Located on the east bank of the Hudson River, at the entrance to the Tappan Zee Bridge, about 25 miles north of New York City, the historic village of Tarrytown offers spectacular Hudson River views, attractive housing, and a variety of diverse businesses. The area offers a high quality of life with convenient commuting to Manhattan, White Plains, and New Jersey.
Tarrytown is a lively major hub of activity in central Westchester County. It features small specialty stores, boutiques, galleries and many gourmet ethnic restaurants that reflect the tastes of a cultured population. Antiques shops on every village street are popular with serious collectors and browsers alike. The Tarrytown Music Hall, Washington Irving’s “Sunnyside” home, and the extravagant “Castle on the Hudson” restaurant and hotel draw many visitors as well. Opulent mansions, Victorian houses and grand historic estates dot the famous Hudson Valley landscape. These homes of the landed gentry, as well as the bountiful Hudson River, are the pride of the Tarrytown citizens!
The area’s numerous parks, hiking trails, nature preserves, lakes, rivers and streams provide sport enthusiasts of all types with a true paradise for year-round outdoor fun! As it has for centuries, the scenic beauty of this area continues to inspire artists, writers, musicians and nature lovers as they enjoy sharing life in a very special community.