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129 apartments for rent near Ossining, NY

Avalon Ossining
217 N Highland Ave
1 Bed
$2,125
2 Bed
$2,455
3 Bed
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87 Mystic Drive
Ossining
2 Bed
$3,500
10 Broad Ave
Ossining
3 Bed
$1,800
Results within 5 miles of Ossining, NY
Talleyrand
1202 Crescent Dr
1 Bed
$1,880
2 Bed
$2,225
799 Brookridge Dr.
Valley Cottage
2 Bed
$1,675
4 Cortland Drive
New City
Studio
$2,900
413 Saw Mill River Road
3 Bed
$3,100
2130 Hunterbrook Road
3 Bed
$4,000
11 River Street
Sleepy Hollow
1 Bed
$3,200
27 Harrison Street
Croton-on-Hudson
4 Bed
$3,825
42 Dell Street
Sleepy Hollow
3 Bed
$3,250
850 Saw Mill River Road
Yorktown Heights
5 Bed
$6,900
143 Broadway
Haverstraw
3 Bed
$1,700
27 Oakwood Drive
Nyack
3 Bed
$2,500
153 SIXTH Avenue
Nyack
1 Bed
$1,350
1210 Albany Post Road
Croton-on-Hudson
5 Bed
$6,500
24 Trailhead Lane
Tarrytown
2 Bed
$4,800
3 LIVINGSTON Place
Nyack
2 Bed
$1,975
92 Main St
Tarrytown
1 Bed
$1,475
220 Washburn Road
2 Bed
$2,495
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City Guide
Ossining
Moving to Town

Perched at the widest spot on the Hudson River, on its most eastern shore, many rental homes in Ossining's village have lovely views of the water. While this is certainly one of the most coveted locations in town, regardless of the neighborhood you choose, you should allow 30 days to find the home you want in this community. It won't be a painful hunt, but it can require a little patience and dedication to find exactly the right spot.

Looking for one-bedroom apartments, two-bedroom apartments or condo rentals in Ossining? You'll find plenty of potential residences in a busy town that includes Ossining Village within its boundaries, once a separate entity. You'll also find a great deal of history here. The downtown area's historic district includes a wide variety of late 19th-century and early-20th century buildings including banks, churches, a village hall and a former post office. The entire district is listed on the National Register of Historic Places, with its entire history intact.

Neighborhoods

Ossining is a pretty small town and has only two distinct sections: in the center of town and outside the center of town.

Village Center: You'll find small- to medium-size apartment complexes and homes in this area, urban by density. A mix of owners and renters reside in buildings mostly constructed between 1970 and 1999, with some older properties built before 1940.

Sparta: Away from the center of town, you'll find some historic residences here built prior to 1939, as well as a solid mix of buildings constructed after 1970, including some high-rise apartments and medium-size apartment complexes and homes on tree-lined streets. History and Harmony

If you're a fan of the advertising industry depicted on television's Mad Men, then you may note that Don Draper, the classic antagonist, housed his family in Ossining on the first three seasons.

Arts and entertainment, such as local theater, movie nights and year-round farmers' markets are a vital part of the community. No current listings for screenings of_ Mad Men_ are included in the town's busy entertainment calendar.