Located in the Scarborough area of Briarcliff Manor, Kemey’s Cove is a quiet condo community nestled off of Revolutionary road overlooking the Kemey’s Cove lagoon off the Hudson River. Historic places nearby include Sparta Cemetery as well as the Jug Tavern. The setting gives it a stunning view of the Hudson and the Metro North train line that runs up the river. The Scarborough train station is walking distance (a jitney is also available) as is the Arcadian Shopping Center.
The complex has plenty of amenities: plentiful parking, a pool, tennis courts, children’s playsets, and most units have patios or balconies. There are several floor plans, and apartment sizes range from 1 to 3 bedrooms. There are a few duplexes as well.
Construction of the buildings was completed in 1975. The physical condition still looks great. The landscaping is spectacular, with a huge variety of trees, shrubs, perennials and evergreens. It has become synonymous with Scarborough, and, even though the complex is relatively new for the area, it feels like it has been there far longer.
While the community is located in Briarcliff Manor, it is served by the Ossining Union Free School District. Commuting time on the Hudson line of the Metro North railroad is about 45 minutes to Grand central terminal. There are currently two condos for sale in the complex, both 2 bedrooms priced in the 300’s.
Well -priced units do not last long at Kemey’s Cove, especially if they face the water. Of the last 11 units sold in the complex, I was the listing agent for 4 of them- I have always had a thing for the complex. You can’t sell what you don’t love; I think the community offers fantastic value, especially when contrasted with co op ownership. The setting, location, amenities and proximity to so much makes Kemey’s Cove a one of a kind condominium.
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