Armonk, New York is a NYC suburb located in Westchester County and is considered a modern escape from big-city living. It is nestled in wooded rural surroundings and rolling hills with an active downtown of everything from shops to restaurants and host to Main Street’s seasonal parades and festivals. No matter the time of year, there’s always outdoor activities to enjoy.
Parks, country clubs, golf, tennis courts, sports fields, community pool and fantastic school district make this gorgeous community a win for families. Armonk is a very spread out town so be sure to survey the full lay of the land before settling on a home.
Armonk does not have it’s own train station. Commuting into New York City involves a 10-minute drive to the North White Plains Metro-North Railroad station, where the Harlem Line will take you to Grand Central Terminal in about an hour. Or you could drive all the way on Interstate-684 to the Hutchinson River Parkway South and into the city via the George Washington Bridge or continue farther east to the FDR Drive.