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103 Apartments for rent in Larchmont, NY

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Check out 103 verified apartments for rent in Larchmont, NY with rents starting as low as $2100. Some apartments for rent in Larchmont might offer rent specials. Look out for the
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1815 Palmer Avenue
1815 Palmer Avenue
Larchmont, NY
1 Bedroom
$2,100
775 sqft
Last updated September 24 at 09:37 AM
Sunny, quiet, very spacious 1BD ground floor apt in The Colony, completely redone, stylish open plan kitchen/dining w/custom cabinetry, corian countertops, gourmet gas range and high-end fixtures, large LR, oversized entrance foyer (great for office
1 Unit Available
16 Roosevelt Avenue
16 Roosevelt Avenue
Larchmont, NY
2 Bedrooms
$3,450
1400 sqft
Last updated September 24 at 08:25 AM
RH side on prime village cul-de-sac. HW, Central AC & Heat included. Beautiful residence in side by side townhouses on one of Larchmont Village's most desirable cul-de-sac locations.
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1 Unit Available
70 Fernwood Rd
70 Fernwood Road
Westchester County, NY
4 Bedrooms
$9,800
2900 sqft
Last updated September 24 at 09:42 AM
Available 11/01/20 Great Family Open Space Home in Larchmont - Property Id: 357947 AVAILABLE TO VISIT FROM AUGUST 28TH We are renting our lovely Larchmont home starting November 1st, 2020 to September 1st, 2021 to a nice family, who like us needs
1 Unit Available
24 Weaver Street
24 Weaver Street
Westchester County, NY
1 Bedroom
$1,700
423 sqft
2 Bedrooms
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Last updated September 24 at 09:37 AM
One bedroom Larchmont rental in great location. This sunny lower level apartment has been newly renovated with new floors, new windows, new kitchen and new bath. It has central AC and heat and AC are included in the rent.
1 Unit Available
110 Stonelea Place
110 Stonelea Place
New Rochelle, NY
1 Bedroom
$1,895
550 sqft
2 Bedrooms
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Last updated September 24 at 09:37 AM
Welcome to Stonelea Manor Cooperative, a tudor style, pre-war building conveniently located across from the Palmer Avenue shopping center. This first floor one bedroom unit offers a living room, bedroom, full bath.
1 Unit Available
2 Washington Square
2 Washington Square
Westchester County, NY
1 Bedroom
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2 Bedrooms
$3,100
1025 sqft
Last updated September 24 at 09:37 AM
Welcome home to this premier Larchmont doorman building. Spacious and sun-filled 2 bedroom rental with hardwood floors plus an additional oversized enclosed terrace perfect for an office/den.
1 Unit Available
680 W Boston Post Road
680 West Boston Post Road
Mamaroneck, NY
1 Bedroom
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2 Bedrooms
$3,750
1422 sqft
Last updated September 24 at 09:37 AM
Fabulous 2-bedroom, 2-bath bright and spacious apartment in Harborview Condominium! This beautiful apartment has been renovated throughout including the eat-in kitchen, both bathrooms, new carpet and painting throughout.
1 Unit Available
10 Byron Place
10 Byron Place
Westchester County, NY
1 Bedroom
$2,350
811 sqft
2 Bedrooms
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Last updated September 24 at 09:37 AM
Welcome to the Cambium, located in the town of Mamaroneck just a quick 35 minutes by train from the hustle and bustle of Manhattan. This beautiful one-bedroom rental property in a pet-friendly newly built construction.
1 Unit Available
35 N Chatsworth Avenue
35 North Chatsworth Avenue
Westchester County, NY
1 Bedroom
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2 Bedrooms
$4,750
1364 sqft
Last updated September 24 at 09:37 AM
