10 Incredible Enclaves in Westchester

Quirky, historic, or just plain wonderful, these tight communities are worlds all their own.

Hamlet of Valhalla
With its affordable homes, central location, and walk-to Metro-North station, it’s great for commuters and first-time homebuyers.

Gedney Farms, White Plains
This historic residential park  has 345 pre-war homes—mostly Tudors and Colonials—and quiet streets.

Sparta Historic District, Ossining
A charming 18th-century settlement in the Town of Ossining.

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Edgemont
Nicknamed “Scarsdale lite.”

Pocantico Hills
This pastoral, culture-rich hamlet sits amid Rockefeller-owned land.

Fort Hill Historic District, Peekskill
Breathtakingly colorful Victorians anchor a 47-acre bluff where a Colonial militia battled British troops.

BelleFair, Rye Brook
Originally a custom-home development built in the New Urbanism concept of self-contained community.

Usonia, Pleasantville
Called one of “America’s Prettiest Neighborhoods” by Forbes.

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Captain Merritt’s Hill, Mount Kisco
This neighborhood off Route 133 as you enter the village has about 100 homes, most of them large Victorian and Colonial manses.

Mohegan Colony, Crompond
A four-season community, the Colony hosts a popular storytelling and music festival every summer.

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