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48 Apartments for rent in Mount Kisco, NY

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260 West Street
260 West Street
Mount Kisco, NY
1 Bedroom
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2 Bedrooms
$2,450
900 sqft
Last updated September 24 at 04:01 PM
Bright unit in the Gardens at Mt. Kisco. Second floor unit with wood floors, two bedrooms. 20.00 per occupant non refundable at application. Convenient to all. Sponsor unit. Common laundry. Tenant may install ac unit in conjunction with super.
1 Unit Available
90 Gregory Avenue
90 Gregory Avenue
Mount Kisco, NY
Studio
$1,300
550 sqft
Last updated September 24 at 04:01 PM
Centrally located and well maintained building has easy access to transportation, shopping and highways. First floor STUDIO apartment has wood flooring and 2 closets. Light and bright in neighborhood setting.
1 Unit Available
28 Barker Street
28 Barker Street
Mount Kisco, NY
1 Bedroom
$1,900
700 sqft
2 Bedrooms
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Last updated September 24 at 04:01 PM
Extremely convenient location for a one bedroom unit in garden style complex, within a very short distance to town, train and shopping. No Board approval required, sponsor owned. Kitchen has been updated with refurbished cabinets and appliances.
1 Unit Available
68 Washburn Road
68 Washburn Road
Mount Kisco, NY
4 Bedrooms
$3,995
3092 sqft
Last updated August 16 at 06:09 PM
Available JULY 1st - The perfect place to call home, and an outdoor entertainer's paradise! Beautifully maintained and in impeccable condition this 4 bedroom home with just over 3000sf has room to roam.
Results within 5 miles of Mount Kisco
1 Unit Available
31 Hidden Hollow Lane
31 Hidden Hollow Ln
Westchester County, NY
4 Bedrooms
$5,900
2855 sqft
Last updated September 24 at 04:01 PM
Welcome to Hidden Hollow, Westchester's little get away that is close to all. This home is definitely a permanent oasis with water views of the pond right across the street.
1 Unit Available
14 North Street
14 North St
Katonah, NY
1 Bedroom
$2,000
1000 sqft
Last updated September 24 at 04:01 PM
Great location, walk to train and downtown Katonah. Heat and Electricity included in the rent. Second floor unit. Ready for immediate move in. Credit report and proof of income required.
1 Unit Available
32 Parkway
32 Parkway
Katonah, NY
1 Bedroom
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2 Bedrooms
$2,500
1098 sqft
Last updated September 24 at 04:01 PM
Large two bedroom apartment, in town. Wonderful spacious apartment with high 9 ft ceilings. Sitting room, Dining Room, Eat in Kitchen with walk in pantry. Spacious Laundry/mud room with ample storage. 1 parking space and on street parking.
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84 Pheasant Run
84 Pheasant Run
Westchester County, NY
2 Bedrooms
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Last updated September 24 at 05:30 AM
Move right into this spacious and renovated end unit town home in lovely Pheasant Run. Granite counter tops and stainless steel appliances in kitchen. Hardwood flooring in living room and dining area.
1 Unit Available
53 Commodore Road
53 Commodore Road
Westchester County, NY
3 Bedrooms
$6,500
2549 sqft
Last updated September 24 at 04:01 PM
Welcome to sought-after Commodore Road in Chappaqua; A charming private community just minutes from the train for an easy commute to NYC. Available for immediate occupancy.
1 Unit Available
3 Robert Rinaldi
3 Robert Rinaldi Ln
Westchester County, NY
2 Bedrooms
$4,600
2169 sqft
Last updated September 24 at 04:01 PM
This Briar Commons home is set up with multi-generational living in mind to accommodate aging parents and/or adult children and will easily accommodate those working from home or are looking for a flexible footprint.
1 Unit Available
77 Oregon Road
77 Oregon Road
Westchester County, NY
8 Bedrooms
$60,000
10000 sqft
Last updated September 24 at 04:01 PM
While there are many beautiful estates in Westchester, finding one with everything this home offers and only 30 miles from NYC, is truly a rarity. Property is in the process of being furnished and will be ready by 6/15.
1 Unit Available
3 Maiden Lane
3 Maiden Ln
Pleasantville, NY
1 Bedroom
$1,850
625 sqft
Last updated September 24 at 04:01 PM
Beautiful Renovated small one Bedroom Apt. Walk to Pleasantville train, shopping, etc. in this newly renovated one bedroom apt. on quiet cul-de-sac.
1 Unit Available
24 Harris Road
24 Harris Road
Westchester County, NY
2 Bedrooms
