As can be seen from the charts below, housing prices in Gedney Farms have gone down during the housing recession. What the charts are indicating right now is that 2012 marked the turning point. Sales volume went up sharply even if prices remained low.
Sitting on the edge of the famous Highlands neighborhood. The location of the home offers all the convenience that downtown White Plains is famous for while being tucked away in a suburban neighborhood.
One of the greatest things about the spring and fall seasons is that the blossoms and foliage create a vivid color display....but sometimes storm clouds create a contrast that makes the seasonal colors appear more vivid.
Previously many of the home owners in Gedney Farms enjoyed the wonderful vista of golf course views from their back yards. Most bought their homes with the understanding that should the golf club disappear, the local zoning was for very low-density housing .
Those with deep pockets feel that minor incidentals such as "zoning" and a "city planning" are small obstacles to be pushed aside with relative ease. All they have to do is purchase a property - zoning not withstanding - plant their flag and impose their "vision" for the future of the land on the community.