Pound Ridge is a town in Westchester County, New York. The town is located in the eastern corner of the county, bordered by New Canaan, Connecticut, to the east, Stamford, Connecticut, to the south, Bedford, New York, to the west and Lewisboro, New York, to the north. The population was 5,104 at the 2010 census.
Rustic, rural, bucolic, pastoral—these are the words that come to mind when people think of the Town of Pound Ridge, which comprises three hamlets (Pound Ridge, Sarles Corners, and the business district of Scotts Corners) situated on a relatively small (23.5 square miles), verdant swath of land in Westchester’s easternmost corner and adjacent to both Bedford and New Canaan, Connecticut. Despite its tranquil, “horse country” vibe (most homes are housed on two- and three-acre parcels of land), Pound Ridge is chic and sophisticated, if not urbane, and the town’s history is as illustrious as some of its famous residents, past and present.
With a proud architectural history and a commitment to preserving open spaces, Pound Ridge is an ideal destination for those seeking a serene retreat by the countryside.
The trip from Bedford Hills to Grand Central is about an hour on Metro North. It takes 20 minutes to drive to Bedford Hills from Pound Ridge.
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