Enjoy treetop views from this magnificent, impeccably renovated 2 Bedroom 2 Bath unit in Larchmont's premier full-service Carlton House.
1 Unit Available
10 Hudson Place
10 Hudson Pl
Westchester County, NY
4 Bedrooms
$12,000
4470 sqft
Last updated October 16 at 10:39 PM
Rebuilt in 2014 by the current owners, this gorgeous colonial is set on a third of an acre steps from Murray Avenue School. Open floor plan, oversized chef's kitchen, and wrap around, bluestone porch make for luxury living in the heart of Larchmont.
Results within 5 miles of Larchmont
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26 Units Available
Halstead Station
255 Huguenot St , New Rochelle, NY
Downtown New Rochelle
Studio
$1,723
449 sqft
1 Bedroom
$1,901
741 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$2,425
1121 sqft
Last updated September 24 at 09:37 AM
A 25-story high-rise building houses luxurious one-, two- and three-bedroom apartments. Within walking distance to the New Rochelle Transit Station, where commute to NYC is less than 30 minutes.
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5 Units Available
Wood Works
550 Halstead Avenue
Harrison, NY
Studio
$1,950
499 sqft
1 Bedroom
$2,425
641 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$3,500
1146 sqft
Last updated September 24 at 09:23 AM
On the border of Rye, this quiet, private, 36-unit boutique community is the first building built in downtown Harrison in over 30 years, and features contemporary design.
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8 Units Available
The Printhouse
165 Huguenot Street , New Rochelle, NY
Downtown New Rochelle
Studio
$2,064
502 sqft
1 Bedroom
$2,300
707 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$2,867
1048 sqft
Last updated September 24 at 03:48 AM
1 month free on Studio & 2 Bedrooms and 2 Months Free on all 1 Bedrooms. Limited time promotion: 6 Months Free Parking 7 $1500 AMEX Gift Cards on ALL Apartments.
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75 Units Available
360 Huguenot
360 Huguenot St , New Rochelle, NY
Downtown New Rochelle
Studio
$2,038
505 sqft
1 Bedroom
$2,374
718 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$3,546
1079 sqft
Last updated September 24 at 03:48 AM
360 signifies more than just the address. With stunning views of the Long Island Sound, Westchester County and the Manhattan Skyline - 360 degrees of beautiful views surround these quality homes of high design.
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3 Units Available
Drake House
207 Drake Avenue
New Rochelle, NY
Studio
$1,249
1 Bedroom
$1,549
2 Bedrooms
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Last updated September 23 at 09:37 PM
Convenient Westchester location just 30 minutes from Manhattan via the Metro North Rail. Smoke-free building with elevator and extra storage. Units with full appliances and hardwood floors.
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7 Units Available
Quarry Place
64 Midland Pl
Tuckahoe, NY
1 Bedroom
$2,702
750 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$4,427
1267 sqft
Last updated September 24 at 03:47 AM
At Quarry Place at Tuckahoe we offer spacious one- and two- bedroom apartment homes that feature stylish, top-of-the-line features and finishes. Elevated by an impressive collection of amenities, this is a home designed for the lifestyle you love.
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3 Units Available
The Lombardi
11 Park Pl , New Rochelle, NY
Downtown New Rochelle
1 Bedroom
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2 Bedrooms
$2,750
1060 sqft
Last updated September 2 at 04:13 PM
“The Lombardi” is named for the town of Guardia Lombardi, in Avellino, Italy. The town was built between 595 and 600 A.D. by warriors from southern Sweden.
Verified
6 Units Available
Harbor House
15 Davenport Ave
New Rochelle, NY
Studio
$1,549
1 Bedroom
$1,849
2 Bedrooms
$2,149
