Living in New York is known to be quite expensive. However, here you will be able to find the top 5 richest places to live in New York state. Read on to find more details.
When talking about New York most of the people think about New York City. However, the state of New York is much bigger and full of different places. New York City is a hugely popular tourist destination, but the state has so much to offer. That's why a lot of the richest in America people choose to live in the state.
These 5 cities have the highest per capita income in the state. That is what makes them the richest places in New York City state. Get ready to be amazed! Keep on reading to find more information about the richest places in New York City state.
Not to be confused with The Bronx, Bronxville is a village located within the town of Eastchester. It has a population of just over 6,000 people and is one of the priciest suburbs. It's located about 15 miles away from Manhattan and has a per capita income of $89,000.
Scarsdale is a town in New York that has a population of just over 17,000 people. This town was first inhabited by settlers in 1701, so it definitely has quite a long history. Scarsdale is a pretty well-known town in New York and has been referenced in various songs, an episode of Seinfeld.
Matinecock is a village located within the Town of Oyster Bay. This village has a population of just over 800 and a per capita income of $93,000. In the 1990s, this village was named among the richest towns in the US.
Plandome, New York is a village that just over 1,300 people call home. This village is part of the Town of North Hempstead and has a per capita income of just over $95,000. Several historic figures and celebrities have called Plandome home and this village is known for its rich history as well as its rich inhabitants.
5- Sands Point
Sands Point is located at the very very tip of Cow Neck Peninsula on New York's Long Island. This village is part of the town of North Hempstead and has a population of just over 2,600. This village has a per capita income of just over $95,000 and houses here can run from $2 million to $24 million.