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About Rye
Located along the shores of Long Island Sound in New York's Westchester County, Rye is a city of over 15,700 that has been known since the Colonial Period for extreme wealth and large neoclassical estates. One such property, the perfectly preserved Peter Augustus Jay House, was built by the son of John Jay, America's first Chief Justice of the Supreme Court. The centerpiece of the National Historic Landmark Boston Post Road Historic District, which includes mile markers that were laid out by Benjamin Franklin, the Jay House is an ideal example of the Greek Revival style of architecture that not only dominated mansion building prior to the Civil War, but is also found in preponderance throughout Rye today. Noted for its inherent dignity and grace, the Greek Revival school remains popular among buyers who desire homes that reflect their own stature and sense of tradition. Impressively scaled estates are not Rye's only attribute, however, as its proximity to New York City, to which it is also connected by a commuter rail line that terminates at Manhattan's Grand Central Station, makes it a convenient choice for many captains of industry and noted public figures. As the home of the Playland amusement park, a National Historic Landmark that possesses the Northeast's oldest wooden roller coaster and features a spot for boats to tie up, Rye is also a place of relaxation, fun, and family values. Given its centuries-old legacy and stable economic prosperity, this venerable suburb is likely to remain this way for generations to come.

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SIGNATURE HOME IN RYE

US $ 5,395,000  in Rye, NY
Houlihan Lawrence
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STUNNING RYE ESTATE

US $ 4,995,000  in Rye, NY
Houlihan Lawrence
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  • Located along the shores of Long Island Sound in New York's Westchester County, Rye is a city of over 15,700 that has been known since the Colonial Period for extreme wealth and large neoclassical estates. One such property, the perfectly preserved Peter Augustus Jay House, was built by the son of John Jay, America's first Chief Justice of the Supreme Court. The centerpiece of the National Historic Landmark Boston Post Road Historic District, which includes mile markers that were laid out by Benjamin Franklin, the Jay House is an ideal example of the Greek Revival style of architecture that not only dominated mansion building prior to the Civil War, but is also found in preponderance throughout Rye today. Noted for its inherent dignity and grace, the Greek Revival school remains popular among buyers who desire homes that reflect their own stature and sense of tradition. Impressively scaled estates are not Rye's only attribute, however, as its proximity to New York City, to which it is also connected by a commuter rail line that terminates at Manhattan's Grand Central Station, makes it a convenient choice for many captains of industry and noted public figures. As the home of the Playland amusement park, a National Historic Landmark that possesses the Northeast's oldest wooden roller coaster and features a spot for boats to tie up, Rye is also a place of relaxation, fun, and family values. Given its centuries-old legacy and stable economic prosperity, this venerable suburb is likely to remain this way for generations to come.
  • EXCEPTIONAL DIRECT WATERFRONT PROPERTY
  • OUTSTANDING MILTON POINT HOME
  • CUSTOM MANOR ON SCENIC KIRBY POND
  • A DIRECT WATERFRONT PROPERTY
  • MAGNIFICENT 1904 COLONIAL
  • SIGNATURE HOME IN RYE
  • STUNNING RYE ESTATE
  • SET ON A PRIVATE BEACH ON THE LONG ISLAND SOUND
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