Last updated September 23 at 09:37 PM
Waterfront luxury living just 30 minutes from Manhattan. Amenities include garage parking, bike storage, elevator and children's playground. Walk to the subway or the neighborhood park.
Verified
21 Units Available
Avalon Mamaroneck
746 Mamaroneck Ave
Mamaroneck, NY
1 Bedroom
$2,349
892 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$3,335
1179 sqft
Last updated September 23 at 12:02 PM
Cozy homes right near I-95. Community highlights include a basketball court, game room and volleyball court. Close to Weinberg Nature Center for an easy natural getaway.
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10 Units Available
Avalon Bronxville
125 Parkway Rd
Bronxville, NY
1 Bedroom
$2,990
892 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$5,052
1160 sqft
3 Bedrooms
$6,630
1994 sqft
Last updated September 23 at 12:02 PM
Only moments from the shopping and dining along Pondfield Road, this community offers residents and onsite concierge, pool, clubhouse and 24-hour gym. Apartments feature stainless steel appliances and fireplaces.
1 Unit Available
233 Summit Ave 1st fl
233 Summit Avenue , Mount Vernon, NY
North Side
2 Bedrooms
$1,999
1100 sqft
Last updated September 24 at 09:42 AM
Lrg spacious w/d hookup Fleetwood 1stfl deck DR DW - Property Id: 369963 Large apt spacious Enclosed porch/patio Connected to LR and BR EIK Deck through back door kitchen area.
1 Unit Available
109 Pleasant Ridge Rd.
109 Pleasant Ridge Road
Harrison, NY
5 Bedrooms
$19,900
10000 sqft
Last updated September 24 at 09:38 AM
Prestigious Sterling Ridge! Home w/Gated Entry, Spectacular 1.5 Acres w/In-ground Pool, Spa, Grill Area, Patios, Gazebo, Bocce , Waterfall, Fountain & Lily Pond.
1 Unit Available
93 Adelphi Ave.
93 Adelphi Avenue
Harrison, NY
3 Bedrooms
$4,150
2000 sqft
Last updated September 24 at 09:38 AM
Beautifully maintained single family home for rent in Harrison, NY, available for rent starting April 15th, 2020. Asking $4150/month which includes landscaping. 3 bedrooms and 2 full bathrooms with jacuzzi tubs.
1 Unit Available
18 Cross Hill
18 Crosshill Rd
Eastchester, NY
5 Bedrooms
$10,000
6700 sqft
Last updated September 24 at 09:38 AM
6,700 Sq Ft 5 Bedroom Colonial Eastchester Schools Beautiful five (5) bedroom, four (4) and a half bath colonial in the very desirable area of Eastchester. Close to transportation and shopping. Eastchester schools. Available Dec. 1 2020.
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You can use the off-campus housing filters to find apartments near colleges located in or around Larchmont. Some of the colleges and universities in the area include LIU Brooklyn, CUNY John Jay College of Criminal Justice, Metropolitan College of New York, Columbia University in the City of New York, and Vaughn College of Aeronautics and Technology.
How can I find off-campus housing in Larchmont?
You can use the off-campus housing filters to find apartments near colleges located in or around Larchmont. Some of the colleges and universities in the area include LIU Brooklyn, CUNY John Jay College of Criminal Justice, Metropolitan College of New York, Columbia University in the City of New York, and Vaughn College of Aeronautics and Technology.
City GuideLarchmont
"Wall Street," "Mad Men," "All in the Family," "Family Guy," "The Odd Couple," "I'll be Home for Christmas" ... Larchmont has been mentioned by name in all of these popular TV shows and movies. Hollywood clearly believes there's something special about Larchmont. If you're moving here, you probably do too!
"Wall Street," "Mad Men," "All in the Family," "Family Guy," "The Odd Couple," "I'll be Home for Christmas" ... Larchmont has been mentioned by name in all of these popular TV shows and movies. Hollywood clearly believes there's something special about Larchmont. If you're moving here, you probably do too!

