Bronxville

Bronxville is an upscale village in the town of Eastchester. Located 15 miles north of midtown, its proximity to the city makes it an ideal spot for commuters. With a quaint downtown area full of restaurants and shops and a population of more than 6,000, there's a lot of charm to the community.  With restaurants like Kraft Bistro, perfect for date night, and family-friendly Il Bacio, the village offers an excellent array of dining options. Bronxville’s public school is consistently a top-ranked public school in the nation.  The village’s scenic foliage and parks make it a beautiful place to live anytime of year.  It was once home to Robert, John, and Ted Kennedy.

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