Town of Dover April and May home sales

Located in a senior mobile home park not far from the Dover Metro-North station this mobile home sold for $35,000 without land. Unit has central air conditioning, a generator, parking for two cars, and a spacious screened porch. The owner must pay monthly rental fees to cover services.

Christine Bates

Town of Dover April and May home sales

Dover’s real estate market continues to exhibit a wide range of prices from mobile homes on small lots in parks to estates with views. There were only five sales in April and May which reflect that diversity of options ranging in price from $35,000 to $700,000. The current median price of a single-family residence in Dover of $392,500 increased 78% over the last five years; however, Dover still remains below the of median Dutchess County price of $441,075

Current listings in Dover include over 25 building lots and nine homes from $400,000 to

$1,495,000. At the end of June there was a bottle neck of 20 pending sales of single- family residences including Zephyr Farm, an estate with 39 acres with a listing price of $4.2 million.

11 White Farm Road: 4 bedroom/2.5 bathroom home on .66 acres built in 1989 sold on April 3 for $460,000

84 Old Pawling Road: 3 bedroom/2.5 bath home on 1.67 acres built in 2004 sold on April 24 for $700,000

4 Stone Pine Lane: 4 bedroom/2 bath home built in 1993 sold on May 1 for $425,000

3653 Pleasant Ridge Road: 3 bedroom/2 bath home built in 1870 sold on May 3, for $385,00

72 Falcon Lane: 1 bedroom/1 bath, 532 square foot mobile home sold on May 31 for $35,000

*Town of Dover residential real estate sales for April and May 2024 days are closing date sales as presented in First Key Multiple Listing Service and do not include private transactions that are not publicly listed. Note that properties are listed by municipality, not post office. All property sales including private transactions are recorded by

Dutchess County but will only be published starting in July. We’ll catch up with these later this summer. Compiled by Christine Bates, Real Estate Salesperson with William Pitt Sotheby’s International Realty, Licensed in CT and NY.

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