As of the last census in 2012, just shy of 6,500 lucky people called Larchmont home. Larchmont is a one-square-mile village in Westchester County, N.Y. in the town of Mamaroneck. It's located just 18 miles northeast of midtown Manhattan. In other words, this is prime real-estate. Larchmont is a picturesque suburban oasis where residents have plenty of elbow room -- yet remain just a short commute to what, arguably, is America's grandest city: New York City.

Moving to Larchmont

Whether you are looking for a one bedroom apartment, 3 bedroom apartments, or house rental, there are some things to keep in mind before you head out to look for places for rent in Larchmont.

As noted earlier, Larchmont is home to some of the most exclusive real estate in the eastern United States. Home owners renting out their lavish properties will want to make sure that potential tenants are reliable and trustworthy. If you are in the market to rent one of the area's extravagant homes, be prepared with first and last month's rent, proof of income, credit report, and possibly even references. Each landlord is different, but when you find the ideal house for rent you do not want to risk losing out because you didn't have the proper paperwork. In this neighborhood, it's a safe bet to over-prepare yourself.

Apartment communities are a bit more lenient. Finding a pet friendly rental in these parts may be a challenge. If you do find one, be aware that sometimes leasing agents request to meet the pet before allowing you to move it into your new place. Don't worry, they're sure to fall in love with your furry little friend.

Finally, New York winters are notoriously unpredictable. Before booking a flight or boarding a train to real estate hunt in Larchmont in winter, check the forecast. If it looks dicey, stay home and reschedule your house-hunting expedition.

Moving to Larchmont
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Whether you are looking for a one bedroom apartment, 3 bedroom apartments, or house rental, there are some things to keep in mind before you head out to look for places for rent in Larchmont.

As noted earlier, Larchmont is home to some of the most exclusive real estate in the eastern United States. Home owners renting out their lavish properties will want to make sure that potential tenants are reliable and trustworthy. If you are in the market to rent one of the area's extravagant homes, be prepared with first and last month's rent, proof of income, credit report, and possibly even references. Each landlord is different, but when you find the ideal house for rent you do not want to risk losing out because you didn't have the proper paperwork. In this neighborhood, it's a safe bet to over-prepare yourself.

Apartment communities are a bit more lenient. Finding a pet friendly rental in these parts may be a challenge. If you do find one, be aware that sometimes leasing agents request to meet the pet before allowing you to move it into your new place. Don't worry, they're sure to fall in love with your furry little friend.

Finally, New York winters are notoriously unpredictable. Before booking a flight or boarding a train to real estate hunt in Larchmont in winter, check the forecast. If it looks dicey, stay home and reschedule your house-hunting expedition.

Neighborhoods in Larchmont

Regardless of who you are, what your family make-up is, or what you're worth, Larchmont has a diverse array of housing options ranging from affordable all utilities paid apartments to luxurious hi rise apartments, to your dream house to rent. Here are some typical neighborhoods.

Larchmont Manor: If money is not an object and you want to live in Larchmont, you'll definitely want to check out Larchmont Manor. Here are some suitable adjectives for this neighborhood: expensive, affluent, exclusive, and convenient. It also boasts stunning old Victorian homes and spectacular water views. When you live here, you can head to the trendy Palomino Restaurant (yes that Palomino -- of the renowned Chef Rafael himself.)

Larchmont Village: This is a popular neighborhood west of Boston Post Road and Palmer Ave. It's a short walk to downtown, the train stop, and the water. You'll find smaller homes on smaller lots here than in Larchmont Manor (and they're priced accordingly.) On lazy days (hey, we all have them), skip cooking in favor of Sherwood's BBQ -- a delectable Larchmont institution.

Avalon Willow: This lovely apartment community not far from the water features 1 bedroom apartments and 2 bedroom apartments in close proximity to all that Larchmont has to offer. It's close to the shores of Long Island Sound and the vast Saxon Woods. This neighborhood is full of spacious apartments that are convenient to bus stops and metro and train stations. Love to shop? You can hoof it to Clutch to shop for a new outfit, go home and put it on, then walk back to Andrea's 25 North for an amazing Italian feast.

Neighborhoods in Larchmont
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Regardless of who you are, what your family make-up is, or what you're worth, Larchmont has a diverse array of housing options ranging from affordable all utilities paid apartments to luxurious hi rise apartments, to your dream house to rent. Here are some typical neighborhoods.

