A peaceful seaside suburb just a half-hour northeast of New York City
This village in the town of Mamaroneck was settled by New England Quaker refugees in the 1700s. Gradually, it became a prime summer vacation spot for wealthy Manhattanites, who were charmed by the village’s incredible Long Island Sound views. Now just a short train ride from midtown, Larchmont has evolved into a bedroom community. But many of those grandiose seaside vacation homes still stand as lovingly refurbished residences.
City dwellers have long been lured by this one-square-mile village’s tree-lined streets, well regarded schools, and expansive Long Island Sound views.
A mix of convenience and opulence. South of the Metro-North train station, you’ll find solid restaurants, adorable boutiques, and a local movie theater along Palmer Avenue. Streets further out consist of houses on quarter-acre lots. Past Route 1, the homes get fancier and larger as you near the Long Island Sound.
Family-friendly and incredibly welcoming. Larchmont boasts top-rated elementary schools and a wealth of networking opportunities for families—from music classes to the award-winning children’s programming at the public library to the Larchmont Newcomers’ Club, which organizes playgrounds, book clubs, and other neighborly social gatherings.
The stately century-old yacht clubs. Both beloved by the community, the Larchmont Shore Club (built-in 1906 as the private residence of the railroad heiress Aimee Crocker), and the Larchmont Yacht Club (established by five young boat-obsessed entrepreneurs in 1881) hug the Sound less than a mile from each other.
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