Situated in the eastern part of central Westchester along the Long Island Sound, Rye is one of the most expensive zip codes in the United States. The Rye housing market ranges from mansion estates to homes on tiny plots of land, all of which come with a hefty price tag. Families are drawn to Rye for the schools, green spaces and recreational facilities.

Rye has three main areas: Greenhaven, Center City and Milton. Ry’es coastal neighborhood of Greenhaven, known for its Tudor and colonial style homes, has been ranked as one of the richest neighborhoods in the United States in recent years. You find most of Rye’s restaurants and stores in City Center. Milton Harbor is filled with gorgeous estates and lovely sand beaches.

Commute to Grand Central via Metro North

Approximately 45 minutes

Fun Facts

At one point, Rye was part of Fairfield County, Connecticut. Rye has two National Historic Landmark sites: the Boston Post Road Historic District and Playland Amusement Park.

What We Love

Rye Playland, the beach, the gorgeous homes, downtown shopping, eating at Rye Grill & Bar especially on a warm day when their porch is open, the classic french eatery La Panetiere, and the Rye Golf Club