Larchmont Manor: If money is not an object and you want to live in Larchmont, you'll definitely want to check out Larchmont Manor. Here are some suitable adjectives for this neighborhood: expensive, affluent, exclusive, and convenient. It also boasts stunning old Victorian homes and spectacular water views. When you live here, you can head to the trendy Palomino Restaurant (yes that Palomino -- of the renowned Chef Rafael himself.)

Larchmont Village: This is a popular neighborhood west of Boston Post Road and Palmer Ave. It's a short walk to downtown, the train stop, and the water. You'll find smaller homes on smaller lots here than in Larchmont Manor (and they're priced accordingly.) On lazy days (hey, we all have them), skip cooking in favor of Sherwood's BBQ -- a delectable Larchmont institution.

Avalon Willow: This lovely apartment community not far from the water features 1 bedroom apartments and 2 bedroom apartments in close proximity to all that Larchmont has to offer. It's close to the shores of Long Island Sound and the vast Saxon Woods. This neighborhood is full of spacious apartments that are convenient to bus stops and metro and train stations. Love to shop? You can hoof it to Clutch to shop for a new outfit, go home and put it on, then walk back to Andrea's 25 North for an amazing Italian feast.

Living in Larchmont

When you live in Larchmont, you live within minutes of the most dynamic, diverse city in the world: New York City. But people choose to live in Larchmont to escape the traffic, congestion, and crime of their neighbor to the immediate south. They move here for outstanding quality of life, a quaint downtown, tree-lined parks, and the benefits of living in a close-knit community where neighbors greet one another by name.

You're in Good Company

Some of those neighbors are, or were, high-profile. Larchmont residents include or have included "Flea" (bassist for the Red Hot Chili Peppers), Timothy Geithner (a U.S. Secretary of the Treasury), Ang Lee (the Oscar-winning director), and Doc Severinsen (leader of the "Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson" orchestra.)

Joiner or Loner, You'll Love Larchmont

As a Larchmont newbie, you may wonder how you'll get to know your neighbors (famous or not.) Here's the solution in five words: Join the Larchmont Newcomers Club! As you might expect, this dues-based club hooks up newbies with social-event invites, kids' playgroups, and special-interest groups like book clubs, sports teams, wine clubs, etc.

If you're not a joiner, just plan to show up at community events like the annual "Sprint to Flint" run. Larchmont may not host its own marathon (like its famous neighboring city), but to Larchmont residents, this 1-mile fun run and 5K is even more fun. It culminates in a free concert and pizza party -- an ideal venue for meeting your neighbors.

Food for Thought

For new residents and long-time residents alike, a favorite weekend activity here is heading to the Larchmont Gourmet Deli on Chatsworth Ave. or the Larchmont Farmer's Market (also on Chatsworth Ave.), loading up on picnic supplies, and heading to Manor Park. This amazing 13-acre park situated on the banks of Long Island Sound is a natural playground for residents of all ages. At low tide, soak up the sun on a bench carved out of natural rock. Bring your binoculars and watch the tall ships sail serenely and the dolphins frolic.

Still hungry? Cap off the perfect day with a stop at Watercolor Cafe, Larchmont Tavern, Crush Wine Bar, or BLD Diner. Then head home. Wherever in Larchmont you are, you're never too far to view a dazzling sunset over the glassy-clear waters of the sound.

Living in Larchmont
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When you live in Larchmont, you live within minutes of the most dynamic, diverse city in the world: New York City. But people choose to live in Larchmont to escape the traffic, congestion, and crime of their neighbor to the immediate south. They move here for outstanding quality of life, a quaint downtown, tree-lined parks, and the benefits of living in a close-knit community where neighbors greet one another by name.

You're in Good Company

Some of those neighbors are, or were, high-profile. Larchmont residents include or have included "Flea" (bassist for the Red Hot Chili Peppers), Timothy Geithner (a U.S. Secretary of the Treasury), Ang Lee (the Oscar-winning director), and Doc Severinsen (leader of the "Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson" orchestra.)

