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719 Apartments for rent in Tarrytown, NY

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Halstead Tarrytown
1202 Crescent Drive
Tarrytown, NY
1 Bedroom
$2,112
726 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$2,458
950 sqft
Last updated December 4 at 02:37 AM
Garden style apartments near I-87, Sawmill River Parkway and I-287. Just 14 miles north of Manhattan and a 36-minute train ride to Grand Central. Pet-friendly with parking and in-unit laundry.
1 Unit Available
20 John Street
20 John Street
Tarrytown, NY
1 Bedroom
$2,675
850 sqft
Last updated December 4 at 01:45 AM
Be the first to live in this very large beautifully renovated Apartment in sought out Tarrytown. The apartment boasts all-new high-end stainless steel appliances, hardwood floors, and amazing tile work.
1 Unit Available
27 Neperan Road
27 Neperan Road
Tarrytown, NY
2 Bedrooms
$2,450
900 sqft
Last updated December 4 at 01:44 AM
Beautiful centrally located apartment in a 3 family home. It has a 2nd floor Master; new appliances in kitchen; hardwood floors throughout; and wall to wall in Master with plenty of storage. Walk to train, walk to Main St.
1 Unit Available
82 Sunnyside Avenue
82 Sunnyside Avenue
Tarrytown, NY
2 Bedrooms
$2,400
900 sqft
Last updated December 4 at 01:44 AM
You can be the first tenant to occupy this completely updated, beautiful two bedroom apartment in owner occupied multi-family home.
1 Unit Available
17 Storm Street
17 Storm Street
Tarrytown, NY
2 Bedrooms
$2,750
1100 sqft
Last updated December 4 at 01:44 AM
Bright and spacious 2 bedroom in the heart of the energetic and historic town of Tarrytown! Quick walk to train, bus, shops and restaurants. 38-Minute express train to NYC.
1 Unit Available
82 Carrollwood Drive
82 Carrollwood Drive
Tarrytown, NY
2 Bedrooms
$3,800
1508 sqft
Last updated December 4 at 01:44 AM
Located in one of the prettiest Rivertowns, this spacious renovated 2 bedroom, 2.5 bath townhouse provides a perfect escape from the city. The kitchen features stainless steel appliances, quartz countertops and an abundance of cabinets.
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171 Union Avenue
171 Union Avenue
Tarrytown, NY
3 Bedrooms
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Last updated December 4 at 02:07 AM
Move right into this pristine, storybook three bedroom, two bath Colonial located in "The Crest" area of Tarrytown.
1 Unit Available
24 Kerwin Place
24 Kerwin Place
Tarrytown, NY
3 Bedrooms
$3,875
1126 sqft
Last updated December 4 at 01:44 AM
Three bedroom house rental in sought after "Crest" area. Updated Kitchen and freshly painted rooms. Wood floors as seen. Large back yard with serene wooded views. Large patio for outside enjoyment.
1 Unit Available
116 Grove Street
116 Grove Street
Tarrytown, NY
4 Bedrooms
$4,300
3003 sqft
Last updated December 4 at 01:44 AM
ownerThis rental is in a beautiful converted victorian right in the village. It is a duplex, 4 bedrooms and 2 1/2 baths, with beautiful wood floors, original wood trim, many windows, and a wonderful huge deck with river views.
1 Unit Available
49 Main Street
49 Main St
Tarrytown, NY
1 Bedroom
$1,850
800 sqft
Last updated December 4 at 01:44 AM
Charming 1 Bedroom in classic boutique building on Main Street in Historic Tarrytown recently designated by Forbes Magazine as one of the prettiest towns in the US. Just steps to Tarrytown Music Hall and Vibrant Main Street Restaurants and Shopping.
1 Unit Available
240 S Broadway
240 South Broadway
Tarrytown, NY
1 Bedroom
$2,000
750 sqft
Last updated December 4 at 01:44 AM
Available for occupancy as soon as accepted by mgmt, this spacious, bright one-bedroom corner apartment is on the first floor for easy access.
1 Unit Available
48 Windle Park
48 Windle Park
Tarrytown, NY
1 Bedroom
$1,850
675 sqft
2 Bedrooms
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Last updated December 3 at 11:36 AM
Available 12/15/20 Huge 1 bed. Walk to train. Close to all! - Property Id: 326531 ***1 Month Broker Fee*** Huge 1 bed apt. Freshly painted. Floors waxed. On the 3rd floor of a walk up building in a prime location. Walk to town and train.
1 Unit Available
120 South Broadway
120 South Broadway
Tarrytown, NY
1 Bedroom
$1,900
650 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 11:36 AM
Top Floor 1 Bed 1 Bath - This top floor 1 bedroom 1 bathroom is in a 2 family home within walking distance to shops/restaurants/Metro Norh. Heat/hot water and 1 parking space is included in the rent.
1 Unit Available
177 White Plains road 19W
177 White Plains Road
Tarrytown, NY
2 Bedrooms
$1,995
1200 sqft
3 Bedrooms
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Last updated December 3 at 11:36 AM
2 bedroom in Tarrytown - Property Id: 390369 Due to the Coronavirus Pandemic, we will be now only be accepting appointment requests and applications online.
Results within 1 mile of Tarrytown
1 Unit Available
22 S Eckar Street
22 South Eckar Street
Irvington, NY
2 Bedrooms
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4 Bedrooms
$3,000
1100 sqft
Last updated December 4 at 01:45 AM
