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Starting at $7,300
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17 Jean Street
17 Jean Street
Rye, NY
4 Bedrooms
$7,300
Starting at $14,000
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15 Bird Lane
15 Bird Lane
Rye, NY
4 Bedrooms
$14,000
Starting at $3,850
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122 North Street
122 North Street
Rye, NY
4 Bedrooms
$3,850
Starting at $2,400
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27 Purchase Street
27 Purchase Street
Rye, NY
3 Bedrooms
$2,400
Starting at $1,750
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61 Orchard Avenue
61 Orchard Avenue
Rye, NY
1 Bedroom
$1,750
Starting at $3,375
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12 Palisade Place
12 Palisade Place
Rye, NY
3 Bedrooms
$3,375
Starting at $2,950
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19 Goldwin Street
19 Goldwin Street
Rye, NY
2 Bedrooms
$2,950
Starting at $3,300
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391 Midland Avenue
391 Midland Avenue
Rye, NY
3 Bedrooms
$3,300
Starting at $4,950
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26 Glen Oaks Drive
26 Glen Oaks Drive
Rye, NY
3 Bedrooms
$4,950
Starting at $2,100
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5 Laurel Street
5 Laurel Street
Rye, NY
1 Bedroom
$2,100
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The Mariner
21 Willett Ave
Port Chester, NY
1 Bedroom
$2,544
2 Bedrooms
$2,955
Close to I-287 and I-95. Luxury apartments with stainless steel kitchen appliances, granite counters and a bathtub. Resident amenities include concierge service, parking, a lobby, a gym and a business center.
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The Castle
201 Willett Ave
Port Chester, NY
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$1,908
1 Bedroom
$2,471
2 Bedrooms
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A smoke-free community one hour from Manhattan. Updated apartments including hardwood floors, granite countertops, and walk-in closets. On-site gym, conference room, and bike storage. Pet-friendly. Garages available.
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216 Byram Shore Road
216 Byram Shore Road
Greenwich, CT
7 Bedrooms
$16,000
Starting at $2,700
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104 Post Place
104 Post Place
Harrison, NY
2 Bedrooms
$2,700
Starting at $7,000
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1035 Shore Acres Dr
1035 Shore Acres Drive
Mamaroneck, NY
4 Bedrooms
$7,000
Starting at $10,000
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635 Oakhurst Rd
635 Oakhurst Road
Mamaroneck, NY
4 Bedrooms
$10,000
Starting at $1,950
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604 Tompkins
604 Tompkins
Mamaroneck, NY
1 Bedroom
$1,950
Starting at $2,800
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212 West Street
212 West Street
Mamaroneck, NY
3 Bedrooms
$2,800
Starting at $4,800
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16 Hyatt Avenue
16 Hyatt Avenue
Harrison, NY
3 Bedrooms
$4,800
Starting at $2,800
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60 Oak Street
60 Oak Street
Harrison, NY
3 Bedrooms
$2,800
Starting at $2,650
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86 Prospect Street
86 Prospect Street
Port Chester, NY
3 Bedrooms
$2,650
Starting at $4,550
Updated 9 days ago
116 Wagner Avenue
116 Wagner Avenue
Mamaroneck, NY
4 Bedrooms
$4,550
Starting at $3,400
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448 Ellendale Ave.
448 Ellendale Ave.
Port Chester, NY
5 Bedrooms
$3,400
Starting at $2,988
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16 Nelson Avenue
16 Nelson Avenue
Harrison, NY
3 Bedrooms
$2,988

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City GuideRye

Rye, NY hasn't managed to escape a bit of notoriety from one of its prior residents, namely Major League Baseball's Ralph Branca. In 1951, this Brooklyn Dodgers' "infamous" pitcher served up the winning, come-from-behind, ninth-inning walk-off home run ball to the pinch-hitting Giants' Bobby Thomson. This dramatic event was memorialized by screaming sports journalists as the "Shot Heard 'Round The World," arguably one of the most famous sports related quotes of all time -- and it still stands as one of the most well-known events in the minds of nearby "New Yawkers."

