Pleasantville matches its name. It has a charming, walkable downtown area full of culture, and strong community. You'll find children walking to school and families joining together in this not-so-quintessential small town.
Pleasantville packs a lot of punch for a small village. Between its delightful collection of locally owned shops and restaurants, the Jacob Burns Film Center, and their community events, there's a world of opportunity in this pleasant place to call home.
With the Jacob Burns Film Center anchoring its downtown, Pleasantville has become a cultural and artistic hub in Westchester. Home to the Gordon Parks Foundation and the Pleasantville Music Festival each summer, you'll find that Pleasantville is a destination for fine arts and community experiences.
Pleasantville is served by the Pleasantville Union Free School District. This highly rated school district is a small and tight knit. No busing is offered so families are able to walk to school. Pleasantville is also home to Pace University.
Pleasantville has a veritable restaurant row! You'll find all types of cuisine in this small town. With many locally owned restaurants and coffee shops and one of the biggest Farmers Markets in the area, Pleasantville is a destination for Westchester foodies.
From an Iroquois settlement to being home to several safe houses on the Underground Railroad Pleasantville has a storied past. The arrival of the train transitioned the town into a modern suburb, and brought many artists to the area. Today, you'll find many historical homes in this modern village.
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