What's the "cheaper" areas in Scarsdale?Question asked via StreetAdvisor The opinions expressed here are those of the individual and not those of Douglas Elliman.
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Linda L. Peretz 2yrs+
To clarify-- the agent who mentioned Garth Rd and Green Knolls--these areas are in the Eastchester School System. In Scarsdale, we use the name Scarsdale to signify the school district. It can be confusing becuase Scarsdale 10583 zip code has geographic locations in the school districts of New Rochelle, Edgemont, Eastchester and Yonkers! The "cheapest" area is a harsh question. We have 5 elementary schools in Scarsdale and all have the same curriculum. The education is the same for a resident of a $500,000 or $5 million dollar home.
Wendy Alexander 2yrs+
As an add on to the affordability, there are coops in Scarsdale Village.
Gay E. Rosen 2yrs+
It's true that the Edgewood area offers some nicely priced homes as does the Greenacres area too... No matter what the area, Scarsdale offers value, and it is no surprise that people simply love living there!
Rose Marinaccio 2yrs+
It is true that Edgewood is indeed Scarsdale's least expensive area when looking at price per square foot and average sales price. Garth Road is technically not part of Scarsdale, as the residential coops are located in Eastchester.
It appears that the "cheapest" areas of Scarsdale would be Edgewood which has smaller homes and lots, Garth Road which has more affordable co-ops in walking distance from the train station as well as, *I believe,* the North End and Green Knolls.