Yorktown

Westchester County, New York

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Yorktown residents love the wealth of outdoor things to do in the town’s many parks and open spaces.

Yorktown is only 25 miles from White Plains and a 45 minute train ride to Manhattan, but proximity is only one great reason to choose Yorktown. Residents here love the wealth of outdoor things to do in the town’s many parks and open spaces– swimming, hiking, cycling, sports, and circuit training. Students from all five of Yorktown’s hamlets: Crompond, Mohegan Lake, Shrub Oak, Jefferson Valley and Yorktown Heights attend the Yorktown school district.

During the American Revolution, soldiers from the Continental Army’s First Rhode Island Regiment were stationed in Yorktown Heights. The regiment, made up of freed slaves, Native Americans, and colonial officers, was attacked on May 14, 1781 by British soldiers hoping to retake Pines Bridge, a strategic crossing on the Croton River. Today, the town has a monument to the American soldiers who died that day, a museum that traces the local history and customs from Yorktown’s earliest settlers and the restored train depot is a local, state, and federal landmark in town. Major retailers for shopping are a short drive away and the Westchester Ballet Center for Performing Arts and the Yorktown Stage have a variety of cultural offerings for all ages.

Yorktown is only 25 miles from White Plains and a 45 minute train ride to Manhattan, but proximity is only one great reason to choose Yorktown. Residents here love the wealth of outdoor things to do in the town’s many parks and open spaces– swimming, hiking, cycling, sports, and circuit training. Students from all five of Yorktown’s hamlets: Crompond, Mohegan Lake, Shrub Oak, Jefferson Valley and Yorktown Heights attend the Yorktown school district.

During the American Revolution, soldiers from the Continental Army’s First Rhode Island Regiment were stationed in Yorktown Heights. The regiment, made up of freed slaves, Native Americans, and colonial officers, was attacked on May 14, 1781 by British soldiers hoping to retake Pines Bridge, a strategic crossing on the Croton River. Today, the town has a monument to the American soldiers who died that day, a museum that traces the local history and customs from Yorktown’s earliest settlers and the restored train depot is a local, state, and federal landmark in town. Major retailers for shopping are a short drive away and the Westchester Ballet Center for Performing Arts and the Yorktown Stage have a variety of cultural offerings for all ages.

Yorktown is only 25 miles from White Plains and a 45 minute train ride to Manhattan, but proximity is only one great reason to choose Yorktown. Residents here love the wealth of outdoor things to do in the town’s many parks and open spaces– swimming, hiking, cycling, sports, and circuit training. Students from all five of Yorktown’s hamlets: Crompond, Mohegan Lake, Shrub Oak, Jefferson Valley and Yorktown Heights attend the Yorktown school district.

During the American Revolution, soldiers from the Continental Army’s First Rhode Island Regiment were stationed in Yorktown Heights. The regiment, made up of freed slaves, Native Americans, and colonial officers, was attacked on May 14, 1781 by British soldiers hoping to retake Pines Bridge, a strategic crossing on the Croton River. Today, the town has a monument to the American soldiers who died that day, a museum that traces the local history and customs from Yorktown’s earliest settlers and the restored train depot is a local, state, and federal landmark in town. Major retailers for shopping are a short drive away and the Westchester Ballet Center for Performing Arts and the Yorktown Stage have a variety of cultural offerings for all ages.

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3310 S Shelley Street
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3310 S Shelley Street

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887 Taconic Woods Road
Yorktown Heights, NY $539,900

887 Taconic Woods Road

Yorktown Heights, NY

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3241 Crompond Road
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3241 Crompond Road

Yorktown Heights, NY

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630 Birdsall Drive
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630 Birdsall Drive

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1771 Front Street
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1771 Front Street

Yorktown Heights, NY

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1980 Hunterbrook Road
Yorktown Heights, NY $1,850,000

1980 Hunterbrook Road

Yorktown Heights, NY

$1,850,000
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1115 Gambelli Drive
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1115 Gambelli Drive

Yorktown Heights, NY

$1,595,000
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850 Saw Mill River Road
Yorktown Heights, NY $1,590,000

850 Saw Mill River Road

Yorktown Heights, NY

$1,590,000
  • 5 Beds
  • 3/1 Baths
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Yorktown

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April 2021

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