19ParkAveImage 19 Park is the adaptive reuse of a former chapel into a single family home with an accessory apartment. Prior to closing several years ago, St. Michael’s chapel served a small congregation for over 115 years.  

The one-bedroom accessory apartment is approximately +/-600 SF. There is a living area, kitchen and bathroom and parking. There is oak flooring and the unit is handicapped accessible.

Goldens Bridge is a hamlet in the Town of Lewisboro in Westchester County, New York. Goldens Bridge is in the western part of the town, adjacent to Interstate 684 and the Croton River. The Town of Lewisboro is located in northeastern Westchester County. It is bordered on the North by the Town of North Salem, on the south by the Town of Pound Ridge and on the west by the Towns of Bedford and Somers. Ridgefield, Connecticut borders Lewisboro on the east. Golden’s Bridge, Cross River, South Salem, Waccabuc and Vista are hamlets within the Town.  

Residents generally shop at the plazas in Golden’s Bridge and Cross River. Golden’s Bridge hosts a supermarket. There is also shopping in nearby Ridgefield. Town residents are served by the Katonah‐Lewisboro School District. Its high school — John Jay High School — is considered among the top 200 high schools in the nation.

The Lewisboro Library offers children, teen and adult programs. It has family museum passes, a fishing equipment lending program, a meeting room, and computers for Internet use.

Lewisboro is rich in natural areas. Two Westchester County Parks are on Lewisboro’s borders and there are six town parks and several community preserves. The Lewisboro Town Park on Route 35 contains tennis courts, the town pool, ball fields and outdoor basketball courts.

The major highways close to Lewisboro are Interstate 684 and the Merritt Parkway. There is a Golden Bridge Metro North Station (Harlem Line). It is approximately an hour train ride to Grand Central.

Eligibility Requirements: In order to qualify for this homeownership unit, the household income must be at or below 80 percent of the area median income (AMI) for Westchester County and this must be the primary residence of the homebuyer. See HUD Income Guidelines.


Unit Type Quantity Rental Price
One-Bedroom Rental Unit



Applications Due: Lottery is complete, Applications are still being accepted and will be placed on waiting list.

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