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The Village of Bronxville, located just 15 miles north of Manhattan, is part of the town of Eastchester but has a separate school district. One of the main reasons people move to Bronxville is for its proximity to New York with 27 minute express trains to Grand Central.


There is so much more to the village than its enviable location. It’s got a highly rated school system, great shopping, beautiful architecture and sophisticated vibe. There is a comfort factor to Bronxville that makes families want to move there and be a part of a solid community in which kids will grow up knowing their neighbors, shop vendors, local deli.


Westchester County’s Sound Shore


Bronxville is just 1 square mile, but it packs a lot into that mile, making it easy to walk from place to place. Bronxville is known for its Tudor-influenced architecture. The houses, apartment buildings, school and administrative buildings are all historical and beautiful in what can only be described as a charming New England kind of way.

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For the Kids

You’ll always find kids at the candy store Candy Rox or at Value Drugs, which has a huge selection of toys and crafts. Take the younger set to Sagamore Playground, a local favorite with climbing structures, swings, and a large sandbox. Bronxville Ballet caters to budding ballerinas, or sign up for a sports program through the town Rec department. Immerse the kids in music with classes at Shake, Rattle & Roll music, which meets at the Bronxville Women’s Club.


Bronxville is home to public tennis courts as well as paddle courts, and the very trendy SoulCycle. Or head to Pure Barre for pilates. There are also two private clubs in town: the Bronxville Field Club and the Siwanoy Country Club. Sarah Lawrence and Concordia Colleges offer a wide range of programming for both adults and kids, including music classes, tennis, sports and arts programs.

Food & Drink

Bronxville NY & Surrounding Area

Top 10 Restaurants

  • Pondfield Cafe

  • 146 Reviews

  • Phone: +19143375221

  • $$  Breakfast & Brunch

  • Beer Noggin

  • 58 Reviews

  • Phone: +19143377400

  • $$  Beer Bar

  • Coals

  • 200 Reviews

  • Phone: +19143371901

  • $$  Pizza

  • Kaito Sushi

  • 86 Reviews

  • Phone: +19143371296

  • $$  Japanese

  • Wild Ginger

  • 189 Reviews

  • Phone: +19143372178

  • $$  Asian Fusion


Downtown Bronxville is sprinkled with restaurants and eateries, some fast and casual, and some more upscale. Lange’s Deli is an institution. There are excellent cheeses to choose from at Dobbs and Bishop cheese shop, catering from Scarborough Fair, and dessert from Topps Bakery. For a girls day, head to the excellent Continental hair salon, and do some shopping at stores like The Silk Road, Mano e Mano, and Bluemercury. Keep the kids in style at Silverspoon or Adrian East. Womrath Bookshop is a fantastic independent bookstore with a homey feel.


Plays, concerts, and recitals can be seen at the elementary, middle, and high school throughout the year. The Bronxville Women’s Club is a town mainstay, hosting art openings, concerts, architecture tours, a book club, and art classes for all ages.


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Millionaire real-estate and pharmaceutical mogul William Van Duzer Lawrence is credited for settling Bronxville, then known as Underhill’s Crossing. From his name we get Lawrence Hospital and Houlihan Lawrence Real Estate Corporation. John F. Kennedy once lived in Bronxville.


Bronxvile’s school system is one-of-a-kind in Westchester. The elementary, middle school and high school are all located in the same building, which takes away the logistical nightmare of dropoffs and pickups for parents with more than one child. Located in the downtown area, kids as young as sixth grade are allowed off campus during lunch. It’s not a rare sight to see teenagers queued up at the famous Lange’s Delicatessan at lunchtime, looking to get their hands on one of their notorious designer sandwichers.