$3,600
1600 sqft
Last updated September 24 at 04:01 PM
Rent Includes Utilities, Basic Cable & Maintenance! This fine Historic Country Home was built in Bedford, Hamlet of Katonah, in 1900 by Pierpont Edwards, Barrister from Great Britain.
1 Unit Available
27 South Greeley Ave 1
27 South Greeley Avenue
Chappaqua, NY
2 Bedrooms
$3,300
1200 sqft
Last updated September 24 at 09:42 AM
2BR 2BA Apartment for rent downtown Chappaqua - Property Id: 338402 Newly constructed apartments available for rent in downtown Chappaqua, available July 1-30th 2020.
1 Unit Available
749 Guard Hill Road
749 Guard Hill Road
Bedford, NY
4 Bedrooms
$8,750
5654 sqft
Last updated July 24 at 10:21 PM
Private Guard Hill Farmhouse on beautiful, level property in Bedfords top estate area. Gated entry, tree-lined drive opens to two exceptional acres with stone outbuilding.
Results within 10 miles of Mount Kisco
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3 Units Available
Avalon Somers
49 Clayton
Yorktown Heights, NY
1 Bedroom
$2,870
999 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$3,395
1231 sqft
3 Bedrooms
$3,575
1437 sqft
Last updated September 24 at 12:09 PM
Luxurious community includes state-of-the-art fitness center, outdoor pool and sundeck and BBQ area. Apartments include washers and dryers, walk-in closets, and central A/C and heating. Located in historic Westchester County close to I-84.
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4 Units Available
Avalon Ossining
217 N Highland Ave
Ossining, NY
1 Bedroom
$2,376
851 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$3,345
1388 sqft
3 Bedrooms
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Last updated September 24 at 12:09 PM
Convenient Route 9 location near hospital, dining, schools. New apartments have modern features like fireplace, in-unit laundry, walk-in closets and more. Pet friendly. Amenities include pool, gym, playground, fire pit and game room.
1 Unit Available
402 Columbus Ave.
402 Columbus Avenue
Harrison, NY
3 Bedrooms
$4,100
2000 sqft
Last updated September 24 at 04:02 PM
Custom built two family house, side by side duplex (unit on left is available when looking at house from street), constructed with impeccable taste.
1 Unit Available
3675 Old Yorktown Rd.
3675 Old Yorktown Road
Shrub Oak, NY
3 Bedrooms
$2,650
1650 sqft
Last updated September 24 at 04:02 PM
This conveniently located and well maintained 3 bedroom 1.5 bath townhome is just seconds to Taconic Parkway, 4 mins to Jefferson Valley Mall and all shopping centers are within a 3 mile radius. Available October 1, 2020 for $2650 a month.
1 Unit Available
4 Ravenglass Drive
4 Ravenglass Dr
Stamford, CT
5 Bedrooms
$25,000
10000 sqft
Last updated September 24 at 04:01 PM
Stamford's most exclusive residential community – Windemere on the Lake sits on 74 acres of land with 25 acres given to Stamford's Land Conservation Trust and another 25 acres of open space for Windemere residents to enjoy.
1 Unit Available
41 Birchwood Drive
41 Birchwood Drive
Fairfield County, CT
5 Bedrooms
$22,500
8904 sqft
Last updated September 24 at 04:01 PM
Elegant custom stone Georgian home secluded at end of cul-de-sac off Round Hill Road.
1 Unit Available
70 Union Valley Road
70 Union Valley Road
Mahopac, NY
3 Bedrooms
$3,500
2200 sqft
Last updated September 24 at 04:01 PM
An immaculately maintained home only 16 years young. Only 16 years young and built with precision and quality by a builder for himself on a flat lot with pre excavated grounds for a pool.
1 Unit Available
58 Mahopac Avenue
58 Mahopac Avenue
Westchester County, NY
3 Bedrooms
$3,500
1600 sqft
Last updated September 24 at 04:01 PM
A great find. Large rooms, spacious, well laid out and appointed. Good Location. set back off road.private laundry room.private patio
1 Unit Available
11 Glen Ridge Road
11 Glenridge Road
Mahopac, NY
1 Bedroom
$1,900
700 sqft
Last updated September 24 at 04:01 PM
Welcome to 11 Glenridge Road located on a quiet cul-de-sac, minutes from downtown Mahopac with easy access to shopping, restaurants, and all this charming town has to offer! Just under 900 sqft of living space including your outdoor covered deck
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City GuideMount Kisco
"Disco, disco, disco. I am going to Mount Kisco. I am going to buy Crisco. To bake a cake so I can disco, disco, disco" (Bill Joy, 'How Long Are You Staying').
"Disco, disco, disco. I am going to Mount Kisco. I am going to buy Crisco. To bake a cake so I can disco, disco, disco" (Bill Joy, 'How Long Are You Staying').

