Bronxville is part of the Town of Eastchester but with a personality all its own. Known for Victorian style homes and exquisite Tudor mansions designed by architect Lewis Bowman, along side of elegant Tudor-style homes, townhomes, and apartment houses, Bronxvile is atractive to those moving into the area to raise a family. Many of Bronxville’s residential homes were buit with lots of stucco and fieldstone, you will see them range from downtown shopping district to suburbs, Bronxville community has maintained classic form, both in living style and architecture. Although Bronxville saw changes, one example is conversion of rental apartments to cooperatives and condominiums in 1970’s, it still looks much the same. Many of Bronxville's restaurants are located around the train station. The commute to Grand Central station in Midtown NYC is about 28 mins.
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- New Rochelle
- Belmont, Bronx
- City Island
- Dobbs Ferry
- Inwood, NY
- Morris Park, Bronxdale, Bronx
- Mount Vernon 10552, 10553
- Pelham Bay, Bronx
- Pelham, Pelham Manor
- Port Chester
- Rye Brook
- Village of Ossining
- Yonkers 10703, 10704, 10705, 10708, 10710
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