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Described in Westchester Magazine as "charming, quiet, green with a darling Main Street, stunning river views (and) a lively dining scene, this unassuming river town is pretty near perfect"! Just 20 miles from north of midtown Manhattan, downtown Irvington is only a 37 minute express train ride from Grand Central Station in Manhattan. Local parks offer picnic areas, playing fields, playgrounds, walking, jogging and biking paths, a boat launch - or just a place to enjoy watching a sunset view.
Residents of this seaside community are determined to maintain its friendly, small town atmosphere despite its close proximity to New York City (18 miles). When not sailing or motor boating on Long Island Sound, Larchmont's residents can be found walking in beautiful 6 acre Manor Park and Beach or taking advantage of the many recreational activities offered by the community.
Centro | 110 Chatsworth Avenue
Located only 40 minutes away from Grand Central Station, Mamaroneck offers an easy commute to NYC and all the advantages of suburban living. Situated along Long Island Sound, Mamaroneck boasts a stunning harbor adjacent to a beautiful public park. Residents take advantage of this property year round to play sports and enjoy the magnificent waterfront view. Mamaroneck’s vibrant downtown is just steps away offering a wide variety of cuisines, interesting shops, and entertainment venues.
Just two and a half square miles, Pelham is the southernmost town in Westchester County making it a commuter’s delight. Located just 18 miles from the heart of NYC, Pelham consists of 2 sister villages; Pelham and Pelham Manor. The village of Pelham is home to Metro NorthTrain Station as well as a small downtown area offering restaurants, shops and the Pelham Playhouse movie theatre.
8 Boulevard West | Colonial Court
This picture-perfect community situated on Long Island Sound has a quaint New England-like feeling. Rye offers residents access to a municipal beach as well as numerous recreational facilities, including a municipally owned and operated golf club and marina; a nature and wild life center; and Rye Playland, a county owned Art Deco amusement park that is an historic landmark. Despite its proximity to major thoroughfares and shopping malls, downtown Rye has become a major destination in itself for smart shopping and dining.
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