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What You Get: $2.2 Million Homes in Georgia, Massachusetts and New York

A late 19th-century Carpenter Gothic estate in Rome, a midcentury-modern home in Newton and a neo-Georgian house in Upper Nyack.

House in Upper Nyack inspired by Georgian Revival house in Rhode Island

This house is in a village of about 1,800 people that was originally known as Goosetown and has a number of large estates. It is about 25 miles north of Manhattan and a mile and a half from the center of Nyack proper, with its many businesses. The 61-acre Nyack Beach State Park, on the Hudson River, which is part of the Palisades Interstate Park system, is less than a mile up the road.

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