How long will you be in town? You certainly need a lot of time to eat sweets, write absurd song lyrics and disco. That's what Mount Kisco brings. Home to 10,877 residents, Mount Kisco is more than just a place that Bill Joy (not the computer scientist) mentioned in a song because it rhymed with disco. The town features beautiful rolling hills, a thriving downtown scene and a train station to get around the region. Within striking distance of New York City, Mount Kisco boasts great golf and food as well. Perhaps that's why more folks are unpacking their bags here. Or perhaps it's just because they want to disco, disco, disco, in Mount Kisco! You see? It rhymes.

Moving to Mount Kisco

Before you can disco, you need a place to sleep. In this Westchester County town, rental apartments and houses don't disappoint when it comes to variety. Lease anything from a studio pad to a large house. Successfully renting a place can be difficult if you don't understand the way the market runs in Mount Kisco. It's not all disco balls and 1980's music. It's finding a home for rent in Mount Kisco.

All Sorts of Housing Types

The only downside is you can't live at Merestead (the Sloane Estate), as it's on the National Register of Historic Places. The great thing is that you have many other kinds of housing options. Detached one-unit houses total 23% of the homes here, while apartments and condos total almost 48%. Among the rest, you have choices among duplexes and townhouses for rent in Mount Kisco. Get a pad at Bedford Plaza Apartments, a house with classical architecture at Captain Merritt's Hill, or a house in a newer subdivision at Mount Kisco Chase. Your selection is almost as varied as the cuisine on Main Street.

The Market Suits Renters

In Mount Kisco, over 45% of the units are occupied by renters. That rate is about equal to New York's average, but keep in mind that nearby New York City drives that rate up. Mount Kisco is actually one of the friendliest markets in the state for renters when you factor out the Big Apple and a few other major cities. During your search for rental houses or apartments, you'll learn that the majority of the available listings are for rent and not for sale. Now, if you are a renter, doesn't that make you want to disco? Or maybe you can just enjoy a beverage at the Village Social Kitchen and Bar.

It's All About Timing

Mount Kisco's vibrant combination of scenery, disco and a bustling town center makes it an exciting spot to settle down, and that has led to a lack of available housing during certain times of year. Actually, disco doesn't exist here in the traditional sense of the word, but there are places to party. Anyway, if you arrive in winter, you won't find many openings, but due to a slow market, you don't have to worry about other renters taking your potential pad; you can probably land something that matches your wishes in 10 days, but note that the cold weather makes moving all your stuff less enjoyable. Spring and summer see the most turnover and present you with the chance to nab an ideal place just as the previous renter leaves; there is a lot of competition, though, so it's advised to allot 15 days to handle everything. Fall may be the most difficult time to find a pad, as most homes are taken and there are a good deal of renters still looking for homes; give yourself roughly 20 days to locate something and be flexible with your choice. Note that it's possible to get a month-to-month or short-term lease in Mount Kisco, which is good news if you don't plan to stay long; you can also lodge at a place short term while you search for your ideal home.

