Elmsford

Lacking a scenic Main Street, Elmsford—situated in between White Plains and Tarrytown—has become a hub for a surplus of local businesses and is thus flooded with a large congregation of office parks. The village has immediate thoroughfare to the I-287, the Saw Mill River Parkway, the Sprain Brook Parkway, Saw Mill River Road, and Route 119 but neither office parks nor parkways have left this unpretentious village desolate in any way. With only about 5,000 residents, Elmsford still hosts a variety of restaurants, discount stores, and entertainment destinations including Pete’s Saloon, Sportime USA, the Westchester Skating Academy, and the Westchester Broadway Theatre (featuring productions of well-known shows such as the Wizard of Oz).

With a very diverse demographic, Elmsford sports an equally as diverse selection of housing options, ranging from affordable split-levels to newly refurbished colonials. 

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