Plenty of space for a large family wanting Irvington schools. Very conveniently located 4-bedroom, 2-bath apartment in the heart of the village. Two full baths and a second, separate entrance make this home ideal for an extended family.
1 Unit Available
25 Riverview Road
25 Riverview Road
Irvington, NY
4 Bedrooms
$10,000
3674 sqft
Last updated December 4 at 01:44 AM
Short-term FURNISHED rental available in Irvington. Conveniently located a short distance from Village, parks, trails, restaurants, shops & Irvington train station.
1 Unit Available
1 Wyldwood Drive
1 Wyldwood Drive
Westchester County, NY
3 Bedrooms
$7,000
2859 sqft
Last updated December 4 at 01:44 AM
Fabulous, fully renovated, and furnished, this 3 Bedroom 4 Bath rental in Tarrytown's Wyldwood Community is a rare find! Generous rooms in a beautiful wooded setting and an unmatched leisure lifestyle with pool, fitness center, clubhouse, and free
1 Unit Available
145 New Broadway
145 New Broadway
Sleepy Hollow, NY
3 Bedrooms
$3,900
1155 sqft
Last updated December 4 at 01:44 AM
Pet friendly single family home for rent in sought after Webber Park. Enjoy views of the Hudson River from your kitchen, dining, and bedroom.
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3 Units Available
The Danforth at Dobbs Ferry
100 Danforth
Dobbs Ferry, NY
1 Bedroom
$2,905
882 sqft
2 Bedrooms
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Last updated December 4 at 01:47 AM
Just 25 miles from Manhattan, and near new shopping and entertainment. Many interior upgrades, including floor-to-ceiling windows, chef-inspired kitchens and walk-in closets. On-site fitness center, entertainment lounge and lavish pool.
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16 Units Available
The View on Nob Hill
32 Nob Hill Dr
Elmsford, NY
1 Bedroom
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2 Bedrooms
$2,375
855 sqft
3 Bedrooms
$3,450
1304 sqft
Last updated December 4 at 12:11 AM
Welcome to The View on Nob Hill, a residential community featuring one and two bedroom apartments in Elmsford, NY. Spacious layouts and exceptional service in an ideal location within close proximity to shopping, dining and entertainment options.
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The Apex at 290
290 E Main St
Elmsford, NY
1 Bedroom
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2 Bedrooms
$3,235
1172 sqft
Last updated December 4 at 12:05 AM
Community features a business center, clubhouse, elevator access, and 24-hour fitness center. Apartments have walk-in closets and breakfast bars, and can come fully furnished. Proximity to Metropolis Country Club and Dalewood Shopping Center II.
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6 Units Available
Avalon Green
500 Town Green Dr
Elmsford, NY
1 Bedroom
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2 Bedrooms
$2,265
1137 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 01:05 PM
These brand-new apartments and townhomes offer in-unit laundry, fireplaces and free cable. Community features include pool, trash valet, clubhouse and gym. Only 30 minutes from NYC and steps away from shopping and dining options.
1 Unit Available
411 Warburton Ave
411 Warburton Avenue
Hastings-on-Hudson, NY
1 Bedroom
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2 Bedrooms
$1,900
1000 sqft
Last updated December 4 at 03:18 AM
This 2 bedroom apartment is located within walking distance to the Hastings on Hudson Metro North Train Station. Features a spacious kitchen, a large Living room, in addition, there's generous closet space that this apartment features.
1 Unit Available
115 Southside Ave
115 Southside Avenue
Hastings-on-Hudson, NY
1 Bedroom
$1,500
500 sqft
Last updated December 4 at 03:18 AM
Newly Renovated 1 bedroom with an open floor plan. This unit is located on the 1st floor of a building. Just a few steps away from the Hastings metro north station. COMMUTERS DREAM! Tenant is responsible for all utilities except for water.
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Apartment Rentals in Tarrytown start at $1,850/month.
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While some Tarrytown properties may not allow visitors at this time, most are open for business by phone or email. Please reach out to them directly for virtual touring options. Additionally, some properties may offer video and 3D tours, which can be found on the listing details page.
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You can use the off-campus housing filters to find apartments near colleges located in or around Tarrytown. Some of the colleges and universities in the area include CUNY Lehman College, College of Mount Saint Vincent, Fordham University, CUNY Bronx Community College, and CUNY Hostos Community College.
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You can use the off-campus housing filters to find apartments near colleges located in or around Tarrytown. Some of the colleges and universities in the area include CUNY Lehman College, College of Mount Saint Vincent, Fordham University, CUNY Bronx Community College, and CUNY Hostos Community College.

