Rye Brook

Rye Brook

Rye Brook is a village in southeastern Westchester within the town of Rye, sharing its border with Port Chester, Harrison and Greenwich, Connecticut. It has eight parks, totaling about 100 acres of land, with little league fields, tennis courts, basketball courts, playgrounds, walking trails, soccer/football/lacrosse/field hockey/softball fields, and open grass fields. Rye Brook residents can use the Rye Town Park Bathing Complex and Oakland Beach through the town of Rye. Rye Brook does not have its own train station, so residents looking to take public transportation to New York City typically use the Port Chester or Rye train stations.

Residents see Rye Brook as a tight-knit, low-profile and intimate community with a more affordable housing stock than its neighboring towns. Homes closer to Port Chester in the southern part of the village are smaller, wood-framed and less expensive. Condo complexes, apartment buildings, and multi-family homes are few and far between.

The Rye Ridge Shopping Center boasts some fabulous fitness studios and food options, including SLT and Soul Cycle, Balducci’s market, Dig Inn, Chop’t and Chipotle.

Commute to Grand Central via Metro North

40-45 minutes from the Port Chester station

Fun Facts

Rye Brook is home to the William E. Ward House, or Ward’s Castle, a National Register of Historic Places, which was previously used as the National Cartoon Museum. Rye Brook is Westchester’s newest municipality, incorporated in 1982. It was the last remaining unincorporated area in Rye.

What We Love

Proximity to the many delicious restaurants of Port Chester, close drive to the Port Chester Whole Foods, the intimate community vibe, the Rye Ridge Shopping Center