Tennis lessons anyone? How about a hike in a local preserve? Pools with a country club feel? What about finally learning how to salsa? If your thirst to try new activities is there and you want to stay local for a reasonable cost, check out your local Parks & Recreation Department. Here are some of the … Continue reading Northern Westchester Parks & Recreation Departments Offer Incredible Activities Within Their Communities
Bedford offers the feeling of “life in the country” with nearby access to shopping, restaurants and recreation. The tree-lined streets, quiet residential roads, award winning schools and ample history make it one of the most desirable locations in Northern Westchester to live. The town consists of three hamlets: Bedford Hills, Bedford Village and Katonah. Each town … Continue reading Bedford – Life in the Country That’s Close To The City
Goldens Bridge is not your typical suburb. While it’s very close to Interstate 684, making it an easy commute to southern Westchester, Connecticut or the Metro-North, this 2.6 square mile hamlet of Lewisboro is packed with rolling hills and densely wooded areas. What started as a major dairy stop during the mid-19th century, Goldens Bridge … Continue reading Goldens Bridge: Suburb with Room and a View
Most people have heard of Chappaqua; between the Clintons relocating there, serving as a location for several high-profit movies such as “Falling in Love” and being the place that everyone wants to live in, one has to ask, “What IS this Chappaqua place all about?” The village with Native American Roots, meaning, “The Rustling Land”, was settled in … Continue reading Chappaqua: The Busy Village with a lot to offer
For a small town, Waccabuc sure offers so much to many types of residents…or potential ones: the commuter, a young family, the couple looking for a new house after the kids are grown- no wonder Waccabuc is “New York’s Secret Suburb.” Having this wonderful listing helps me appreciate everything that is “just close enough”. When … Continue reading Waccawho? Waccabuc!