City Guide

Tarrytown
Washington Irving's headless horseman isn't the only fellow who lost his head here. During the American Revolution, Major Andr̩ conspired with Benedict Arnold around here. It didn't work out well for him: he trusted the wrong soldier, based on the style of coat the man was wearing. That guy was a patriot and Andr̩ was arrested and hanged.
Washington Irving's headless horseman isn't the only fellow who lost his head here. During the American Revolution, Major Andr̩ conspired with Benedict Arnold around here. It didn't work out well for him: he trusted the wrong soldier, based on the style of coat the man was wearing. That guy was a patriot and Andr̩ was arrested and hanged.

Forbes Magazine once called Tarrytown one of the prettiest towns in the U.S., and they're not wrong about this. It's a village 25 miles north of New York City, but nothing like it. Tarrytown has fewer than 12,000 people, with the average population density less than 4000 per mile. Most residents commute to the city or to some office park in Westchester County. Commuting to an office is easy, with Metro North to get into Manhattan in under 40 minutes on the express, highways for getting around Westchester and the Tappan Zee Bridge right there to get you to Rockland County and upstate New York.

Moving to Tarrytown

Planning a move to Tarrytown might seem scary. It's not the headless horseman you need to worry about. It's not crime either, as Tarrytown has an overall low crime rate. It's the scariest thing of all; expensive real estate. Tarrytown's not as costly as some other Westchester towns but real estate here can still make you dig deep. No need to worry, though -- if you search, you're sure to find something that suits your budget.

When you start looking for listings in Tarrytown, you might wonder if there are any rentals in town at all -- web searches tend to bring up lots of apartment complexes in neighboring towns, like White Plains. That's alright if you don't have your heart set on the village, but that's a much more urban area. In Tarrytown, the rental units are often sublets of co-ops, condos, townhouses and houses. It might be easier to work with a real estate agent who has access to listings of all those kinds of properties. Just be aware that you will have to pay the agent a fee on top of any other fees the building you choose charges.

Once you start looking, you will certainly find a range of apartments. There are studio apartments for rent, one-bedroom apartments for rent and two-bedroom apartments for rent in Tarrytown. If you need more than two bedrooms, you probably should look for a house rental instead, as larger apartments aren't very common.

If you move into a professionally managed building, you may have to pay application fees, credit check fees and move-in fees. If you rent from an individual, it will probably be less formal or strict, but you should still be prepared with proof of employment and salary.

The buildings in town are varied and have different looks and feels. There are some very modern townhouse communities, some slightly older garden-style home communities and individual homes of all different styles, including the always popular Victorians.

