The Rivertowns

Ardsley
As a village of just one square mile, Ardsley has maintained a small town appeal with a caring residential community. With its winding roads, hills and open green spaces, Ardsley is the perfect village for those looking for quiet residential areas with close proximity to Manhattan.

Dobbs Ferry
The village of Dobbs Ferry is one of the most diverse in Westchester and has become an increasingly popular village in the county. Dobbs Ferry is home to the Union Free School District, the first to join the International Baccalaureate Organization in the county.

Downtownb Dobbs Ferry

Hastings-on-Hudson
Just a 33 minute train ride from Grand Central, Hastings-on-Hudson is the perfect town for those looking to move out of the city but maintain an easy work commute. Discover beautiful views of the Hudson River and cliffs of the Palisades in this charming village.
Hastings on Hudson

Irvington 
20 miles north of the city, discover a historic downtown and 2.8 square miles of undeveloped public land.With its small village charm and vast greenery, Irvington is the ideal home for those looking for easy city access and an array of outdoor beauty and activities.
Downtown Irvington

 Sleepy Hollow
Home to the famous legend, Sleepy Hollow has preserved much of its history and natural beauty. With its small town charm, residents enjoy a 45-minute commute to Manhattan while still living in a culturally rich village.  
 Tarrytown

Tarrytown
Named one of the prettiest towns in American by Forbes Magazine, Tarrytown offers rich history and a vibrant downtown. Throughout the village you will find parks nestled along the Hudson and historical sites.
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