Mamaroneck

Mamaroneck is a town in Westchester County, New York and is located just 23 miles north of Manhatten on the Long Island Sound. The town comprises two villages, Larchmont and Mamaroneck (part of which is located in the adjacent Town of Rye), in addition to an unincorporated portion. The majority of the town’s land area is not within either village, constituting an unincorporated area, although a majority of the population lives within the villages. The population was 29,156 at the 2010 census.

Featuring a vibrant downtown dotted with antiques stores and eateries, and a picturesque harbor that beckons sunbathers in the summer, Mamaroneck draws both regulars and neighbors looking for shopping and relaxation. One of the oldest communities in Westchester County, the town was settled in the late 1600’s after a London merchant purchased the land at the mouth of the Mamaroneck River from the Siwanoy Indians. Its first census, taken in 1698, counted 77 residents. Today, the town is a popular home for commuting professionals, who can arrive in Manhattan in under 40 minutes via Metro-North. Boasting more than six miles of coastline, Mamaroneck offers plenty of opportunities to enjoy the water with its marinas, yacht clubs, beaches, and shorefront parks—especially in May, when hundreds of cherry trees lining the harbor’s park are in their full and glorious bloom.

A friendly suburb known for its popular harbor, Mamaroneck is host to a diverse array of homes, from condominiums and historic houses to mansions on the Long Island Sound. Residents are keen to point out the town’s community spirit and commitment to recreation, not to mention the short commute to Manhatten.

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