Rye-Brook

Rye Brook

The village of Rye Brook is situated 20-plus miles northeast of New York City, located in mid-Westchester County in the town of Rye.

The leafy Village of Rye Brook, a 3.5 square-mile stretch of land in central Westchester County, is situated 20+ miles northeast of New York City. Located in the Town of Rye, near the Long Island Sound, it is tucked between Harrison, Port Chester, Purchase, Greenwich, CT, and several other Westchester communities.

Rye Town’s heritage dates back to 1640 when colonists from Connecticut purchased the land from Native Americans of the Siwanoy Nation. The colonists began to establish themselves here and named it after Rye in Sussex, England, their former home. Eventually, the communities within the Town established themselves as three separate municipalities: Port Chester, Rye Neck and Rye Brook. Rye Brook became Westchester’s newest municipality in 1982 when it became a Village.

Rye Brook’s small-town charm and quality of life is supported by a high level of community involvement in local government, schools, volunteer organizations, youth sports and recreational activities. Several large corporations provide support for the school tax base.

The Rye Ridge Shopping Center on South Ridge Street is the hub of shopping and dining for Rye Brook residents and a community gathering spot, offering restaurants, cafes, fitness centers and upscale shops. The vibrant center includes the gourmet grocery, Balducci’s Food Lovers Market, delicious Italian wood-fired dishes from Fortina, Asian fusion hibachi tables at Buddha and Chipotle Mexican Grill, with the best pizza in town at John’s of Arthur Avenue just a short drive away.

The area has also become the go-to for fitness enthusiasts, offering a selection of boutique style training studios including SoulCycle, RIPPED Fitness, SLT (Strengthen, Lengthen & Tone), Crunch and Bikram Yoga studio. Additionally, GoStride, a new cardio workout studio consisting of a series of runs, hills, intervals, pushes and climbs set to energizing music, is located in town.

Residential real estate in Rye Brook is primarily made up of single-family homes. Additionally, the area is home to the townhouse and condominium communities of BelleFair, Talcott Woods, The Pointe, The Enclave, Doral Greens, Hidden Falls, The Arbors and the newest community of Kingfield. Many of these communities have their own pool, meeting house and fitness center, among other amenities.

Rye Brook residents utilize the Port Chester and Rye stops of the Metro-North railroad. Both stops offer commuting times of around 40 minutes into New York City’s Grand Central Terminal. Port Chester offers parking permits for the main lot and there is 12-hour metered parking all around the train station.

The leafy Village of Rye Brook, a 3.5 square-mile stretch of land in central Westchester County, is situated 20+ miles northeast of New York City. Located in the Town of Rye, near the Long Island Sound, it is tucked between Harrison, Port Chester, Purchase, Greenwich, CT, and several other Westchester communities.

Rye Town’s heritage dates back to 1640 when colonists from Connecticut purchased the land from Native Americans of the Siwanoy Nation. The colonists began to establish themselves here and named it after Rye in Sussex, England, their former home. Eventually, the communities within the Town established themselves as three separate municipalities: Port Chester, Rye Neck and Rye Brook. Rye Brook became Westchester’s newest municipality in 1982 when it became a Village.

Rye Brook’s small-town charm and quality of life is supported by a high level of community involvement in local government, schools, volunteer organizations, youth sports and recreational activities. Several large corporations provide support for the school tax base.

The Rye Ridge Shopping Center on South Ridge Street is the hub of shopping and dining for Rye Brook residents and a community gathering spot, offering restaurants, cafes, fitness centers and upscale shops. The vibrant center includes the gourmet grocery, Balducci’s Food Lovers Market, delicious Italian wood-fired dishes from Fortina, Asian fusion hibachi tables at Buddha and Chipotle Mexican Grill, with the best pizza in town at John’s of Arthur Avenue just a short drive away.

