Westchester County is the first county up the Hudson as you leave New York City. It has a unique mix of places to call home — from urban hustle to laid-back country living. For instance, you can seclude yourself in the quiet residential neighborhoods of Mount Kisco, but still have your choice of shopping, services and restaurants, all within town. Chappaqua also has an array of properties mixed with quiet parks, a haven from the chaos of the city.
Boaters and other water-sports enthusiasts should like Mamoroneck’s inland harbor. Check out Mount Vernon or Yonkers for urban sophistication with a quick commute to Manhattan. Get your taste of country life in the tranquil atmosphere of North Salem, which has the lowest population density in the county. These are just a few of the unique places to call home in Westchester County.
WORK CLOSE TO HOME
Westchester County’s proximity to Manhattan attracts scores of commuters. There’s also plenty of employment opportunities in the county. From established Fortune 500 companies to startups and a burgeoning healthcare industry, there are many opportunities to work close to home.
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