Idyllic Village on the Sound
With miles of coastline on Long Island Sound and a wealth of local shops and restaurants, Westchester's smallest city has a timeless draw.
During peak hours, the trip from Rye to Grand Central on Metro North will take about 40 minutes.
From small colonials to tudors and sprawling estates, Rye is host to all kinds of housing, as well as hundreds of acres of green space.
Arts & Culture
Rye Playland, built in 1928, is one of the only government-run amusement parks in the country. Its famous rides and waterfront views attract thousands of visitors each summer
Market Data for Rye Real Estate
Median sale price
-14.1% since January, 2023
11.7% since February, 2022
|February, 2023||January, 2023||February, 2022|
|Median sale price||$2,212,500||-14.1%||11.7%|
|Average sale price||$3,432,500||29.5%||31.1%|
|Average days on market||86||87.0%||-58.3%|
|% of sale price to list price||95.24||-1.2%||-6.0%|
|Homes for sale||25||13.6%||4.2%|
|Months of inventory||3.13||42.0%||4.2%|
A look around town
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