The area has also become the go-to for fitness enthusiasts, offering a selection of boutique style training studios including SoulCycle, RIPPED Fitness, SLT (Strengthen, Lengthen & Tone), Crunch and Bikram Yoga studio. Additionally, GoStride, a new cardio workout studio consisting of a series of runs, hills, intervals, pushes and climbs set to energizing music, is located in town.

Residential real estate in Rye Brook is primarily made up of single-family homes. Additionally, the area is home to the townhouse and condominium communities of BelleFair, Talcott Woods, The Pointe, The Enclave, Doral Greens, Hidden Falls, The Arbors and the newest community of Kingfield. Many of these communities have their own pool, meeting house and fitness center, among other amenities.

Rye Brook residents utilize the Port Chester and Rye stops of the Metro-North railroad. Both stops offer commuting times of around 40 minutes into New York City’s Grand Central Terminal. Port Chester offers parking permits for the main lot and there is 12-hour metered parking all around the train station.

The leafy Village of Rye Brook, a 3.5 square-mile stretch of land in central Westchester County, is situated 20+ miles northeast of New York City. Located in the Town of Rye, near the Long Island Sound, it is tucked between Harrison, Port Chester, Purchase, Greenwich, CT, and several other Westchester communities.

Rye Town’s heritage dates back to 1640 when colonists from Connecticut purchased the land from Native Americans of the Siwanoy Nation. The colonists began to establish themselves here and named it after Rye in Sussex, England, their former home. Eventually, the communities within the Town established themselves as three separate municipalities: Port Chester, Rye Neck and Rye Brook. Rye Brook became Westchester’s newest municipality in 1982 when it became a Village.

Rye Brook’s small-town charm and quality of life is supported by a high level of community involvement in local government, schools, volunteer organizations, youth sports and recreational activities. Several large corporations provide support for the school tax base.

The Rye Ridge Shopping Center on South Ridge Street is the hub of shopping and dining for Rye Brook residents and a community gathering spot, offering restaurants, cafes, fitness centers and upscale shops. The vibrant center includes the gourmet grocery, Balducci’s Food Lovers Market, delicious Italian wood-fired dishes from Fortina, Asian fusion hibachi tables at Buddha and Chipotle Mexican Grill, with the best pizza in town at John’s of Arthur Avenue just a short drive away.

The area has also become the go-to for fitness enthusiasts, offering a selection of boutique style training studios including SoulCycle, RIPPED Fitness, SLT (Strengthen, Lengthen & Tone), Crunch and Bikram Yoga studio. Additionally, GoStride, a new cardio workout studio consisting of a series of runs, hills, intervals, pushes and climbs set to energizing music, is located in town.

Residential real estate in Rye Brook is primarily made up of single-family homes. Additionally, the area is home to the townhouse and condominium communities of BelleFair, Talcott Woods, The Pointe, The Enclave, Doral Greens, Hidden Falls, The Arbors and the newest community of Kingfield. Many of these communities have their own pool, meeting house and fitness center, among other amenities.

Rye Brook residents utilize the Port Chester and Rye stops of the Metro-North railroad. Both stops offer commuting times of around 40 minutes into New York City’s Grand Central Terminal. Port Chester offers parking permits for the main lot and there is 12-hour metered parking all around the train station.

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Residents of Westchester County benefit not only from its lovely suburban atmosphere, beautiful scenery and fine community amenities, but also its incredible proximity to New York City. For those interested in a fast commute to midtown Manhattan by car or by Metro-North train, here you can discover the many real estate offerings now for sale.

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With its beautiful Long Island Sound beaches, peaceful harbor views and easy access to fantastic recreational opportunities for the water sports enthusiast, Westchester County is a haven for those seeking the waterfront lifestyle. We invite you to explore the many direct Sound-front properties now available for sale in Westchester County.

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Units Sold

September 2020

19 TOTAL UNITS

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Median Sales Price

September 2020 - Single Family Homes

$954K
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Percentage of Asking Price

September 2020 Single Family Homes

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