave in Upper Nyack and a fantastic contemporary high up on Tweed Blvd in Upper Grandview with breathtaking panoramic Hudson River views. Plus, four condo/co-op listings hit the market. In addition, the region had 5 properties go under contract, including a ranch in West Nyack, a bi-level in Valley Cottage, a short sale on Jackson Ave in Nyack and a mixed use property on Ridge Road in Valley Cottage. The best news has to be the five properties that were sold. They included a young Colonial on North Midland in Upper Nyack, a two-acre family compound in West Nyack, a bi-level in Valley Cottage, a Hudson Riverfront contemporary on Piermont Ave. in South Nyack and the Tudor Rose estate on North Broadway in Upper Nyack. Overall, it was a very active week... let's hope it continues.
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Steve Dolinsky

CELEBRATING MY 23rd YEAR IN REAL ESTATE….For the past two decades I have had the pleasure and privilege of living and working in the Nyacks as a full time real estate Broker Associate, assisting buy....

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