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I Can See New York From My House!

and that my quaint downtown strip is no New York. I, of course, am not alone. In 2017, home sales hit a 35-year high in Westchester County and a 14-year high in Nassau County, according to Jonathan J. Miller, the president of Miller Samuel Real Estate ...

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