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269 Apartments for rent in Eastchester, NY

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Last updated September 18 at 08:37am
1 Unit Available
55 Bank Street
55 Bank Street, White Plains, NY
Studio
$2,200
420 sqft
Furnished Studio for 2 months sublet located on 15th floor of a brand new rental building with gym, swimming pool, and many more amenities.
Last updated September 18 at 08:37am
1 Unit Available
5 Barker Ave
5 Barker Avenue, White Plains, NY
1 Bedroom
$3,400
860 sqft
Available in August 2019, after 20th. Renovated and up-to-date one bedroom apartment. Fully furnished, ideal for your corporate housing needs, relocation to NY, NJ or Conn. The spacious condo can be home-a-way from home and long-term rental.
Last updated August 14 at 10:24pm
1 Unit Available
211 Travers Avenue
211 Travers Avenue, Mamaroneck, NY
3 Bedrooms
$2,300
1086 sqft
IMMACULATE, Well Maintained, SUNNY and SPACIOUS 3 BEDROOM 1 BATH 2nd Floor Apartment. Just a few blocks from WARREN PARK with Tennis. Tons of 24-7-365 Street Parking. CLOSE to SCHOOLS and TOWN.
Last updated September 19 at 02:19am
1 Unit Available
111 Palisade Street, #2F
111 Palisade St, Dobbs Ferry, NY
4 Bedrooms
$3,800
2000 sqft
Beautiful 4 bedroom 2 full bathrooms. Great layout, Completely gut renovated a couple of years ago. Steps to the train and shops. Heat and hot water included in the rent, Stunning wood floors, Nice size rooms, views of the river and private deck.
Last updated July 24 at 10:21pm
1 Unit Available
1 Cedar Street
1 Cedar Street, Bronxville, NY
1 Bedroom
$2,185
500 sqft
2 Bedrooms
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Charming pied de terre in the center of the village in pre-war building with access via front entrance or private entrance. Premier location - near shops, restaurants, movies, school, park and train. Parking Permit $230 Yearly. Village Lots.
Last updated September 19 at 02:20am
Allerton
1 Unit Available
3063 Wilson Ave
3063 Wilson Avenue, Bronx, NY
3 Bedrooms
$2,600
Spacious House Rental w/ 3 Bedrooms For Rent in Laconia, Bronx. Features Living Room, Dining Room, Kitchen w/ New Appliances and Washing Machine and 1.5 Baths. Includes Use of Driveway. Hardwood Floors Throughout. No Utilities Included.
Last updated September 19 at 02:19am
South Side
1 Unit Available
119 S 13TH AVE
119 South 13th Avenue, Mount Vernon, NY
3 Bedrooms
$2,500
2100 sqft
Well maintained 3 Bedroom apartment located on second floor of private 3 family home. Close to all amenities and minutes to Metro North Mount Vernon Station. Working Section 8 Program Accepted.
Last updated September 19 at 02:19am
Williamsbridge
1 Unit Available
839 E 217TH ST, #2
839 East 217th Street, Bronx, NY
2 Bedrooms
$2,300
3057 sqft
3 Bedrooms
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6 Bedrooms
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AVAILABLE TO RENT IMMEDIATELY with Move in September 15th, 2019!! Large 2 Bedroom 1 Bath (Owners Unit) in Fabulous Williamsbridge with backyard access.
City GuideEastchester
Eastchester, New York is older than the USA. The town started in 1664 when 10 families high-tailed it to the area from Fairfield, Connecticut. A year later, the Eastchester Covenant defined the must-follow list for everyone within reading distance. In the 1840s, the landscape went from farmville to it current township when the railroad arrived.

Heading home for Eastchester is like going for summer vacation at grandma's house in the country, if grandma was the head of a Fortune 500 company and lived in a house with more Grecian columns than in the original Acropolis. The trees, lakes and small-town retail sections make it easy to forget that you're in one of the more densely populated and urban locations of the state. And the population is small enough that Bill behind the counter will call you by your first name every time you pop in for groceries.

How to Rent

Because you can find apartment and house rentals in Eastchester almost anywhere in the township, first decide what area turns you on the most. If you need to commute to NYC for work, find a place near the train stations, such as at Crestwood, or by the Parkways. Want to be near the small-town action? Both downtown Tuckahoe and Bronxville consist of one-story shops clustered around walkable streets. To get away from it all, look for places to live in the Twin Lakes of Eastchester CDP. These rentals will most likely be single-unit homes. You'll also find water views near the Bronx River on the west side of town.

With a one-bedroom apartment for rent, you're only dealing with a landlord or management company. With a single-unit home, you talk to the owner. Both types of people can approve your lease within 24 hours. However, if you find a rental in a co-op building, expect your application to take as long as a month. That's because you're contending with multiple individuals on a board, which may only meet monthly. You also have to confirm whether you have access to such amenities as parking or the gym, because some boards limit use to owners only.

The two big factors on whether you get into a rental property are your income and how you handle money. For the former, potential landlords like to see that you make at least twice the rent and have been working for at least a couple of years at the same location. For the latter, they check your credit report.

Great Locations in Eastchester

Take your finger and point to the northern end of Manhattan on the map. The move your digit about 15 miles northeast through New York State into Westchester County. That spot between the Bronx River and Hutchinson River Parkways, just north of the Cross Country Parkway is Eastchester. To the north is Scarsdale; to the east, New Rochelle. Mt. Vernon is in the south and Yonkers on the west.

The town encloses only about five square miles of land with a tiny bit of lake water. It has three main areas:

Bronxville: This village in the south may only be about a square mile in size but it's big on desirability. While there are one- and two-bedroom apartments available here, you're more likely to lease estates with three or more bedrooms, expansive front lawns, stone walls and private driveways.

Tuckahoe: You'll find pieces of this west-side village in famous buildings and monuments throughout the world because it's the site of the Tuckahoe Marble Quarry. That fact might signal a grittier part of town but many factories and industrial buildings have become residences and retail. For example, Rivervue used to be the Revlon factory and the Tuckahoe Train Station is now a Starbucks.

Eastchester CDP (census designated place): So the name of this unincorporated section doesn't fall trippingly on the tongue. But it's certainly long enough to cover locales that don't fit anywhere else. The town's two bodies of waters are located here, as are such contrasting neighborhoods as Huntley Estates and the Industrial Sector, which look exactly like they sound.

Living in Eastchester

As long as you stay within town limits or the surrounding suburbia, a car is the best way to get around. The roads may be a tad narrow and too many leaves may block sight lines at the corner, but traffic is generally sparse except at predictable times of the day. Street parking is plentiful and generally free, and more than likely, your rental includes space for your wheels.

For public transport, the Bee Line provides glacial service throughout the county with an express route to Manhattan. Bronxville also has its own bus line that travels through local retail areas and train stations. The quickest public way to NYC is through the Metro-North's commuter trains.

As long as it doesn't involve trendy shopping, throbbing dance clubs, or cavernous museum halls, there's lots to do if you stay in town. Start with a trek through the great outdoors at Twin Lakes Park, where you can hike trails, fish in the natural-looking artificial reservoir or learn to ride a horse. Prefer your green more manicured? The Lake Isle Country Club features an 18-hole championship golf course, five pools and eight tennis courts. It's open to all Eastchester residents.

Visit the town centers of Tuckahoe and Bronxville for some charming down-home shopping and gossip with local proprietors. Newbies can mingle with old timers at the Tuckahoe Farmers Market, held every Sunday, or at the Green Day Festival, which features eco vendors, exhibits from Audubon Society, speakers on organic gardening and free coffee if you bring a reusable mug.

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