Welcome to Tuckahoe
Located 25 minutes from Manhattan, this community features a charming downtown and great schools
Considered one of Westchester’s best-kept secrets, this small community is centrally located between Manhattan and White Plains and is less than one square mile in size.
Originally a marble quarry, this diverse town has two excellent school districts and many recently updated parks. Two train stations serve Tuckahoe’s commuters—the Crestwood Station and the Tuckahoe Station—but most businesses and restaurants are within walking distance from every address here.
There’s a bustling Main Street in the charming village square, and residents have become known for their volunteerism and community pride—a lifestyle that echoed in the area’s many boards, committees, neighborhood associations, and special events.
This largely residential village is rich with single-family homes—a mix of Colonials, Capes, and Tudors. There are also several condo and co-op apartment complexes located on Tuckahoe’s tree-lined streets. The area shares a zip code with the nearby Bronxville Village, allowing residents to share the area’s affluence without the abundant price tag and taxes.
What to Love
- Centrally located between Manhattan and White Plains
- Less than one square mile in size
- Two train stations serve this community, but most attractions are walkable
People & Lifestyle
Featuring a population of more than 6,500 residents, this area is a mix of families who have owned homes here for generations and millennials looking for affordable real estate in this otherwise tony region.
Dining, Entertainment & Shopping
Dining options abound in Tuckahoe. Local favorites include Nutmeg
, a bakery and café offering homemade pies, cakes, pastries, and more; Tap House
, serving modern American pub grub alongside a long list of beer and wine; The Burrito Poblano
, a humble, festive Mexican nook featuring classic meals, counter seats, and imported sodas and beer; and Polpettina
, which serves signature meatballs and pizza as well as other locally-sourced fares.
Things to Do
Residents of Tuckahoe gather regularly for annual events. The town organizes an elaborate fireworks display on the Fourth of July, and a Winter Fest is held each December. A well-attended farmers’ market is hosted weekly.
Tuckahoe is home to a number of excellent schools. Top educational opportunities include:
- Tuckahoe Public School
- Chapel School
- Concordia College