Ranked as one of the “Top 100 Best Places to Live” in the U.S. by Money Magazine in 2007, Eastchester—an infusion of the two villages of Bronxville and Tuckahoe—is situated just 20 miles north of New York City and boasts the modern sophistication of a city while still keeping a small format. With everything from award-winning schools and quiet neighborhoods to extensive shopping malls and paved sidewalks, Eastchester offers its residents a comfortable blend between the excitement of a city and the relaxation of the countryside. With convenient proximity to Metro-North connections at Scarsdale, Crestwood, Tuckahoe and Bronxville train stations, as well as to the Hutchinson River and Bronx River Parkways, Eastchester is always highly accessible.

Further, the town is spotted with a wide variety of housing options, featuring anything from colonials to contemporaries as well as splits, condos and townhouses. 

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Knock Out Some Summer Reading With This New Collection of Graphic Novels at B&N Eastchester

The section of over 250 titles will put thrilling, age-appropriate adventures in your children’s hands just in time for summer reading.

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Ease your insomnia with these late-night snack recipes.

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The humble fried spud gets way more interesting.

Trump’s Assistant Secretary of Public Affairs Talks Westchester Origins

Eastchester native Tony Sayegh makes no bones about where he comes from.

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