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Ranked among the region’s "best places to live," Irvington has it all: a handsome downtown lined with historic buildings, side streets with stately homes, and plenty of parks. Big plus: The views of the Manhattan skyline from the leafy waterfront walk.


One Landmark After Another

Whole swaths of Irvington are on the National Register of Historic Places, so it’s not surprising that this river town is a treat for the eyes. Your first sight is likely to be the Tudor-style Ardsley-on-Hudson Station House, one of the two tiny train stations serving the village. Continue on to Irvington Station for easier access to Main Street, where you’ll find the steeple-topped Irvington Town Hall. As you stroll uphill past one landmark after another, don’t forget to look over your shoulder at the boats navigating the Hudson River. Ranked among the region’s "best places to live," by Westchester Magazine, Irvington has dedicated about a quarter of its land to public parks that are well-used by locals. Be sure to visit Scenic Hudson Park, where you can take in impressive views of the skyline of Manhattan. 

Where to Get Your Bearings

The spot where locals tend to hang out, the Black Cat Café sits about three blocks up Main Street. This storefront eatery is at its best for breakfast, when the almond and chocolate croissants are a must, but lunchtime lures in others for its variety of wraps and other casual fare.

What Locals Recommend

The trails through the 30-acre Halsey Pond Park — part of what a century ago the sprawling 200-acre Beltzhoover Estate — lead to the ruins of what look like a castle keep. This stone-walled “teahouse” has some of the area’s prettiest views of the pond.

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Notable Information
24-mile drive north of Midtown Manhattan. 43-minute train ride via Metro-North from Grand Central at peak.
Most of the town’s main sights are on and around Main Street, a short walk from Irvington Station. You might want a car for exploring farther afield.
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What are the top 3 reasons to consider buying in Irvington?

1. Great for commuters. With both the Irvington and the Ardsley-On-Hudson stations within its borders, Irvington is the only river town with two places to catch Metro-North trains bound for Manhattan. 2. Nice neighborhoods. Looking for Victorians, Tudors, and other architectural standouts? Have a look at enclaves like Matthiessen Park, Barney Park, and Ardsley Park. There are more modern homes in developments like Legend Hollow and Fieldpoint. 3. Plenty of green. About a third of Irvington is public parks, so you never have to go far to commune with nature.

What’s the vibe like in Irvington?

Newcomers are drawn to Irvington for its small-town feel. The relaxed atmosphere definitely keeps long-time residents happy, along with the walkable streets, the pretty parks, and the views of the Hudson from much of the village.

Where can I get the basics in and around Irvington?

In business since 1988, Geordane’s Neighborhood Foods has a fanatical following because of its specialty sandwiches and prepared foods. (We’ll take the roast chicken with mashed potatoes, please!) The shop is on Main Street, so you don’t even have to get in the car to drive to the next closest options in Tarrytown or Dobbs Ferry. Also on Main Street, Irvington Hardware is the kind of small-town place where the staff doesn’t mind giving you advice on your DIY project.

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