Sitting on the border of New York and Connecticut, Armonk is a hamlet in the town of New Castle in Westchester County. With various companies’ (IBM, Swiss Re, M.E. Sharpe) headquarters located here, Armonk is able to keep property taxes lower than its Westchester neighbors, making it a desirable place for those looking to reduce their monthly costs. The land is hilly and filled with forests and boasts the highest point in Westchester county. There was a great deal of new construction in Armonk in the last few decades, creating a diverse housing stock of condos, town houses, and larger single-family homes, primarily north and west of the Armonk business district.
There is no train station in Armonk, but many commute via neighboring Chappaqua’s train station. The more challenging train commute to New York City helps to keep the town filled with more local workers.
Commute to Grand Central via Metro North
35-40 minutes from North White Plans and White Plains train stations
The Smith Tavern in Armonk is a historical site and landmark of the Revolutionary War and is now the home of the North Castle Historical Society.
What We Love
The array of food and cultural options; hanging out in Armonk Square on Main Street, a development with a mix of specialty shops, restaurants and apartments