Town of Lewisboro, inclusive of Vista, South Salem, Goldens Bridge, Cross River, and Waccabuc
The town of Lewisboro, in the northeast sector of Westchester County, is primarily residential and boasts low population density within its 28 square miles. Within its borders are five hamlets: South Salem, Goldens Bridge, Cross River, Waccabuc and Vista.
Each of these areas possess their own distinct character, and local shopping is available nearby, with more extensive retail options found in nearby Katonah, Mt. Kisco or Fairfield County, CT. Yellow Monkey Village in Cross River is a destination spot for antiques enthusiasts who come to shop at the specialty stores housed in its 18th- and 19th-century buildings.
With six major lake communities--Waccabuc, Kitchawan, Truesdale, Katonah, Oscaleta and Rippowam—and an abundance of parks, woodlands and reservoir property, opportunities for leisure activities abound, including boating, hiking, and fishing. The Ward Pound Ridge Reservation and Trailside Nature Museum lie partly in the town of Lewisboro and partly in Pound Ridge.
Lewisboro housing is a pleasing mix of newly constructed homes, established neighborhoods, and gracious authentic and antique colonial homes. Residents can find country fairs, arts & crafts shows and farmer’s markets nearby. The Town Park offers tennis courts, a pool, fields and a picnic pavilion.
Commuters to New York City can catch Metro North trains from the Goldens Bridge station on the Harlem line, or one of the nearby stations in Connecticut. The main thoroughfares of I-684, Routes 22, 35 and 123 facilitate car travel around the county and into Connecticut as well.