Moving to Tarrytown
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Planning a move to Tarrytown might seem scary. It's not the headless horseman you need to worry about. It's not crime either, as Tarrytown has an overall low crime rate. It's the scariest thing of all; expensive real estate. Tarrytown's not as costly as some other Westchester towns but real estate here can still make you dig deep. No need to worry, though -- if you search, you're sure to find something that suits your budget.

When you start looking for listings in Tarrytown, you might wonder if there are any rentals in town at all -- web searches tend to bring up lots of apartment complexes in neighboring towns, like White Plains. That's alright if you don't have your heart set on the village, but that's a much more urban area. In Tarrytown, the rental units are often sublets of co-ops, condos, townhouses and houses. It might be easier to work with a real estate agent who has access to listings of all those kinds of properties. Just be aware that you will have to pay the agent a fee on top of any other fees the building you choose charges.

Once you start looking, you will certainly find a range of apartments. There are studio apartments for rent, one-bedroom apartments for rent and two-bedroom apartments for rent in Tarrytown. If you need more than two bedrooms, you probably should look for a house rental instead, as larger apartments aren't very common.

If you move into a professionally managed building, you may have to pay application fees, credit check fees and move-in fees. If you rent from an individual, it will probably be less formal or strict, but you should still be prepared with proof of employment and salary.

The buildings in town are varied and have different looks and feels. There are some very modern townhouse communities, some slightly older garden-style home communities and individual homes of all different styles, including the always popular Victorians.

Neighborhoods of Tarrytown

Tarrytown as a whole does tend to blend into neighboring communities (especially the adjacent village, Sleepy Hollow).

Downtown Tarrytown: If you work in Manhattan and want your commute as short as possible, move to this neighborhood so you can walk to the train. You'll also be able to walk to shops and restaurants, such as Sweet Grass Grill.

Tarrytown Waterfront: It doesn't take a genius to figure out that this is the part of town on the river. Move to this area if you want brilliant sunsets over the Hudson to wind down your day. Of course, there are restaurants here also, including Sunset Cove, which offers gorgeous views. Some new luxury developments have been built here; most are condos, but there may be units available to rent.

Neighborhoods of Tarrytown
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Tarrytown as a whole does tend to blend into neighboring communities (especially the adjacent village, Sleepy Hollow).

Downtown Tarrytown: If you work in Manhattan and want your commute as short as possible, move to this neighborhood so you can walk to the train. You'll also be able to walk to shops and restaurants, such as Sweet Grass Grill.

Tarrytown Waterfront: It doesn't take a genius to figure out that this is the part of town on the river. Move to this area if you want brilliant sunsets over the Hudson to wind down your day. Of course, there are restaurants here also, including Sunset Cove, which offers gorgeous views. Some new luxury developments have been built here; most are condos, but there may be units available to rent.

Living in Tarrytown

One of the advantages of living in Tarrytown is how easy it is to get away. Just take the Tappan Zee Bridge to get to Rockland County and upstate New York. You don't need a car if you want to get away by train to Manhattan or take the Bee-Line Bus somewhere else in Westchester County. One of the great advantages of living here, though is that despite how easy it is to get away, there's not much reason to.

Wandering around the Main Street area is always fun. There aren't chain stores downtown; instead, there are boutiques and antique stores filled with unique items. There are also a couple of art galleries for that culture fix.

If you want to spend your time doing something more active than a sidewalk stroll, go for a walk or bike on the Old Croton Aqueduct, which runs all the way to Yonkers and technically even into Manhattan. You might want to step off the trail to visit the Lyndhurst estate, a railroad baron's mansion. After a visit there, your real estate expenses may not seem so bad in comparison!

The town has lots of fun activities throughout the year, including a farmers' market and waterside concerts. It's no surprise that one of the biggest holidays in town is Halloween, with events for weeks leading up to the holiday night. You might go a little crazy celebrating. Just don't lose your head over it.

Living in Tarrytown
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One of the advantages of living in Tarrytown is how easy it is to get away. Just take the Tappan Zee Bridge to get to Rockland County and upstate New York. You don't need a car if you want to get away by train to Manhattan or take the Bee-Line Bus somewhere else in Westchester County. One of the great advantages of living here, though is that despite how easy it is to get away, there's not much reason to.

