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Finding homes for sale in Bronx, NY has never been easier as our comprehensive directory currently contains more than 1,519 listings! With prices for houses for sale in Bronx, NY starting as low as , we make the search for the perfect home easy by providing you with the right tools!

The Bronx

With a population of just under 1.5 million people, the Bronx is home to a diverse populace. Though one of the five poorest congressional districts in the U.S. is here, the Bronx is also home to wealthy neighborhoods, middle class neighborhoods, and everything in between. This borough is divided by the Bronx River, with a hilly section on one side and a flat section on the other. Like many parts of New York City, the population has increased and new construction has boomed over the last decade.
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This neighborhood guide will help you when you browse through Bronx homes and apartments for sale by providing useful information on home prices, transportation options, commuting, schools, safety, shopping, top things to do, and architecture. Find out which schools you can find in the area and their rankings, plus essential information on transportation options and crime rates.
The real estate market guide for Bronx will tell you how many rentals, condos, co-ops and single family homes there are in the area and provide insights on the housing market to help you choose the best neighborhood for your needs.

This neighborhood guide will help you when you browse through Bronx homes and apartments for sale by providing useful information on home prices, transportation options, commuting, schools, safety, shopping, top things to do, and architecture. Find out which schools you can find in the area and their rankings, plus essential information on transportation options and crime rates.
The real estate market guide for Bronx will tell you how many rentals, condos, co-ops and single family homes there are in the area and provide insights on the housing market to help you choose the best neighborhood for your needs.

Architecture and landmarks

The oldest building standing in the Bronx is the Van Cortlandt Mansion, completed in 1748. The borough is home to a host of impressive architectural projects completed by some of the top architects of their time, including Standford White, Heins and La Farge, and John Russell Pope.

Yankee Stadium is one of the most popular landmarks in the Bronx, but there are plenty of other attractions, including the 250-acre New York Botanical Garden, the Bronx Zoo, Wave Hill with its public garden and incredible views of the Hudson River, and the museums, playgrounds, and dog runs found at Van Cortlandt Park.

Architecture and landmarks

Real Estate Market Stats

Median Sale Price
$252K
5% YoY
Median Price/Sqft
$264
18% YoY
Bronx Median Sale Price
$252K
5% YoY

Get all the details you need on the Bronx housing market and real estate trends by having easy access to median sale prices by property and by square feet. You will also have access to the borough’s median sale price for comparison, together with year-over-year evolution of home prices.
Research the real estate market in Bronx even further while you are looking for homes and apartments for sale by checking our detailed residential market reports. Released monthly and including sales stats and trends, the reports will help you know the local market like a pro, so you can make an informed decision when buying a home or apartment in Bronx.

Transport

There are three major thoroughfares running through the Bronx (Third Avenue, Broadway, and Park Avenue), though more than 50% of people living in this borough don’t have a car. Instead, residents take advantage of the six lines of the NY Subway that run through it, with a total of 70 stations. There are also several commuter rail lines and a handful of buses.

Schools

School-aged children have their choice of a wide range of both public and private schools in the Bronx, and many of the schools here actually draw students from outside the borough. Elite public schools in the area include the Bronx High School of Science, Bronx Collaborative High School and the Bronx Charter School for Excellence.

Health

The Bronx is home to nearly a dozen hospitals, some of which have unique specialties. St. Barnabas Hospital has been around since 1866 and is part of the new CUNY School of Medicine that was created in 2016. Montefiore Medical Center is affiliated with the Albert Einstein College of Medicine and has several different divisions, as does Bronx Lebanon Hospital.

Safety

As is the case with most any borough in NYC, some of the safest neighborhoods are located in the Bronx (City Island, Riverdale, Spuyten Duyvil, Silver Beach, and Country Club), but it’s also home to some of the neighborhoods with the highest violent crime rates (Port Morris, Hunts Point, Longwood, Mott Haven, and less so, Belmont).

Things to do

Things to do

There’s no shortage of things to do in the Bronx, but local residents are quick to suggest heading to Arthur Avenue for some authentic Italian food. The $2 billion Yankee Stadium is on virtually every baseball fan’s bucket list, and Wave Hill is an incredible public garden with unique and awe-inspiring views of the Hudson River. Plant lovers shouldn’t miss a chance to tour the New York Botanical Gardens, while visitors to the Bronx Zoo Wildlife Conservation Society, which is the biggest urban zoo in the country, count it as a must-see.

Things to do

For a break from the hustle and bustle, there may be no better spot than City Island, with its quaint, New England vibe, and Pelham Bay Park offers more than 12 miles of incredible saltwater shoreline. Fans of craft beers should be sure to stop by The Bronx Brewery to sample their delicious, rotating beers, and the Bronx Museum of the Arts is considered by some to be one of the best art museums in the state.

Things to do

The Bronx Library Center, which is run by the New York Public Library System, is a green, newly built, $50 million center that is home to the books you’d expect as well as art exhibitions, theater, and much more.