Two Precautions

Over 23% of the homes in Mount Kisco were constructed before 1939. If you rent a place that was built 100 years ago, inspect the plumbing, heating and appliances with the owner to see if anything is wrong. Finding out your toilet overflows every time you use it after you sign the agreement is not fun. The other precaution concerns good old nature. Hurricane Sandy did do some damage to properties in Mount Kisco, but not nearly as much as coastal towns. While this a very rare occurrence, nature is unpredictable and thus purchasing insurance, in addition to being prepared, is not a bad idea. If you are really concerned, make sure the roof, doors and windows are sturdy and can resist high wind. Again, although hurricanes are a rare thing in Westchester County, being safe is better than being sorry later. This is especially true if you rent a house. If you are hunting for studio apartments for rent in new complexes, you won't have to worry as much about this.

Signing the Papers

Before you can chill in your new town and taste the food at Mango Cafe, you have to sign the lease deal, and that requires one month's rent and a deposit. In addition, most landlords want to see proof the place won't be an issue for you financially. Most managed communities want a bit more info, and hence will have you fill out an application that details your residence history; the staff will probably want to perform a credit check, too. One thing you should definitely understand is what utilities you must pay separately each month. Know that with an individual owner you can negotiate a little, but not a ton. Take advantage of that and see if you can reduce costs in any way.

Moving to Mount Kisco
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Before you can disco, you need a place to sleep. In this Westchester County town, rental apartments and houses don't disappoint when it comes to variety. Lease anything from a studio pad to a large house. Successfully renting a place can be difficult if you don't understand the way the market runs in Mount Kisco. It's not all disco balls and 1980's music. It's finding a home for rent in Mount Kisco.

All Sorts of Housing Types

The only downside is you can't live at Merestead (the Sloane Estate), as it's on the National Register of Historic Places. The great thing is that you have many other kinds of housing options. Detached one-unit houses total 23% of the homes here, while apartments and condos total almost 48%. Among the rest, you have choices among duplexes and townhouses for rent in Mount Kisco. Get a pad at Bedford Plaza Apartments, a house with classical architecture at Captain Merritt's Hill, or a house in a newer subdivision at Mount Kisco Chase. Your selection is almost as varied as the cuisine on Main Street.

The Market Suits Renters

In Mount Kisco, over 45% of the units are occupied by renters. That rate is about equal to New York's average, but keep in mind that nearby New York City drives that rate up. Mount Kisco is actually one of the friendliest markets in the state for renters when you factor out the Big Apple and a few other major cities. During your search for rental houses or apartments, you'll learn that the majority of the available listings are for rent and not for sale. Now, if you are a renter, doesn't that make you want to disco? Or maybe you can just enjoy a beverage at the Village Social Kitchen and Bar.

It's All About Timing

Mount Kisco's vibrant combination of scenery, disco and a bustling town center makes it an exciting spot to settle down, and that has led to a lack of available housing during certain times of year. Actually, disco doesn't exist here in the traditional sense of the word, but there are places to party. Anyway, if you arrive in winter, you won't find many openings, but due to a slow market, you don't have to worry about other renters taking your potential pad; you can probably land something that matches your wishes in 10 days, but note that the cold weather makes moving all your stuff less enjoyable. Spring and summer see the most turnover and present you with the chance to nab an ideal place just as the previous renter leaves; there is a lot of competition, though, so it's advised to allot 15 days to handle everything. Fall may be the most difficult time to find a pad, as most homes are taken and there are a good deal of renters still looking for homes; give yourself roughly 20 days to locate something and be flexible with your choice. Note that it's possible to get a month-to-month or short-term lease in Mount Kisco, which is good news if you don't plan to stay long; you can also lodge at a place short term while you search for your ideal home.

Two Precautions

Over 23% of the homes in Mount Kisco were constructed before 1939. If you rent a place that was built 100 years ago, inspect the plumbing, heating and appliances with the owner to see if anything is wrong. Finding out your toilet overflows every time you use it after you sign the agreement is not fun. The other precaution concerns good old nature. Hurricane Sandy did do some damage to properties in Mount Kisco, but not nearly as much as coastal towns. While this a very rare occurrence, nature is unpredictable and thus purchasing insurance, in addition to being prepared, is not a bad idea. If you are really concerned, make sure the roof, doors and windows are sturdy and can resist high wind. Again, although hurricanes are a rare thing in Westchester County, being safe is better than being sorry later. This is especially true if you rent a house. If you are hunting for studio apartments for rent in new complexes, you won't have to worry as much about this.

