Hartsdale, NY


With its hilly, wooded neighborhoods filled with large lots and picture-perfect houses mingling with high-rise apartment buildings and a downtown filled with locally-owned shops and restaurants, the small hamlet of Hartsdale is a hybrid of country and city -- this NYC suburb is located just northeast of Yonkers in the town of Greenburgh. This Westchester County hideaway is ideal for those who want to be near Manhattan but without the much-larger price tag. Like most New York City neighborhoods, Hartsdale is very pedestrian-friendly with easy access to mass transit, including the Metro-North Railroad. The hamlet is rich with history, dating back to the American Revolution. George Washington met with a French general here -- the general was using the Odell House as his headquarters at the time. The Odell House, built in 1732, still stands on Ridge Road and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. By renting in Hartsdale, you'll enjoy a fantastic community of about 5,000 residents. The hamlet features the beautiful Ridge Road Park, a 236-acre, heavily wooded park with a playground, picnic areas with pavilions, ball fields, and walking trails.

1 Neighborhoods in Hartsdale, NY

  • Hartsdale/Greenburgh

    Located in Lower Westchester County, the hamlet of Hartsdale provides residents with the best of both worlds -- an urban atmosphere in a suburban setting. Hartsdale sits just 20 miles north of Manhattan, making it an easy 30-minute trip via Metro-North to Grand Central Station.