Wandering around the Main Street area is always fun. There aren't chain stores downtown; instead, there are boutiques and antique stores filled with unique items. There are also a couple of art galleries for that culture fix.

If you want to spend your time doing something more active than a sidewalk stroll, go for a walk or bike on the Old Croton Aqueduct, which runs all the way to Yonkers and technically even into Manhattan. You might want to step off the trail to visit the Lyndhurst estate, a railroad baron's mansion. After a visit there, your real estate expenses may not seem so bad in comparison!

The town has lots of fun activities throughout the year, including a farmers' market and waterside concerts. It's no surprise that one of the biggest holidays in town is Halloween, with events for weeks leading up to the holiday night. You might go a little crazy celebrating. Just don't lose your head over it.

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Tarrytown
Washington Irving's headless horseman isn't the only fellow who lost his head here. During the American Revolution, Major Andr̩ conspired with Benedict Arnold around here. It didn't work out well for him: he trusted the wrong soldier, based on the style of coat the man was wearing. That guy was a patriot and Andr̩ was arrested and hanged.
Washington Irving's headless horseman isn't the only fellow who lost his head here. During the American Revolution, Major Andr̩ conspired with Benedict Arnold around here. It didn't work out well for him: he trusted the wrong soldier, based on the style of coat the man was wearing. That guy was a patriot and Andr̩ was arrested and hanged.

Forbes Magazine once called Tarrytown one of the prettiest towns in the U.S., and they're not wrong about this. It's a village 25 miles north of New York City, but nothing like it. Tarrytown has fewer than 12,000 people, with the average population density less than 4000 per mile. Most residents commute to the city or to some office park in Westchester County. Commuting to an office is easy, with Metro North to get into Manhattan in under 40 minutes on the express, highways for getting around Westchester and the Tappan Zee Bridge right there to get you to Rockland County and upstate New York.

Moving to Tarrytown

Planning a move to Tarrytown might seem scary. It's not the headless horseman you need to worry about. It's not crime either, as Tarrytown has an overall low crime rate. It's the scariest thing of all; expensive real estate. Tarrytown's not as costly as some other Westchester towns but real estate here can still make you dig deep. No need to worry, though -- if you search, you're sure to find something that suits your budget.

When you start looking for listings in Tarrytown, you might wonder if there are any rentals in town at all -- web searches tend to bring up lots of apartment complexes in neighboring towns, like White Plains. That's alright if you don't have your heart set on the village, but that's a much more urban area. In Tarrytown, the rental units are often sublets of co-ops, condos, townhouses and houses. It might be easier to work with a real estate agent who has access to listings of all those kinds of properties. Just be aware that you will have to pay the agent a fee on top of any other fees the building you choose charges.

Once you start looking, you will certainly find a range of apartments. There are studio apartments for rent, one-bedroom apartments for rent and two-bedroom apartments for rent in Tarrytown. If you need more than two bedrooms, you probably should look for a house rental instead, as larger apartments aren't very common.

If you move into a professionally managed building, you may have to pay application fees, credit check fees and move-in fees. If you rent from an individual, it will probably be less formal or strict, but you should still be prepared with proof of employment and salary.

The buildings in town are varied and have different looks and feels. There are some very modern townhouse communities, some slightly older garden-style home communities and individual homes of all different styles, including the always popular Victorians.

Moving to Tarrytown
+

Planning a move to Tarrytown might seem scary. It's not the headless horseman you need to worry about. It's not crime either, as Tarrytown has an overall low crime rate. It's the scariest thing of all; expensive real estate. Tarrytown's not as costly as some other Westchester towns but real estate here can still make you dig deep. No need to worry, though -- if you search, you're sure to find something that suits your budget.

When you start looking for listings in Tarrytown, you might wonder if there are any rentals in town at all -- web searches tend to bring up lots of apartment complexes in neighboring towns, like White Plains. That's alright if you don't have your heart set on the village, but that's a much more urban area. In Tarrytown, the rental units are often sublets of co-ops, condos, townhouses and houses. It might be easier to work with a real estate agent who has access to listings of all those kinds of properties. Just be aware that you will have to pay the agent a fee on top of any other fees the building you choose charges.

