Consisting of two hamlets, Millwood and Chappaqua, New Castle is a quintessential small town, full of natural beauty with all the resources of the suburbs. With its MetroNorth station in Chappaqua residents are never too removed from the Big City.
New Castle offers residents so much it's shocking they'd ever want to leave. From fine dining in Chappaqua and the County's best sandwiches in Millwood to award winning schools and a thriving community arts scene, New Castle truly offers residents a world of opportunities.
The majority of New Castle residents attend Chappaqua Central School District, with small portions of the town attending Byram Hills, Bedford Central School District, Yorktown Central School District, and Ossining Union Free School District.
There's always something exciting to do in New Castle. With its charming main street and the new Chappaqua Crossing, which is home to a performing arts center, the town has a commitment to culture and activities. Every year they host a children's book festival attracting renowned authors and bringing the town together.
With several town parks and nature preserves in New Castle, it's no surprise that residents are often found outdoors. From community soccer leagues at Gedney Park to hiking in one of the many public nature areas or even art classes at the town art center, there are many opportunities for New Castle residents to take advantage of their town's facilities.
In downtown Chappaqua you can catch a MetroNorth train that will take you to Grand Central in under an hour. You're also located right along the Taconic State and Saw Mill River Parkways making journeys by car not difficult at all.
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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