Considering a move to The Big Apple, but don't want to deal with the bustling city life of Manhattan? Westchester County is the perfect option for families who love the charming small town vibe but also want to maintain close proximity to the city. You'll find beautiful homes and calm, easy living across a number of our historic communities. If you do decide you'd like to get out and experience all excitement of city life, Manhattan is just a 30-minute train ride away.
There are many reasons why Westchester County is considered one of the best places to live in America. Since Our REALTORS® are always telling clients about all the great things Westchester County has to offer, we thought we'd share a few with you:
Take a step back in time, and learn all about the rich history of Westchester County through our area's many historical sites. Learning about an area's history can give you a deeper understanding and greater appreciation for its culture.
We're all about great dining experiences in Westchester County, and our huge selection of amazing restaurants has given rise to a great local food scene. We're home to many of the region's top fine dining establishments.
Enjoying a meal at an upscale restaurant is often a great way to celebrate life's biggest events. Whether it's a romantic first date, a wedding shower, or a family celebration, dining at a nice restaurant can make the event even more special. If you're looking for some of the highest quality cuisine, an elegant or classy atmosphere, and excellent service, here are some great local dining recommendations from our REALTORS®.
They call poetry the language of the soul, and for a good reason. It's one of the most beautiful art forms in existence. Poetry creates a strong connection between words and human emotion and helps us understand complex topics as well as the intricacies of the English language.
April is National Poetry Month, and Our REALTORS® are using this opportunity to discover new poets and appreciate the old, all while exploring some of Westchester County's wonderful bookstores. Thanks to our area's rich culture, we're home to some of the country's best independent bookstores. Here is a quick list of shops you can visit this April:
Our REALTORS® are already busy making breakfast plans for March 25th in celebration of Waffle Day. Whether you're in need of a filling meal or looking for a sweet treat, waffles can fit either need! Waffles are so versatile; you can make them any way you like. We love them with a slightly crispy exterior, warm fluffy interior, and topped with delicious syrup and butter.
If you're looking for a good way to cope with the winter chill this year, might we suggest a warm bowl of soup? January is National Soup Month, so now is the time to head out and enjoy a delicious bowl of soup at your favorite Westchester Restaurant. Soup is so versatile — whether it's French Onion, Chicken Noodle, or Broccoli & Cheese, our REALTORS® have so many favorites that they could easily eat soup every night of the week. Here are some of our top recommendations for soup destinations in Westchester County:
Known for their versatility and deliciousness, sandwiches are the quintessential American meal. Whether you like them hot or cold, everybody has their own unique favorite combination of bread, meat, cheese, and veggies.
Did you know National Sandwich Day is November 3? Talk about a great opportunity to head out and grab your favorite signature sandwich, sub, or wrap. New York is famous for its deli-style sandwiches, so our REALTORS® thought this would be the perfect opportunity to share a list of our favorite sandwich destinations around Westchester County.
With beautiful fall foliage and crisp autumn weather setting the scene for your fun fall activities, there is no better place to enjoy the season than Westchester County. People from all over the world travel to our area to truly get the best autumn experience. Our local communities host so many fall events, so our REALTORS® have been busy planning weekend activities throughout October and November. These five destinations made the top of this year's list:
Not all learning takes place in the classroom. In fact, spending the day at your favorite art, history, or science museum is one of the best ways to broaden your knowledge. Museums have a huge impact on the cultural and educational development in every community. Luckily, many of Westchester County's wonderful neighborhoods have some fascinating museums. If you're looking to immerse yourself in a day-long educational journey, our REALTORS® recommend a visit to one of these fantastic West Chester County museums: