Located in southern Westchester County, the affluent suburb of Bronxville, New York, is just 15 minutes from Midtown Manhattan. Tranquil beauty, along the Bronx River, as well as the charm of an English village, are the setting for this community. Yards filled with lush foliage and flowers, abundant trees and charming homes are typical of real estate in the village. Victorian architecture as well as Tudor and Colonial can all be found here. Moreover, town house properties are part of the friendly neighborhoods of the community. Nearby, Yonkers, closer to the Hudson River, and White Plains offer much to do and abundant shopping at major retailers.
One of the main attractions within the village is the library, an architectural gem that reflects the ambiance of history, yet features all the modern amenities that the community enjoys, such as technology connections, art galleries and meeting rooms. Your children will attend top schools as part of the very highly rated Bronxville School District, which includes an elementary, middle and high school within the village; the arts, drama and technology are just some of the subjects that taught in the schools. Moreover, abundant recreational programs for children and adults are part of the Recreation Department and include tennis and more. Many open space parks can be found throughout the community, such as The Meadow, with its Nature Preserve or Scout Field with the Boy Scout Cabin and playing fields. Superb championship golfing and family facilities can be found at the Siwanoy Country Club within the village as well as other top-rated courses close to home.
Properties for sale here include reasonably priced condominiums as well as single family homes that can range up to seven bedrooms. Historic real estate is part of the selection of fine properties, with Italian Renaissance-style estates to be found. Lush gardens and opulence might be found in real estate that dates back to the early 1900s. Town homes with the ambiance of the French countryside are among the properties that include hardwood floors and might date from the 1920s, nestled within surroundings of mature landscaping. With close proximity to all the culture and excitement of New York City, the ideal combination of picturesque charm, exciting history and distinctive educational and cultural opportunities await those who choose the village of Bronxville, New York, to call home.