Joiner or Loner, You'll Love Larchmont

As a Larchmont newbie, you may wonder how you'll get to know your neighbors (famous or not.) Here's the solution in five words: Join the Larchmont Newcomers Club! As you might expect, this dues-based club hooks up newbies with social-event invites, kids' playgroups, and special-interest groups like book clubs, sports teams, wine clubs, etc.

If you're not a joiner, just plan to show up at community events like the annual "Sprint to Flint" run. Larchmont may not host its own marathon (like its famous neighboring city), but to Larchmont residents, this 1-mile fun run and 5K is even more fun. It culminates in a free concert and pizza party -- an ideal venue for meeting your neighbors.

Food for Thought

For new residents and long-time residents alike, a favorite weekend activity here is heading to the Larchmont Gourmet Deli on Chatsworth Ave. or the Larchmont Farmer's Market (also on Chatsworth Ave.), loading up on picnic supplies, and heading to Manor Park. This amazing 13-acre park situated on the banks of Long Island Sound is a natural playground for residents of all ages. At low tide, soak up the sun on a bench carved out of natural rock. Bring your binoculars and watch the tall ships sail serenely and the dolphins frolic.

Still hungry? Cap off the perfect day with a stop at Watercolor Cafe, Larchmont Tavern, Crush Wine Bar, or BLD Diner. Then head home. Wherever in Larchmont you are, you're never too far to view a dazzling sunset over the glassy-clear waters of the sound.

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City GuideLarchmont
"Wall Street," "Mad Men," "All in the Family," "Family Guy," "The Odd Couple," "I'll be Home for Christmas" ... Larchmont has been mentioned by name in all of these popular TV shows and movies. Hollywood clearly believes there's something special about Larchmont. If you're moving here, you probably do too!
"Wall Street," "Mad Men," "All in the Family," "Family Guy," "The Odd Couple," "I'll be Home for Christmas" ... Larchmont has been mentioned by name in all of these popular TV shows and movies. Hollywood clearly believes there's something special about Larchmont. If you're moving here, you probably do too!

As of the last census in 2012, just shy of 6,500 lucky people called Larchmont home. Larchmont is a one-square-mile village in Westchester County, N.Y. in the town of Mamaroneck. It's located just 18 miles northeast of midtown Manhattan. In other words, this is prime real-estate. Larchmont is a picturesque suburban oasis where residents have plenty of elbow room -- yet remain just a short commute to what, arguably, is America's grandest city: New York City.

Moving to Larchmont

Whether you are looking for a one bedroom apartment, 3 bedroom apartments, or house rental, there are some things to keep in mind before you head out to look for places for rent in Larchmont.

As noted earlier, Larchmont is home to some of the most exclusive real estate in the eastern United States. Home owners renting out their lavish properties will want to make sure that potential tenants are reliable and trustworthy. If you are in the market to rent one of the area's extravagant homes, be prepared with first and last month's rent, proof of income, credit report, and possibly even references. Each landlord is different, but when you find the ideal house for rent you do not want to risk losing out because you didn't have the proper paperwork. In this neighborhood, it's a safe bet to over-prepare yourself.

Apartment communities are a bit more lenient. Finding a pet friendly rental in these parts may be a challenge. If you do find one, be aware that sometimes leasing agents request to meet the pet before allowing you to move it into your new place. Don't worry, they're sure to fall in love with your furry little friend.

Finally, New York winters are notoriously unpredictable. Before booking a flight or boarding a train to real estate hunt in Larchmont in winter, check the forecast. If it looks dicey, stay home and reschedule your house-hunting expedition.

Moving to Larchmont
+

Whether you are looking for a one bedroom apartment, 3 bedroom apartments, or house rental, there are some things to keep in mind before you head out to look for places for rent in Larchmont.

