New Luxury Homes near Westchester

Aerial view of Westchester

New Homes for sale in the Westchester, New York area

Situated in the beautiful Hudson Valley, Westchester covers an area of 450 square miles, consisting of six cities, 19 towns, and 23 villages. Westchester is known for being centrally located within the New York metropolitan area. The county is positioned within close proximity to New York City, Long Island, Fairfield County, Connecticut, and Bergen County, New Jersey.

Westchester is a tranquil retreat for primary and second homeowners. Among the region's many attractions are world-class recreation, culture, and entertainment; one of the top public-school systems in the country and prestigious private schools; and exceptional real estate. A wide range of home types can be found in the area, including historic country manors, colonials, Victorians, large equestrian estates, and waterfront homes. Discover easy living in the Hudson Valley where Toll Brothers Westchester offers a variety of new construction home options with smart, open-concept floor plans and distinctive finishes.

Tarrytown Lighthouse
Tarrytown Music Hall

Neighborhoods and Communities in the Westchester, New York area

Spanning Long Island Sound to the Hudson River, Westchester's towns and villages are among the most affluent in the nation. One of the most highly sought-after communities in Southern Westchester includes the prized waterfront town of Sleepy Hollow. Residents of Sleepy Hollow are drawn to the village thanks to its beautiful setting on the Hudson and its access to the city.

Northern Westchester offers a host of scenic towns and villages surrounded by a verdant pastoral landscape. Here you'll find Chappaqua, a fabulous, close-knit, accessible hamlet. With schools that are among the best in the region and a downtown area that is walkable and cheerful, this area is highly sought after and for good reason. Commuters can unwind with a glass of wine or enjoy dinner as soon as they step off the Metro-North train.

What to Expect Living in the Westchester, NY Area

When you build a new home in the Westchester area, you'll appreciate the stunning atmosphere of the Hudson Valley, along with a dynamic arts and entertainment scene offering plenty to see and do. Westchester's location on the Hudson River and Long Island Sound makes it the ideal place for relaxation and recreation. Among the parks in the county are Rockefeller State Park and Preserve, Kitchawan Preserve, George's Island Park, Kensico Dam Plaza, Croton Gorge Park, Pocantico Lake, and Cross River Reservoir.

With Metro-North's Grand Central Station rail link, you have an easy commute to New York City. Several airports offer both commercial and private flights in and around White Plains, as well as major international airports such as LaGuardia, JFK, and Newark Liberty International located within a one to two-hour drive. With an exceptional range of luxury home options, Toll Brothers makes it easy to build the new construction home in the epitome of a refined country setting.

Croton Gorge Park
Tarrytown Street

Places and Activities in the Westchester Area

Westchester is home to award-winning restaurants, farmers markets, high-end boutiques, art galleries, and performing arts venues, as well as luxury hotels and spas such as The Ritz Carlton, White Plains, The Castle Hotel, and Tarrytown. A variety of dining options are available from coffee shops to organic cafes, as well as bistros and fine dining establishments such as Blue Hill at Stone Barns in Pocantico Hills, Equus in Tarrytown, La Crémaillére, and La Panetiere in Rye. Among the area's outstanding sporting and recreational amenities are exclusive country clubs, equestrian centers, sports stadiums, and miles of trails. Yacht clubs, including the prestigious Larchmont Yacht Club, as well as aquatic centers and amusement parks including Playland in Rye also serve the area. Several championship courses are available, including the exclusive Westchester Country Club, Brynwood Country Club, Blind Brook, and the Golf Club of Purchase.

Westchester's history is on display at a host of attractions, such as the village of Sleepy Hollow, which was made famous by The Legend of Sleepy Hollow short story by Washington Irvington; the Thomas Paine Cottage and Museum, the home of the father of the American Revolution; the 1838 Lyndhurst mansion, a Gothic Revival-style country house; and the Bedford 1787 Court House and Museum, the county's oldest government building. The appealing mix of outdoor adventure and rich history makes the Westchester area an ideal backdrop for your new home. Whether you favor modern floor plans, inspired outdoor spaces, or luxurious waterfront living, there''s something for everyone when you choose to build a new construction home from Toll Brothers in the Westchester area.

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