Tarrytown is a village in Westchester, located on the Hudson River. Sleepy Hollow lies to the north of Tarrytown, Irvington to the south and unincorporated parts of Greenburgh to the east. The Central Village neighborhood was named one of the hottest places to live in Westchester by Westchester Magazine October 2017. Tarrytown provides easy access to New York City via its Metro North stop as well as to Rockland County via the Tappan Zee Bridge which crosses the Hudson River at Tarrytown. Homes close to the train station are very popular with people who commute to New York City for work. Main Street is the village’s commercial heart and features low-rise buildings with restaurants and shops at street level with apartments above.

Commute to Grand Central via Metro North

40-50 minutes

Fun Facts

Tarrytown Music Hall is one of the oldest surviving theaters in Westchester County and dates back to 1885. Tarrytown is rich in Revolutionary War history and culture.

What We Love

Seasonal events at historic homes, including Lyndhurst, a Gothic Revival mansion formerly owned by Jay Gould,and Sunnyside, the former home of the writer Washington Irving; running and biking at the Old Croton Aqueduct; the many restaurants on Main Street, like Sweet Grass Grill (local ingredients in a casual, rustic setting), RiverMarket Bar and Kitchen, Pik Nic BBQ, and especially the homemade ice cream from Main Street Sweets; Scenic Hudson RiverWalk Park; 4th of July fireworks at Pierson Park