Armonk, a hamlet located in North Castle, is a great place to hang your hat. You get Northern Westchester country feeling, great schools, a charming town and commuter flexibility.
Armonk is situated near 684 and 22, making it simple to commute to lower Westchester, Connecticut and Manhattan. Nearby Metro North Station, North White Plains, is also another viable connection to Manhattan.
Armonk has something for everyone, with a buzzing restaurant scene, shopping, activities and more. Armonk’s walkable business district is another big draw. It’s home to many major international businesses such as IBM, R.E. Swiss and M.E. Sharpe, which help pay a portion of the property taxes for homeowners.
North Castle Parks & Recreation offers several parks, a town pool, many sponsored events, including Frosty Day, Fol de Rol and a renowned Outdoor Art Show every fall.
Armonk offers a variety of lifestyles as well. You will be charmed by beautiful Sterling Road which has arched trees and flat land, and the private enclaves of Thomas Wright Estates and Conyers Farm Another neighborhood, Windmill Farm offers its members a private lake, clubhouse, day camp and other outdoor activities to create the private club lifestyle. Cider Mill, Whippoorwill Hills and Whippoorwill Ridge are gated communities with their own swim and tennis that are walking distance to town.
If you are a history buff, Smith Tavern, a historical site and landmark of the Revolutionary War, is located in Armonk and is the home of the North Castle Historical Society. Take a look at a slide show I put together showcasing some of the best that Armonk has to offer.
Armonk Chamber of Commerce, Town of North Castle, Byram Hills Central School District, North Castle Police, Armonk Prep, North Castle Public Library, The Armonk Outdoor Art Show, The Armonk Players, Fol-De-Rol Festival and Crafts in the Park, Armonk Frosty