Signing the Papers

Before you can chill in your new town and taste the food at Mango Cafe, you have to sign the lease deal, and that requires one month's rent and a deposit. In addition, most landlords want to see proof the place won't be an issue for you financially. Most managed communities want a bit more info, and hence will have you fill out an application that details your residence history; the staff will probably want to perform a credit check, too. One thing you should definitely understand is what utilities you must pay separately each month. Know that with an individual owner you can negotiate a little, but not a ton. Take advantage of that and see if you can reduce costs in any way.

Mount Kisco Neighborhoods

In this town-village of 3.1 square miles, where you choose to reside can impact a lot of things, like whether or not you can walk to stores. Living close to the Metro-North Railroad station in Mount Kisco offers convenience if you plan to explore the greater region. If you value exercise, something near Leonard Park is great. Set your priorities first, pick out your neighborhood and then start touring homes. Just know that all the action is located on Bedford Road and Main Street.

Village Center: The statue of Chief Kisco appears relaxed and ready to have a good time. And good times are easy to have in this neighborhood. The Be Unique Boutique, Pour Cafe and Wine Bar and the rail station help make Village Center the spot for shopping, dining and getting in and out of town.

South: Near Bedford Corners, this area offers a good mix of nature and entertainment. Golf at Mount Kisco Country Club, have a meal at Lexington Square Cafe and then run at Leonard Park.

North: Grand Prix New York showcases everything from bowling to go-carts; go and have a ball here at the arcade and then chow down on some food. Other area highlights include the Mount Kisco Shopping Center, a day spa and a few eateries.

Mount Kisco Neighborhoods
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In this town-village of 3.1 square miles, where you choose to reside can impact a lot of things, like whether or not you can walk to stores. Living close to the Metro-North Railroad station in Mount Kisco offers convenience if you plan to explore the greater region. If you value exercise, something near Leonard Park is great. Set your priorities first, pick out your neighborhood and then start touring homes. Just know that all the action is located on Bedford Road and Main Street.

Village Center: The statue of Chief Kisco appears relaxed and ready to have a good time. And good times are easy to have in this neighborhood. The Be Unique Boutique, Pour Cafe and Wine Bar and the rail station help make Village Center the spot for shopping, dining and getting in and out of town.

South: Near Bedford Corners, this area offers a good mix of nature and entertainment. Golf at Mount Kisco Country Club, have a meal at Lexington Square Cafe and then run at Leonard Park.

North: Grand Prix New York showcases everything from bowling to go-carts; go and have a ball here at the arcade and then chow down on some food. Other area highlights include the Mount Kisco Shopping Center, a day spa and a few eateries.

Living the Dream in Mount Kisco

While a car is the most popular mode of transit, a variety of options are available, and most use a mix of walking, driving and biking within town. The train is the best way to get to NYC and play tourist. However, plenty of entertainment is right at home.

Dance the day away if you must disco. Soak up the scenery of the rolling hills if you want peace. Head to the historical Mount Kisco Municipal Complex if you want to see grand architecture. Everywhere you look here, people are grooving to Mount Kisco's groove. Join the community for a snack at Temptation Tea House, a shopping spree in downtown or a round of 18 at Mount Kisco Country Club. Who said all the fun was in the big city? Mount Kisco offers everything you could want within a village-style environment. It's compact yet spread out all at once. At each turn, it's a city, then a town, and then a village before changing back to a city. It's nature and concrete together, living as one. It's that mix that flavors up the scene here. Grab some sushi and a taco and get down with it. After all, you are coming to Mount Kisco to disco.

Living the Dream in Mount Kisco
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While a car is the most popular mode of transit, a variety of options are available, and most use a mix of walking, driving and biking within town. The train is the best way to get to NYC and play tourist. However, plenty of entertainment is right at home.

Dance the day away if you must disco. Soak up the scenery of the rolling hills if you want peace. Head to the historical Mount Kisco Municipal Complex if you want to see grand architecture. Everywhere you look here, people are grooving to Mount Kisco's groove. Join the community for a snack at Temptation Tea House, a shopping spree in downtown or a round of 18 at Mount Kisco Country Club. Who said all the fun was in the big city? Mount Kisco offers everything you could want within a village-style environment. It's compact yet spread out all at once. At each turn, it's a city, then a town, and then a village before changing back to a city. It's nature and concrete together, living as one. It's that mix that flavors up the scene here. Grab some sushi and a taco and get down with it. After all, you are coming to Mount Kisco to disco.