The city of Rye (not the town with the same name) is the oldest community in Westchester County, NY. Incorporated in 1942, it had 15,720 residents as per the U.S. Census Bureau's 2010 report. A deserving candidate for "Ripley's Believe It or Not" is the hard-to-believe bit that Benjamin Franklin, one of America's Founding Fathers and sometimes tagged as the "First American," personally affixed the still standing 24th, 25th and 26th mile markers along the historic and legendary Boston Post Road. That was an almost mind-boggling two and one-half centuries ago. He did this in his role as the first U.S. Postmaster General circa 1770.

Moving to Rye

Relocation to the Rye area is not very complicated. If an airborne arrival tickles your fancy, three NYC-area world-class international airports will get you there within an hour of the time you jump in a taxi or an awaiting friend's vehicle. If by rail, pull the cord and get off at the Rye station on the Metro-North Railroad's New Haven Line that departs from legendary Grand Central Station in the heart of Manhattan. You can connect there from all points of the U.S. via the Amtrak national rail system. If you're contemplating the move with your own set of wheels, do so with nary a worry as Rye is conveniently located with ample gateway access to the U.S. national highway network.

Rye was one of the earliest established New York City (NYC) suburbs. Its nearby slam-dunk short commute to the Big Apple, by car or rail, has justifiably made it into one of the most pricey little burgs in the NYC metropolitan area.

Bear in mind that high-end, luxury-type, up-market cities and towns traditionally offer far fewer apartments for rent than homes to rent - and Rye is no exception to this little-known, rule-of-thumb factoid. Renting in the chic, Gotham commuter-friendly suburb of Rye is not for the weak-of-heart, as homes for rent in Rye with sticker-shock-type prices are going to send shivering palpitations straight to the core of your wallet. To neutralize the situation a bit, engage in "buyer beware" strategy and thoroughly perform the due diligence functions of a savvy person in the throes of such a major relocation move, especially if you're trying to fill the bill on a tight budget.

Crank up those fingers, and head to the nearest online computer device at your disposal. You might even uncover a difficult-to-find apartment-for-rent listing if you're persistent in your search. You're certain to ring your bell with some of the intriguing rental possibilities and solutions presented therein.

At the same time as your advanced arrival dwelling search, begin to accumulate proper personal documentation. Rye area landlords tend to be quite protective of their rental house investments, so be prepared with an acceptable photo ID (a valid driver's license will suffice), workplace and prior landlord references, and a recently paid utilities bill in your name.

In no time at all, you'll be hopping onboard Rye's early-bird Metro-North run for the 24-mile long, 40-minute quick journey into the Grand Central Station terminus. From there, it'll be a mere hop, step and jump jaunt on the fabled NYC subway system to get you up and running at your workplace.

Rye Neighborhoods

As one might expect with its 300-year evolution, a great city like Rye, with its Boston Post Road main drag (a.k.a. U.S. 1) splitting its geographic / demographic presence, managed to establish a few residential zones.

Milton Point: Offering a handful of residential properties before becoming full-blown country space, Milton Point is incredibly picturesque. Apartments and homes are both available here. La Panetiere offers delish French dishes.

Peningo Neck: Most properties in Peningo Neck are one- to two-bedroom homes and condos, although larger properties are available as well.

Oakland Beach: Home to Oakland Beach and Rye Town Park, lovers of the outdoors will feel right at home here.

Living in Rye

If you have a bit of the daredevil in you when it comes to sheer local entertainment excitement, Rye's Playland Amusement Park fits the bill without having to hit the road for those chills and thrills events in faraway places like Orlando. This facility, declared a National Historic Landmark in 1987, will keep you on the edge of your seat whenever shuddering excitement is part of the day's activity agenda. Founded in 1928, its highly unusual wooden roller-coaster, dubbed the "Dragon Coaster," has endured both tragedy and good times for more than three-quarters of a century. Its indoor "Ice Casino" provides year-round, rockin' frozen sporting adventures. Large free summer concerts are often held with A-list musical talent headlining the bill.

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