As noted earlier, Larchmont is home to some of the most exclusive real estate in the eastern United States. Home owners renting out their lavish properties will want to make sure that potential tenants are reliable and trustworthy. If you are in the market to rent one of the area's extravagant homes, be prepared with first and last month's rent, proof of income, credit report, and possibly even references. Each landlord is different, but when you find the ideal house for rent you do not want to risk losing out because you didn't have the proper paperwork. In this neighborhood, it's a safe bet to over-prepare yourself.

Apartment communities are a bit more lenient. Finding a pet friendly rental in these parts may be a challenge. If you do find one, be aware that sometimes leasing agents request to meet the pet before allowing you to move it into your new place. Don't worry, they're sure to fall in love with your furry little friend.

Finally, New York winters are notoriously unpredictable. Before booking a flight or boarding a train to real estate hunt in Larchmont in winter, check the forecast. If it looks dicey, stay home and reschedule your house-hunting expedition.

Neighborhoods in Larchmont

Regardless of who you are, what your family make-up is, or what you're worth, Larchmont has a diverse array of housing options ranging from affordable all utilities paid apartments to luxurious hi rise apartments, to your dream house to rent. Here are some typical neighborhoods.

Larchmont Manor: If money is not an object and you want to live in Larchmont, you'll definitely want to check out Larchmont Manor. Here are some suitable adjectives for this neighborhood: expensive, affluent, exclusive, and convenient. It also boasts stunning old Victorian homes and spectacular water views. When you live here, you can head to the trendy Palomino Restaurant (yes that Palomino -- of the renowned Chef Rafael himself.)

Larchmont Village: This is a popular neighborhood west of Boston Post Road and Palmer Ave. It's a short walk to downtown, the train stop, and the water. You'll find smaller homes on smaller lots here than in Larchmont Manor (and they're priced accordingly.) On lazy days (hey, we all have them), skip cooking in favor of Sherwood's BBQ -- a delectable Larchmont institution.

Avalon Willow: This lovely apartment community not far from the water features 1 bedroom apartments and 2 bedroom apartments in close proximity to all that Larchmont has to offer. It's close to the shores of Long Island Sound and the vast Saxon Woods. This neighborhood is full of spacious apartments that are convenient to bus stops and metro and train stations. Love to shop? You can hoof it to Clutch to shop for a new outfit, go home and put it on, then walk back to Andrea's 25 North for an amazing Italian feast.

Neighborhoods in Larchmont
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Regardless of who you are, what your family make-up is, or what you're worth, Larchmont has a diverse array of housing options ranging from affordable all utilities paid apartments to luxurious hi rise apartments, to your dream house to rent. Here are some typical neighborhoods.

Larchmont Manor: If money is not an object and you want to live in Larchmont, you'll definitely want to check out Larchmont Manor. Here are some suitable adjectives for this neighborhood: expensive, affluent, exclusive, and convenient. It also boasts stunning old Victorian homes and spectacular water views. When you live here, you can head to the trendy Palomino Restaurant (yes that Palomino -- of the renowned Chef Rafael himself.)

Larchmont Village: This is a popular neighborhood west of Boston Post Road and Palmer Ave. It's a short walk to downtown, the train stop, and the water. You'll find smaller homes on smaller lots here than in Larchmont Manor (and they're priced accordingly.) On lazy days (hey, we all have them), skip cooking in favor of Sherwood's BBQ -- a delectable Larchmont institution.

Avalon Willow: This lovely apartment community not far from the water features 1 bedroom apartments and 2 bedroom apartments in close proximity to all that Larchmont has to offer. It's close to the shores of Long Island Sound and the vast Saxon Woods. This neighborhood is full of spacious apartments that are convenient to bus stops and metro and train stations. Love to shop? You can hoof it to Clutch to shop for a new outfit, go home and put it on, then walk back to Andrea's 25 North for an amazing Italian feast.

Living in Larchmont

When you live in Larchmont, you live within minutes of the most dynamic, diverse city in the world: New York City. But people choose to live in Larchmont to escape the traffic, congestion, and crime of their neighbor to the immediate south. They move here for outstanding quality of life, a quaint downtown, tree-lined parks, and the benefits of living in a close-knit community where neighbors greet one another by name.

