Port Chester is a coastal village of 28,967 residents in Westchester County, New York close to the Connecticut state border. It was originally settled in the 1660s and was known as Saw Pit until it was incorporated as a village in 1868 and was renamed Port Chester. It is home to Capitol Theater, a legendary music venue that has witnessed live performances by acts such as David Bowie and The Rolling Stones.
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The most sought-after real estate in Westchester! Port Chester's coastal location and proximity to New York City have made it one of the most popular small towns in the state. As a result, median home values are 47.3 percent higher than the state average and have increased by roughly 75 percent in the past 12 years. Prospective buyers will find a range of condominium and co-op complexes along King Street. Side roads such as Washington Street, Oak Street, and Grove Street offer older yet charming wood-frame multi-family housing units. There are also a number of rent to own properties available in Port Chester for those not interested in buying.
An abundance of rentals! Those looking to rent in Port Chester are in luck because a 55.2 percent majority of households are living in a rented house. Most of the affordable properties are situated close to downtown along the neighboring streets of Westchester Avenue. Conversely, most single unit homes at the higher end of the market can be found on the edge of town in Rye Brook. These houses will appeal to those in search of a quieter suburban ambiance and are still within a short driving distance of the downtown amenities.
See a concert at the Capitol Theater! Situated in downtown Port Chester, the Capitol Theater is a huge draw for music fans in Port Chester and the Westchester region as a whole. This historic venue offers a constant stream of bands performing throughout the year, and past performers include legends such as Pink Floyd, David Bowie, The Rolling Stones, Janis Joplin, and The Grateful Dead. Originally opened in 1926 and then reopened in 2011 after extensive renovation, the venue was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1984. Because of its proximity to South Main Street and Port Chester Train Station, it is once again thriving in popularity.
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