Once you start looking, you will certainly find a range of apartments. There are studio apartments for rent, one-bedroom apartments for rent and two-bedroom apartments for rent in Tarrytown. If you need more than two bedrooms, you probably should look for a house rental instead, as larger apartments aren't very common.

If you move into a professionally managed building, you may have to pay application fees, credit check fees and move-in fees. If you rent from an individual, it will probably be less formal or strict, but you should still be prepared with proof of employment and salary.

The buildings in town are varied and have different looks and feels. There are some very modern townhouse communities, some slightly older garden-style home communities and individual homes of all different styles, including the always popular Victorians.

Neighborhoods of Tarrytown

Tarrytown as a whole does tend to blend into neighboring communities (especially the adjacent village, Sleepy Hollow).

Downtown Tarrytown: If you work in Manhattan and want your commute as short as possible, move to this neighborhood so you can walk to the train. You'll also be able to walk to shops and restaurants, such as Sweet Grass Grill.

Tarrytown Waterfront: It doesn't take a genius to figure out that this is the part of town on the river. Move to this area if you want brilliant sunsets over the Hudson to wind down your day. Of course, there are restaurants here also, including Sunset Cove, which offers gorgeous views. Some new luxury developments have been built here; most are condos, but there may be units available to rent.

Neighborhoods of Tarrytown
+

Tarrytown as a whole does tend to blend into neighboring communities (especially the adjacent village, Sleepy Hollow).

Downtown Tarrytown: If you work in Manhattan and want your commute as short as possible, move to this neighborhood so you can walk to the train. You'll also be able to walk to shops and restaurants, such as Sweet Grass Grill.

Tarrytown Waterfront: It doesn't take a genius to figure out that this is the part of town on the river. Move to this area if you want brilliant sunsets over the Hudson to wind down your day. Of course, there are restaurants here also, including Sunset Cove, which offers gorgeous views. Some new luxury developments have been built here; most are condos, but there may be units available to rent.

Living in Tarrytown

One of the advantages of living in Tarrytown is how easy it is to get away. Just take the Tappan Zee Bridge to get to Rockland County and upstate New York. You don't need a car if you want to get away by train to Manhattan or take the Bee-Line Bus somewhere else in Westchester County. One of the great advantages of living here, though is that despite how easy it is to get away, there's not much reason to.

Wandering around the Main Street area is always fun. There aren't chain stores downtown; instead, there are boutiques and antique stores filled with unique items. There are also a couple of art galleries for that culture fix.

If you want to spend your time doing something more active than a sidewalk stroll, go for a walk or bike on the Old Croton Aqueduct, which runs all the way to Yonkers and technically even into Manhattan. You might want to step off the trail to visit the Lyndhurst estate, a railroad baron's mansion. After a visit there, your real estate expenses may not seem so bad in comparison!

The town has lots of fun activities throughout the year, including a farmers' market and waterside concerts. It's no surprise that one of the biggest holidays in town is Halloween, with events for weeks leading up to the holiday night. You might go a little crazy celebrating. Just don't lose your head over it.

Living in Tarrytown
+

One of the advantages of living in Tarrytown is how easy it is to get away. Just take the Tappan Zee Bridge to get to Rockland County and upstate New York. You don't need a car if you want to get away by train to Manhattan or take the Bee-Line Bus somewhere else in Westchester County. One of the great advantages of living here, though is that despite how easy it is to get away, there's not much reason to.

Wandering around the Main Street area is always fun. There aren't chain stores downtown; instead, there are boutiques and antique stores filled with unique items. There are also a couple of art galleries for that culture fix.

If you want to spend your time doing something more active than a sidewalk stroll, go for a walk or bike on the Old Croton Aqueduct, which runs all the way to Yonkers and technically even into Manhattan. You might want to step off the trail to visit the Lyndhurst estate, a railroad baron's mansion. After a visit there, your real estate expenses may not seem so bad in comparison!

The town has lots of fun activities throughout the year, including a farmers' market and waterside concerts. It's no surprise that one of the biggest holidays in town is Halloween, with events for weeks leading up to the holiday night. You might go a little crazy celebrating. Just don't lose your head over it.