Chappaqua

With an abundance of historic homes, barns, and buildings that date back to the Revolutionary War, this hamlet still has a quaint New England feel to it. Located just nine miles north of White Plains, Chappaqua—a part of the town of New Castle—is renowned for its quiet neighborhoods and outstanding public school system. A notable individual who used to call Chappaqua his home was Horace Greeley, the widely successful editor of the now defunct daily newspaper the New York Tribune. Just like when Greeley moved here in the midst of the 19th century, Chappaqua is still known for its peacefully picturesque suburbs.

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Crabtree’s Kittle House

Chappaqua

A Summer Place

A bastion of Chappaqua stands proud to this day.

New-Age Kombucha Brews Hitting Local Farmers' Markets

This Lewisboro native is bringing new-age versions of the fermented tea drink to county markets.

The Mama Menu at Susan Lawrence in Chappaqua

Avoid the many pitfalls of eating out on Mother’s Day and take home a meal from the gourmet store’s Mother’s Day menu.

Where to Celebrate Cinco de Mayo in Westchester

Westchester hotspots celebrate the caliente Mexican holiday.

sherry b Takes Manhattan

Chappaqua’s bakery offering artisan versions of classic American sweets is expanding south this summer.

Make Your Wedding Vows, Toast, Or Speech Memorable (In A Good Way)

We spoke with an expert about how you can make your wedding toast shine.

The Irvington Winter Farmer's Market Is Back

Just in time to ward off cabin fever for the epi(cure)ous

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