19ParkAveImage54 HUNTS PLACE includes 28 apartments include 11 one bedroom and 17 two bedrooms. They come with fully equipped kitchens with Energy Star rated appliances and vinyl plank flooring. The one bedrooms range in size from 718‐788 sq.ft; the two bedrooms, 860‐1032 sq.ft, each with one bath. All have cable hook‐ups. No fee parking is available. Amenities include a community room with kitchen, laundry center, roo􀅌op terrace, bicycle storage and professional on‐site management. Three of the apartments are fully accessible for persons with a mobility impairment; two are fully accessible for persons with a hearing or vision impairment.

54 HUNTS PLACE is located in the hamlet of Chappaqua in the Town of New Castle in north central Westchester County approximately 32 miles north of Grand Central Station in Manhattan. New Castle is bordered by the Towns of Mount Pleasant and Ossining to the southwest, Bedford, Mt.Kisco and Somers to the northeast and Yorktown and Cortlandt to the northwest.

It is within walking distance to the Chappaqua Station, a commuter rail stop on Metro‐North’s Harlem line. Chappaqua is also served by Westchester Bee‐Line Bus #6 and has easy access to the Saw Mill River Parkway with connections to I‐684 and the Cross County Parkway.

54 HUNTS PLACE is walking distance to downtown Chappaqua which is home to shops, restaurants and other local businesses. Other close‐by shopping, including a major supermarket, is Chappaqua Crossing, a new residential and commercial development on the grounds of the former Readers Digest property. Free shuttle service is offered between Chappaqua Train Station and Chappaqua Crossing. Nearby Mt. Kisco also offers shopping and entertainment opportunities. Northern Westchester Hospital (Northwell Health) is within 4 miles of Chappaqua.

The New Castle Recreation Department offers a wide range of children’s programs, summer camps and youth sports team. The Town has 549 acres of parks and preserves including Gedney Park with playground, pond and hills for sledding. The Chappaqua Library is a member of the Westchester Library System.

Residents of 54 HUNTS PLACE are served by the nationally renowned Chappaqua Central School District with its three elementary schools, two middle schools and the Horace Greeley High School. The District also offers a Con􀆟nuing Ed Program for adults.

Pruyn Sanctuary is nearby on Route 133. It protects 92 acres of open space and offers over two miles of hiking trails and a butterfly and hummingbird garden.

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.

Details:

Unit Type Quantity Rental Price
One-Bedroom Rental Unit

3

$1,120

One-Bedroom Rental Unit 8 $1,356
Two-Bedroom Rental Unit 3 $1,332
Two-Bedroom Rental Unit 11 $1,615
Two-Bedroom Rental Unit 1 $1,340
Two-Bedroom Rental Unit 2 $1,623

Applications Due: February 17, 2021

For More Information and How to Apply: Applications and Brochure are currently available in English, Spanish, Chinese and Mandarin. Contact the Housing Action Council by e-mail at hac@affordablehomes.org, or by phone at (914)-332-4144.  

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