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62 apartments for rent near Port Chester, NY

Castle
201 Willett Ave
Studio
$1,940
1 Bed
$2,213
2 Bed
$3,175
The Mariner
21 Willett Ave
1 Bed
$2,403
2 Bed
Ask
245 Madison Avenue
Port Chester
2 Bed
$2,400
67 South Ridge Street
Port Chester
5 Bed
$3,500
78 Grant Street
Port Chester
2 Bed
$2,300
377 Midland Avenue
Rye
1 Bed
$2,800
196 Byram Shore Road
Greenwich
6 Bed
$15,000
Results within 1 miles of Port Chester, NY
189 Purchase Street
Rye
2 Bed
$4,200
29 Division Street West
Greenwich
2 Bed
$2,650
9 Monroe Place
Rye Brook
2 Bed
$2,000
70 Theodore Fremd Ave
Rye
2 Bed
$1,950
14 Byram Shore Road
Greenwich
2 Bed
$3,300
One City Place
1 City Place
Studio
$2,588
1 Bed
$2,661
2 Bed
$3,248
65 Old Mamaroneck Road
White Plains
2 Bed
$2,200
Results within 5 miles of Port Chester, NY
65 Old Mamaroneck Road
White Plains
1 Bed
$1,700
19 Rose Ave
Harrison
3 Bed
$4,100
450 North Barry Avenue
Mamaroneck
2 Bed
$2,400
18 Parsonage Point pl
Rye
6 Bed
$32,000
52 Grove Street
Port Chester
4 Bed
$3,000
45 King St
Port Chester
Studio
$1,550
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City Guide
Port Chester
Moving to Port Chester

How would you like to open your eyes to take in a breathtaking view of the waterfront? Once you’ve had your morning coffee, you can go to for a run in the park. That’s right. With Port Chester, you get city living with a country feel. As for transport, be prepared to take the public transport system. Look on the bright side. You don’t have to wake up at 3 am to avoid traffic jams because you can catch the morning trains by 7 am – an easy walk from anywhere - and be in your midtown office in minutes. As for the entertainment, it is well taken care of by the breathtaking water front activities, unmatched nightlife, and historic sites.

Which house to rent?

Here at Port Chester, there is a variety of housing units ranging from studio apartments, one or two bedroom apartments for rent, club houses, masons and bungalows to choose from. Some of the rental homes feature high beamed ceilings, stainless steel appliances, natural wood flooring, updated fixtures, swimming pools, tennis courts, garages, ceramic tiling, as well as fitness center. Because there is such a wide variety of options from which to choose, know what you want and choose your priorities wisely.

Cost

For a studio apartment, expect to fork out between $1,000 and $1,600 per month.

Preparation

You know the drill, the one that applies to most rentals in most places, but especially in New York. You will need to pay at least a month’s rent and security deposit upfront. Further, people from this region are not that good at trusting tenants, so you will also have to produce a letter of recommendation, a rental application, and your credit report. If you are bringing a pet, be sure to bring a pet resume. (It helps if your pet’s last job was in apartment management.)

Transport

The residents of Port Chester have never heard of cars. Just kidding. But in relation to the size of the city, public transport is quite heavily used in this region. Therefore, consider learning about the subway system’s arrival and departures as well as which bus and trains take your preferred route if you have to work and reside in Port Chester.

Neighborhoods

Purdy's Grove: Are you in demand of a coastal setting? If so, Purdy’s Grove may be to your liking. Here, you get to enjoy the nautical feel with most of the amenities and recreational locations within walking distance. If you’re lucky, maybe you can forego public transport for one day or night. In addition, old Victorian homes are prevalent as well as corner stores that sell pizza. What an odd combination!

King Street: The main form of transport is private vehicles. Perhaps some Port Chesterites have heard of cars after all!

Main street/Putnam Avenue: This densely populated neighborhood houses a number of historic and colonial style housing. A major plus for this area is that it has one of the highest walkability indexes in the US. Most of the residents do prefer to walk to work and the central shopping district. If you’re allergic to walking, you might want to pass right on by Main Street/Putnam Avenue.

Alden Estate: Full of historic areas, antiques, state of the art fitness centers, and beauty shops, Alden Estate provides easy and flexible proximity to other loaded neighborhoods. The neighborhood is so friendly and full of fun. 

Rye Brook (Village in town of Rye): Lovely beaches often washed by the tides from the salty waters are some of the features making this neighborhood attractive.

Lifestyle

The town is quite walkable, with Westchester Avenue serving as the main thoroughfare. Residents prefer public means, with most resorting to the cheap cabs available. This ensures that the environment is well taken care of while traffic jams are minimal. Therefore, get a good pair of shoes for walking and carry with you an umbrella since you can never predict when it is going to rain in this region.  

For those who enjoy serene environments and scenery, the town has a lot to offer. The nearby bays, inlets and the ocean offer a horde of water front activities, all backed up by the tranquil greenery of the main town neighborhoods.