You're in Good Company

Some of those neighbors are, or were, high-profile. Larchmont residents include or have included "Flea" (bassist for the Red Hot Chili Peppers), Timothy Geithner (a U.S. Secretary of the Treasury), Ang Lee (the Oscar-winning director), and Doc Severinsen (leader of the "Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson" orchestra.)

Joiner or Loner, You'll Love Larchmont

As a Larchmont newbie, you may wonder how you'll get to know your neighbors (famous or not.) Here's the solution in five words: Join the Larchmont Newcomers Club! As you might expect, this dues-based club hooks up newbies with social-event invites, kids' playgroups, and special-interest groups like book clubs, sports teams, wine clubs, etc.

If you're not a joiner, just plan to show up at community events like the annual "Sprint to Flint" run. Larchmont may not host its own marathon (like its famous neighboring city), but to Larchmont residents, this 1-mile fun run and 5K is even more fun. It culminates in a free concert and pizza party -- an ideal venue for meeting your neighbors.

Food for Thought

For new residents and long-time residents alike, a favorite weekend activity here is heading to the Larchmont Gourmet Deli on Chatsworth Ave. or the Larchmont Farmer's Market (also on Chatsworth Ave.), loading up on picnic supplies, and heading to Manor Park. This amazing 13-acre park situated on the banks of Long Island Sound is a natural playground for residents of all ages. At low tide, soak up the sun on a bench carved out of natural rock. Bring your binoculars and watch the tall ships sail serenely and the dolphins frolic.

Still hungry? Cap off the perfect day with a stop at Watercolor Cafe, Larchmont Tavern, Crush Wine Bar, or BLD Diner. Then head home. Wherever in Larchmont you are, you're never too far to view a dazzling sunset over the glassy-clear waters of the sound.

Living in Larchmont
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When you live in Larchmont, you live within minutes of the most dynamic, diverse city in the world: New York City. But people choose to live in Larchmont to escape the traffic, congestion, and crime of their neighbor to the immediate south. They move here for outstanding quality of life, a quaint downtown, tree-lined parks, and the benefits of living in a close-knit community where neighbors greet one another by name.

You're in Good Company

Some of those neighbors are, or were, high-profile. Larchmont residents include or have included "Flea" (bassist for the Red Hot Chili Peppers), Timothy Geithner (a U.S. Secretary of the Treasury), Ang Lee (the Oscar-winning director), and Doc Severinsen (leader of the "Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson" orchestra.)

Joiner or Loner, You'll Love Larchmont

As a Larchmont newbie, you may wonder how you'll get to know your neighbors (famous or not.) Here's the solution in five words: Join the Larchmont Newcomers Club! As you might expect, this dues-based club hooks up newbies with social-event invites, kids' playgroups, and special-interest groups like book clubs, sports teams, wine clubs, etc.

If you're not a joiner, just plan to show up at community events like the annual "Sprint to Flint" run. Larchmont may not host its own marathon (like its famous neighboring city), but to Larchmont residents, this 1-mile fun run and 5K is even more fun. It culminates in a free concert and pizza party -- an ideal venue for meeting your neighbors.

Food for Thought

For new residents and long-time residents alike, a favorite weekend activity here is heading to the Larchmont Gourmet Deli on Chatsworth Ave. or the Larchmont Farmer's Market (also on Chatsworth Ave.), loading up on picnic supplies, and heading to Manor Park. This amazing 13-acre park situated on the banks of Long Island Sound is a natural playground for residents of all ages. At low tide, soak up the sun on a bench carved out of natural rock. Bring your binoculars and watch the tall ships sail serenely and the dolphins frolic.

Still hungry? Cap off the perfect day with a stop at Watercolor Cafe, Larchmont Tavern, Crush Wine Bar, or BLD Diner. Then head home. Wherever in Larchmont you are, you're never too far to view a dazzling sunset over the glassy-clear waters of the sound.