The heart of this northern Westchester town known for grand country estates and horse farms.
The heart of this northern Westchester town known for grand country estates and horse farms is the 3-square-mile Bedford Village—a plot of land purchased by a group of Puritan men in 1680 from local Native American chiefs. Though the village has since become a respite for well-known (and well-paid) New Yorkers, it still maintains an unmistakable small-town ease.
A pristine and pastoral haven.
Easy, breezy, and all about being in nature.
The equestrian culture.
The delightful community traditions.
Grand Central: 60m. by car
Westchester County Airport: 20m. by car
LGA: 50m. by car
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