Though Rye Brook is a young village, it has a rich history and a tight community. Families pick Rye Brook for its convenience, great schools, and small town feel. Life in Rye Brook, known for its excellent, private school-like educational system, revolves around the kids, their activities and the schools.
Thought it may not have the traditional "downtown" of other communities, Rye Brook packs a lot of opportunity into its 3.2 square miles. Between its excellent schools, beautiful parks, and convenient shopping centers, it's easy to see why families choose Rye Brook.
Most of Rye Brook residents attend Blind Brook Public Schools, which is a small, but well regarded school district. A small part of Rye Brook attend Port Chester-Rye Union Free Public Schools, whose rich cultural diversity makes it a desirable school for many families.
While there is not a MetroNorth station in Rye Brook, residents are just minutes away from the Port Chester or White Plains stations. They are also conveniently located right by Westchester's major highways, I-684, I-287, I-95, and the Hutchinson River Parkway. Of course, Westchester County Airport is just down the road. Getting in and around Rye Brook is a breeze!
Rye Brook boasts about 100 acres of park land spread over six main parks. You can play on their many fields, playgrounds, and tennis courts, or even attend the Rye Town Park at Oakland Beach for a day at the Long Island Sound.
Thanks to its convenient location, Rye Brook has long been a choice destination for doing business. Companies such as Xylem, a leading water technology company, and Universal American, a Fortune 500 insurance firm, make Rye Brook their home along side local, small businesses.
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