If Tuckahoe is not on your radar yet, it is time to make a visit! Tuckahoe is located in lower, central Westchester County. The walking village is centrally located between Manhattan and White Plains and serves commuters with two train stations on Metro North’s Harlem line: Tuckahoe and Crestwood. The population is just under 7,000.
There are two distinct shopping areas around the two train stations that offer local services and a very wide variety of dining options. The rush hour trips to and from Grand Central are an average of 35 minutes. The Village offers a distinct relief from the hustle and bustle of City life. Median prices in Tuckahoe for 2018 were:
Single family homes: $595,000
Residents (and visitors) have numerous activities and events they can enjoy year-round such as the Tuckahoe Farmers Market every Sunday in Depot Square during the season, a full calendar of events at both the Tuckahoe Library and the Tuckahoe Community Center. On the second Sunday of September there is the Tuckahoe Challenge Road Race which is a 5K run to raise funds for the Tuckahoe Library and the Tuckahoe Beautification Committee.
Since Tuckahoe is a Village in the Town of Eastchester, residents can make use of the Eastchester recreation facility called Lake Isle Country Club which has an 18 hole golf course, 5 swimming pools and tennis courts as well as dining facilities.
There is a huge sense of community which can be felt throughout the village. Due to the quaint size of Tuckahoe, residents are able to enjoy walking to most of the businesses and excellent restaurant options such as The Quarry, Spice Village, Mamma Assunta, Stephens Green, The Tap House, Martine’s Fine Bake Shop and the latest addition Rio Bravo, just to name a few.
Tuckahoe’s award-winning Main Street Streetscape and Development has created a safe and inviting stroll to Depot Square. You can see the growth of this town from a 1800s Marble Quarry Town to a vibrant 21st century community. Feel free to visit the Tuckahoe website to view wonderful photos charting some the history of Tuckahoe, www.tuckahoe.com.
Growth is definitely on the horizon for Tuckahoe, so now is the time to ask if this is the right location for you?
Contact the Houlihan & O’Malley team to learn more about this lovely village.