The heart of this northern Westchester town known for grand country estates and horse farms is the 3-square-mile Bedford Village—a plot of land purchased by a group of Puritan men in 1680 from local Native American chiefs. Though the village has since become a respite for well-known (and well-paid) New Yorkers, it still maintains an unmistakable small-town ease.
A pristine and pastoral haven.
Easy, breezy, and all about being in nature.
The equestrian culture.
The delightful community traditions.
60m. by car
Westchester County Airport:
20m. by car
50m. by car
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