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City GuideMount Kisco
"Disco, disco, disco. I am going to Mount Kisco. I am going to buy Crisco. To bake a cake so I can disco, disco, disco" (Bill Joy, 'How Long Are You Staying').
"Disco, disco, disco. I am going to Mount Kisco. I am going to buy Crisco. To bake a cake so I can disco, disco, disco" (Bill Joy, 'How Long Are You Staying').

How long will you be in town? You certainly need a lot of time to eat sweets, write absurd song lyrics and disco. That's what Mount Kisco brings. Home to 10,877 residents, Mount Kisco is more than just a place that Bill Joy (not the computer scientist) mentioned in a song because it rhymed with disco. The town features beautiful rolling hills, a thriving downtown scene and a train station to get around the region. Within striking distance of New York City, Mount Kisco boasts great golf and food as well. Perhaps that's why more folks are unpacking their bags here. Or perhaps it's just because they want to disco, disco, disco, in Mount Kisco! You see? It rhymes.

Moving to Mount Kisco

Before you can disco, you need a place to sleep. In this Westchester County town, rental apartments and houses don't disappoint when it comes to variety. Lease anything from a studio pad to a large house. Successfully renting a place can be difficult if you don't understand the way the market runs in Mount Kisco. It's not all disco balls and 1980's music. It's finding a home for rent in Mount Kisco.

All Sorts of Housing Types

The only downside is you can't live at Merestead (the Sloane Estate), as it's on the National Register of Historic Places. The great thing is that you have many other kinds of housing options. Detached one-unit houses total 23% of the homes here, while apartments and condos total almost 48%. Among the rest, you have choices among duplexes and townhouses for rent in Mount Kisco. Get a pad at Bedford Plaza Apartments, a house with classical architecture at Captain Merritt's Hill, or a house in a newer subdivision at Mount Kisco Chase. Your selection is almost as varied as the cuisine on Main Street.

The Market Suits Renters

In Mount Kisco, over 45% of the units are occupied by renters. That rate is about equal to New York's average, but keep in mind that nearby New York City drives that rate up. Mount Kisco is actually one of the friendliest markets in the state for renters when you factor out the Big Apple and a few other major cities. During your search for rental houses or apartments, you'll learn that the majority of the available listings are for rent and not for sale. Now, if you are a renter, doesn't that make you want to disco? Or maybe you can just enjoy a beverage at the Village Social Kitchen and Bar.

It's All About Timing

Mount Kisco's vibrant combination of scenery, disco and a bustling town center makes it an exciting spot to settle down, and that has led to a lack of available housing during certain times of year. Actually, disco doesn't exist here in the traditional sense of the word, but there are places to party. Anyway, if you arrive in winter, you won't find many openings, but due to a slow market, you don't have to worry about other renters taking your potential pad; you can probably land something that matches your wishes in 10 days, but note that the cold weather makes moving all your stuff less enjoyable. Spring and summer see the most turnover and present you with the chance to nab an ideal place just as the previous renter leaves; there is a lot of competition, though, so it's advised to allot 15 days to handle everything. Fall may be the most difficult time to find a pad, as most homes are taken and there are a good deal of renters still looking for homes; give yourself roughly 20 days to locate something and be flexible with your choice. Note that it's possible to get a month-to-month or short-term lease in Mount Kisco, which is good news if you don't plan to stay long; you can also lodge at a place short term while you search for your ideal home.

Two Precautions

Over 23% of the homes in Mount Kisco were constructed before 1939. If you rent a place that was built 100 years ago, inspect the plumbing, heating and appliances with the owner to see if anything is wrong. Finding out your toilet overflows every time you use it after you sign the agreement is not fun. The other precaution concerns good old nature. Hurricane Sandy did do some damage to properties in Mount Kisco, but not nearly as much as coastal towns. While this a very rare occurrence, nature is unpredictable and thus purchasing insurance, in addition to being prepared, is not a bad idea. If you are really concerned, make sure the roof, doors and windows are sturdy and can resist high wind. Again, although hurricanes are a rare thing in Westchester County, being safe is better than being sorry later. This is especially true if you rent a house. If you are hunting for studio apartments for rent in new complexes, you won't have to worry as much about this.

