PAUL HART JR.

Cell Phone - 914.263.8131

Territory Covered: Yorktown Heights, Somers, Katonah, Chappaqua,
Wilton

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Katonah
95 Katonah Avenue
Katonah, NY 10536
Office Phone: 914.401.9111
Office Fax: 914.401.9112
Katonah@raveis.com
Executive Mortgage Banker - Paul Hart


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KATONAH
Founded with the name Whitlockville, and later renamed for Chief Katonah, an American Indian from whom the land of Bedford was purchased by a group of English colonists, the town changed its name to Katonah and moved to the present site in 1897 when the former site (Old Katonah) was flooded by the construction of the Cross River Reservoir. More than 50 buildings were moved from the old site to the "New Katonah", rolled on logs pulled by horses. Katonah is a progressive community that has protected the charm and appeal of its rural heritage. It is styled as a "village" with one main street where local merchants provide goods and services to the community. There are no chain stores. The surrounding countryside includes the John Jay Homestead, the former home of John Jay, the first Chief Justice of the Supreme Court. Nearby private schools are Montfort Academy, affiliated with the Catholic Church, and the Harvey School, a private day school founded in the 19th century and counts among its alumni, Gary Trudeau of "Doonesbury" fame. Among other well-known people, Martha Stewart and Ralph Lauren live just down the road for the John Jay estate. Katonah, part of the excellent Katonah-Lewisboro school system, is also home to the Katonah Museum, and Caramoor (the Caramoor International Music Festival) both of which support an active artistic and cultural community.

Katonah, NY, nestled into the rolling hillsides, features a train station with easy access to New York City. Neighboring towns are Lewisboro, Bedford Village, Bedford Hills, Bedford Corners, Mount Kisco, Somers, North Salem, South Salem, Goldens Bridge, Cross River, Brewster, Pound Ridge, Croton Falls, Purdys, Waccabuc, Lincolndale, and Chappaqua. Real Estate in Katonah, NY presents a unique opportunity to live in a bucolic, family-oriented setting within reasonable commuting distance to New York City. Homes for sale in Katonah, NY range from as low as $400,000 to multi-million dollar estates with single-family homes predominating. Lots are private and spacious featuring beautiful gardens surrounded by wooded areas. The community is home to small shops that line a charming Main Street. This is the best time to buy real estate in Katonah, NY as mortgage rates are the lowest in many years and prices have settled at affordable levels. Living in a home for sale in Katonah, NY would be special for anyone looking to buy real estate in Katonah, NY.
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Founded with the name Whitlockville, and later renamed for Chief Katonah, an American Indian from whom the land of Bedford was purchased by a group of English colonists, the town changed its name to Katonah and moved to the present site in 1897 when the former site (Old Katonah) was flooded and by the construction of the Cross River Reservoir.
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