Welcome to Bronxville Village
Bustling and bucolic, this suburban oasis is located only 15 miles north of Midtown Manhattan
Nestled along the banks of the Bronx River in New York’s southern Westchester County and located only 15 miles north of Midtown Manhattan, Bronxville Village is a suburban oasis filled with endless charm, character, and historical significance.
Once considered a prosperous farming community during the 18th century, this affluent one-square-mile suburb is now full of abundant hills and valleys and home to more than 6,200 “villagers”—plus, it’s an easy 28-minute train ride to Grand Central Station.
There are many stately homes and tree-lined streets here alongside a strong small business culture and community spirit. Among the most prosperous communities in the United States, this hamlet features award-winning architecture reminiscent of the English countryside—lushly landscaped Tudor, Colonial, and Victorian homes surround the Four Corners town square.
Most neighborhoods are within walking distance of the business and commercial districts and the Village's three public schools—all part of the coveted Bronxville School District. The standard of living in Bronxville Village is high, with the median home price averaging around $2.3 million.
What to Love
- Lots of charm, character, and historical significance
- An easy 28-minute ride to Grand Central Station
- Many stately homes and tree-lined streets
People & Lifestyle
Sixteen percent of Bronxville Village’s population is composed of children under the age of 10, which signals growth in the number of families in the area. Regional surveys indicate that more than half of the residents here commute to Manhattan for work.
A bedroom community for the city’s most affluent residents, some notable names have called Bronxville Village home, including JFK and Robert Kennedy.
Dining, Entertainment & Shopping
Dining options—both luxe and casual—abound in Bronxville Village. Local favorites include Rosie’s Bistro Italiano
, a bustling, family-friendly spot serving classic Italian dishes, and Lange’s Bronxville
is a cash-only town staple with generous sandwiches and other deli classics. Pete’s Tavern
is decorated with red-checked tablecloths and has a menu full of beers, burgers, and other pub fares since 1937, and Park Place Bagels
is a locally famous shop that makes 1,700 bagels on weekdays and 2,100 on the weekends.
Bronxville Village is also home to Shoes ‘N’ More
, a retail brand that offers upscale, boutique-style shopping at affordable prices.
Things to Do
Villagers gather each Saturday for the Bronxville Farmers Market, and the town hosts several annual functions—the Halloween parade is one of the most popular.
There are also many public tennis courts scattered throughout the Village’s parks that each has ample space to take in nature’s bounty.
The town gathers weekly to cheer on the Bronxville Broncos at high school sporting events.
Bronxville Village is home to several excellent schools. Top educational opportunities include:
- Bronxville Public School
- Reformed Nursery School
- St. Joseph’s School
- Eliza Frost