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Hartsdale is a hamlet within the of Greenburgh, which also encompasses Ardsley, Dobbs Ferry, Elmsford, Hastings-on-Hudson, Irvington, and Tarrytown. With it’s own station on the Harlem line just above Scarsdale, Hartsdale is a commuter’s dream. Apartments and houses surround the train station, so if you’re looking for a walking commute, this is the place to be.


If you’d like to be a one-car family, Hartsdale is a great option due to the amount of housing and shopping close to the train. Because of this, the town attracts younger couples looking to branch out from their cramped NYC lifestyle without giving up the conveniences of urban living.


Southern Westchester County NY


Hartsdale Avenue is the main artery of Hartsdale that runs horizontally across town. On this bustling street you’ll experience the community, comprised of almost 10,000 residents of all ages, shopping, walking, strolling their kids, or going to and from the station. The people are friendly and hardworking.

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Hartsdale NY Commute Times


Schools in Hartsdale NY

For the Kids

Hartsdale has some great chldren’s playgrounds. The structures at Ridge Road Park are great for children of all ages, including children with disabilities. The playground at Presser Park, next to Highview Elementary School, offers shaded play structures and ample parking. The One River School of Art + Design is a great resource for creatives of all ages. It offers classes for kids and even a spot to host a birthday party. As a hamlet of the town of Greenburgh, Hartsdale residents can take advatage of programming throughout the towns of Greenburgh, which includes the Greenburgh Library and the Veteran Park Pool in nearby Ardsley.


Ridge Road Park is one of the greatest parks in all of Westchester County. With 236 acres, it’s the perfect spot for family picnicking. It offers reservable picnic areas with three pavilions, a playground and athletic fields, including the Miracle Field for children and adults with disabilities. Hart’s Brook Park and Preserve has 2.5 miles of trails are open to the public. Secor Woods Park has grills and a covered pavilion as well as ball fields and playground.

Food & Drink

Hartsdale NY & Surrounding Area

Top 10 Restaurants

  • Kyo Sushi

  • 264 Reviews

  • Phone: +19146826688

  • $$  Japanese

  • Fujinoya

  • 170 Reviews

  • Phone: +19144281203

  • $$  Japanese

  • Unico

  • 98 Reviews

  • Phone: +19146073363

  • $$  Modern European

  • Saigonese

  • 247 Reviews

  • Phone: +19142889088

  • $$  Vietnamese

  • RaaSa

  • 248 Reviews

  • Phone: +19143477890

  • $$  Indian

  • Aberdeen

  • 436 Reviews

  • Phone: +19142880188

  • $$  Dim Sum


Hartsdale Avenue, which runs from the Bronx River Parkway west to the border of Dobbs Ferry, is the location of the train station and most of the shopping that’s outside of the main strip on Central Park Avenue. It feels like the perfect New York City block of stores. One one stretch there’s a New York Sports Club, yoga places, a Rite-Aid Pharmacy, and several upscale or casual dining options. There’s so much to do on your walk home from the train. Farther down on Central Avenue you have tons of big-box retail such as Michael’s, T.J. Maxx, Christmas Tree Shops, HMart, Best Buy, Trader Joe’s, Marshalls, CVS, and many more.


In addition to the programs for adutls and children at One River Art + Design, RAD ART is a school focussed on more traditional drawing, painting, and mixed media instruction for all ages. There’s even a graphic design program where children make their own graphic novel and older students can pick up Adobe Photoshop and Illustrator. For performing arts, take in a show at the Westchester Broadway Theatre in nearby Elmsford.




The hamlet of Hartsdale was the location of a Revolutionary War battle fought near the current train station. The Odell House served as headquarters for the french general Rochambeau. After the Revolution, the land was sold to the Hart family, and to this day the intersection of Central Park Avenue and Hartsdale Avenue is known as Hart’s Corners, after Robert Hart, who became the namesake for the town. In 1865, Eleazar Hart deeded land for the construction of a train station into Manhattan. On a hot Memorial Day weekend in 1934, ice cream salesman Tom Carvelas was selling ice cream from his truck when he broke down. With his ice cream melting rapidly, he decided to simply sell it along the side of Central Avenue. Successful at selling his stock at this location, he bought the plot of land where he was stuck, and in 1936 he opened up the world’s first Carvel ice cream store.


Hartsdale is the home of America’s first pet cemetery, started by veterinarian Samuel Johnson in 1896. The Hartsdale Canine Cemetery sits on Central Park Avenue and is the final home to more thank 80,000 pets, including a lion cub who lived at the Plaza in NYC. There is a war dog memorial commemorating the brave pets our nation’s wars. Several famous pets, including a cat belonging to Mariah Carey, have been buried there.