Sales Strong at Tarrytown Luxury Project Despite Soft Market

Real Estate In-Depth | July 24, 2019

20 Carriage Trail at Greystone on Hudson recently sold for $9.5 million.

TARRYTOWN—Despite the current soft luxury housing market in Westchester County, the Greystone on Hudson development here recently enjoyed a busy spring sales season.

Houlihan Lawrence, the exclusive marketing and sales agent for the 23-unit Greystone on Hudson, reports that sales in May topped $14.5 million which included the sale of 20 Carriage Trail for $9.5 million. Overall, there have been nine sales over the past 12 months, the brokerage firm reported.

“We have been successful because of our ability to seamlessly guide our buyers from a concept to a true custom home in an incredibly short period of time. Our clients are busy people and they appreciate the efficiency and ease of working with a vertically integrated developer,” said Elizabeth Shay, director of Sales at Greystone on Hudson.

“We are delighted at our recent sales activity including the sale of the magnificent 20 Carriage Trail home. Greystone on Hudson combines a philosophy of craftsmanship, a dedication to state-of-the-art construction, and a staggering degree of space and light that is rarely achieved in the New York marketplace,” said Andy Todd, president of Greystone Mansion Group, the project developer.

Located in Tarrytown, the custom built two-acre-to-five-acre estates at Greystone on Hudson include geothermal heating and cooling, smart home technology, Sub-Zero and Wolf appliances and radiant heated flooring throughout the kitchens and baths.