Signing the Papers

Before you can chill in your new town and taste the food at Mango Cafe, you have to sign the lease deal, and that requires one month's rent and a deposit. In addition, most landlords want to see proof the place won't be an issue for you financially. Most managed communities want a bit more info, and hence will have you fill out an application that details your residence history; the staff will probably want to perform a credit check, too. One thing you should definitely understand is what utilities you must pay separately each month. Know that with an individual owner you can negotiate a little, but not a ton. Take advantage of that and see if you can reduce costs in any way.

Moving to Mount Kisco
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Before you can disco, you need a place to sleep. In this Westchester County town, rental apartments and houses don't disappoint when it comes to variety. Lease anything from a studio pad to a large house. Successfully renting a place can be difficult if you don't understand the way the market runs in Mount Kisco. It's not all disco balls and 1980's music. It's finding a home for rent in Mount Kisco.

All Sorts of Housing Types

The only downside is you can't live at Merestead (the Sloane Estate), as it's on the National Register of Historic Places. The great thing is that you have many other kinds of housing options. Detached one-unit houses total 23% of the homes here, while apartments and condos total almost 48%. Among the rest, you have choices among duplexes and townhouses for rent in Mount Kisco. Get a pad at Bedford Plaza Apartments, a house with classical architecture at Captain Merritt's Hill, or a house in a newer subdivision at Mount Kisco Chase. Your selection is almost as varied as the cuisine on Main Street.

The Market Suits Renters

In Mount Kisco, over 45% of the units are occupied by renters. That rate is about equal to New York's average, but keep in mind that nearby New York City drives that rate up. Mount Kisco is actually one of the friendliest markets in the state for renters when you factor out the Big Apple and a few other major cities. During your search for rental houses or apartments, you'll learn that the majority of the available listings are for rent and not for sale. Now, if you are a renter, doesn't that make you want to disco? Or maybe you can just enjoy a beverage at the Village Social Kitchen and Bar.

It's All About Timing

Mount Kisco's vibrant combination of scenery, disco and a bustling town center makes it an exciting spot to settle down, and that has led to a lack of available housing during certain times of year. Actually, disco doesn't exist here in the traditional sense of the word, but there are places to party. Anyway, if you arrive in winter, you won't find many openings, but due to a slow market, you don't have to worry about other renters taking your potential pad; you can probably land something that matches your wishes in 10 days, but note that the cold weather makes moving all your stuff less enjoyable. Spring and summer see the most turnover and present you with the chance to nab an ideal place just as the previous renter leaves; there is a lot of competition, though, so it's advised to allot 15 days to handle everything. Fall may be the most difficult time to find a pad, as most homes are taken and there are a good deal of renters still looking for homes; give yourself roughly 20 days to locate something and be flexible with your choice. Note that it's possible to get a month-to-month or short-term lease in Mount Kisco, which is good news if you don't plan to stay long; you can also lodge at a place short term while you search for your ideal home.

Two Precautions

Over 23% of the homes in Mount Kisco were constructed before 1939. If you rent a place that was built 100 years ago, inspect the plumbing, heating and appliances with the owner to see if anything is wrong. Finding out your toilet overflows every time you use it after you sign the agreement is not fun. The other precaution concerns good old nature. Hurricane Sandy did do some damage to properties in Mount Kisco, but not nearly as much as coastal towns. While this a very rare occurrence, nature is unpredictable and thus purchasing insurance, in addition to being prepared, is not a bad idea. If you are really concerned, make sure the roof, doors and windows are sturdy and can resist high wind. Again, although hurricanes are a rare thing in Westchester County, being safe is better than being sorry later. This is especially true if you rent a house. If you are hunting for studio apartments for rent in new complexes, you won't have to worry as much about this.

