Envisioned by William Lawrence in the late 1800’s, Bronxville is a charming English-style Village with a vibrant downtown of shops and restaurants. Within its one square mile, Bronxville offers an eclectic housing selection, including rentals, co-ops, condos, townhouses and single family homes to accommodate the full life cycle of real estate.
An ideal combination of city meets suburb.
A community-first way of life.
A real ”yellow brick road” through the celebrated residential historic district.
A perfectly planned community with every type of housing.
Public tennis and paddle courts, and weekly Farmers' Market.
Bronxville One square mile of gracious, easy living. Bronxville stands out with its historic and charming downtown, award-winning schools and quick commute to Manhattan.
An ideal combination of city meets suburb. With its close proximity to Manhattan, Bronxville is a communter’s paradise, with an enviably quick 26 minute train ride to Manhattan’s Grand Central Station.
A community-first way of life. As noted historian Paul Goldberger said, “Bronxville’s village-ness emanates from every street,” with its residents actively involved in a host of community events and organizations. including its beloved Memorial Day parade, summer band concerts and street fairs.
A real ”yellow brick road” through the celebrated residential historic district. Bronxville is a celebrated residential area loaded with fascinating village history... And the unexpected bonuses of Bronxville living doesn’t stop there: It boasts two beautiful local college campuses (Sarah Lawrence and Concordia), plus the world-class New York Presbyterian - Lawrence Hospital.
A perfectly planned community with every type of housing. A charming English style village with a downtown of shops and restaurants surrounded by residential apartments and townhouses… Single family homes from the early nineteen century through the 1960’s are nestled among the hills and valleys of the village.
Public tennis and paddle courts, and weekly Farmers' Market. Bronxville may be in the suburbs, but it’s uniquely walkable, with a charming downtown filled with sophisticated cafes, chic boutiques and bustling sidewalk sales. After a neighborly morning tennis match on the local courts, simply stroll over to the farmer’s market to feast on fresh produce and baked goods.