Just a 35 minute train ride from Grand Central and you'll find yourself in a charming, small, seaside village with a vibrant and walkable downtown. Larchmont has a strong community and waterfront living.
Larchmont boasts great schools, a charming downtown, and of course the seaside lifestyle. Whether you're looking for great restaurants or to go stand up paddle boarding, you can find it all in Larchmont.
Larchmont residents attend Mamaroneck Union Free School District, which are highly rated. Children attend Chatsworth Avenue School until the fifth grade and then attend Hommocks Middle School and Mamaroneck High School in the Village of Mamaroneck.
With the Long Island Sound as your front yard, Larchmont offers plenty outdoor fun. From boating in the Sound and spending days at the beach to walking in nature preserves and playing ice hockey at Hommocks Park, Larchmont offers many recreational activities.
Larchmont has an active downtown with many locally owned business. You can fill your weekends with concerts in the park, community events like the Tour de Larchmont, or stopping by the Farmer's Market.
Larchmont's downtown area is home to many locally owned restaurants. Whether you're in the mood for French, Mexican, or Italian food, Larchmont is sure to have a restaurant to suit your palate.
450 square miles and 45 cities, towns and villages.
Relax at beaches, hike and bike trails, and enjoy other activities across 18,000 acres of parkland.
Get to Grand Central Station in as little as 30 minutes.
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