Signing the Papers

Before you can chill in your new town and taste the food at Mango Cafe, you have to sign the lease deal, and that requires one month's rent and a deposit. In addition, most landlords want to see proof the place won't be an issue for you financially. Most managed communities want a bit more info, and hence will have you fill out an application that details your residence history; the staff will probably want to perform a credit check, too. One thing you should definitely understand is what utilities you must pay separately each month. Know that with an individual owner you can negotiate a little, but not a ton. Take advantage of that and see if you can reduce costs in any way.

Mount Kisco Neighborhoods

In this town-village of 3.1 square miles, where you choose to reside can impact a lot of things, like whether or not you can walk to stores. Living close to the Metro-North Railroad station in Mount Kisco offers convenience if you plan to explore the greater region. If you value exercise, something near Leonard Park is great. Set your priorities first, pick out your neighborhood and then start touring homes. Just know that all the action is located on Bedford Road and Main Street.

Village Center: The statue of Chief Kisco appears relaxed and ready to have a good time. And good times are easy to have in this neighborhood. The Be Unique Boutique, Pour Cafe and Wine Bar and the rail station help make Village Center the spot for shopping, dining and getting in and out of town.

South: Near Bedford Corners, this area offers a good mix of nature and entertainment. Golf at Mount Kisco Country Club, have a meal at Lexington Square Cafe and then run at Leonard Park.

North: Grand Prix New York showcases everything from bowling to go-carts; go and have a ball here at the arcade and then chow down on some food. Other area highlights include the Mount Kisco Shopping Center, a day spa and a few eateries.

Mount Kisco Neighborhoods
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In this town-village of 3.1 square miles, where you choose to reside can impact a lot of things, like whether or not you can walk to stores. Living close to the Metro-North Railroad station in Mount Kisco offers convenience if you plan to explore the greater region. If you value exercise, something near Leonard Park is great. Set your priorities first, pick out your neighborhood and then start touring homes. Just know that all the action is located on Bedford Road and Main Street.

Village Center: The statue of Chief Kisco appears relaxed and ready to have a good time. And good times are easy to have in this neighborhood. The Be Unique Boutique, Pour Cafe and Wine Bar and the rail station help make Village Center the spot for shopping, dining and getting in and out of town.

South: Near Bedford Corners, this area offers a good mix of nature and entertainment. Golf at Mount Kisco Country Club, have a meal at Lexington Square Cafe and then run at Leonard Park.

North: Grand Prix New York showcases everything from bowling to go-carts; go and have a ball here at the arcade and then chow down on some food. Other area highlights include the Mount Kisco Shopping Center, a day spa and a few eateries.

Living the Dream in Mount Kisco

While a car is the most popular mode of transit, a variety of options are available, and most use a mix of walking, driving and biking within town. The train is the best way to get to NYC and play tourist. However, plenty of entertainment is right at home.

Dance the day away if you must disco. Soak up the scenery of the rolling hills if you want peace. Head to the historical Mount Kisco Municipal Complex if you want to see grand architecture. Everywhere you look here, people are grooving to Mount Kisco's groove. Join the community for a snack at Temptation Tea House, a shopping spree in downtown or a round of 18 at Mount Kisco Country Club. Who said all the fun was in the big city? Mount Kisco offers everything you could want within a village-style environment. It's compact yet spread out all at once. At each turn, it's a city, then a town, and then a village before changing back to a city. It's nature and concrete together, living as one. It's that mix that flavors up the scene here. Grab some sushi and a taco and get down with it. After all, you are coming to Mount Kisco to disco.

Living the Dream in Mount Kisco
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While a car is the most popular mode of transit, a variety of options are available, and most use a mix of walking, driving and biking within town. The train is the best way to get to NYC and play tourist. However, plenty of entertainment is right at home.

Dance the day away if you must disco. Soak up the scenery of the rolling hills if you want peace. Head to the historical Mount Kisco Municipal Complex if you want to see grand architecture. Everywhere you look here, people are grooving to Mount Kisco's groove. Join the community for a snack at Temptation Tea House, a shopping spree in downtown or a round of 18 at Mount Kisco Country Club. Who said all the fun was in the big city? Mount Kisco offers everything you could want within a village-style environment. It's compact yet spread out all at once. At each turn, it's a city, then a town, and then a village before changing back to a city. It's nature and concrete together, living as one. It's that mix that flavors up the scene here. Grab some sushi and a taco and get down with it. After all, you are coming to Mount Kisco to disco.