10707 Homes & Real Estate - Tuckahoe, NY
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Homes For Sale in 10707 Tuckahoe, NY
Located about 20 miles from central Manhattan, Tuckahoe is a small village with a lot of diversity. The population of about 6,000 is comprised of generational family homes and millennials who are avoiding the high cost of city living. Tuckahoe’s properties cost between $125,000 and $3 million, and the most popular home types are single-family homes, apartments, and townhomes. There are around 700 single-family homes, 550 condo units, and 300 apartments. Rentals are popular in the village for those who feel that owning is not for them.
10707, Tuckahoe, NY Community Amenities
While Tuckahoe is primarily residential, it’s ideal for pedestrians. There are many shops and restaurants along Marbledale Ave and the downtown area, so residents can frequent their favorite spots simultaneously. Popular spots include the library, community center, and locally-owned Roma Restaurant. Many of the dining options are family-owned and operated, and there are many farmer’s markets regularly. The Depot Square holds a Farmer’s Market from June to November every Sunday. The beautiful communities are made up of stunning Colonial, Tudor, and Cape homes with perfectly landscaped lawns and tree-lined streets. Due to its small size, residents can walk through neighborhoods and explore every community. Many of the residents commute for work. The village is located close to major highways for those who drive, and for those who don’t, there are two train stations in the area. Residents can catch the Metro-North’s Harlem line at the Crestwood or Tuckahoe stations. It takes around 30 to 40 minutes to get to Grand Central Station. There are plenty of places to walk, jog, or bike through the community for outdoor enthusiasts, including the beautiful Bronx River Pathway. The Parkway Oval Field often hosts events, festivals, and celebrations like easter egg hunts and fireworks for the Fourth of July. Depot Square, which is home to the Farmer’s Market, also holds seasonal events like music festivals, Winterfest, and outdoor film screenings. The Generoso Pope Foundation’s building is home to the Westchester Italian Cultural Center, which offers Italian-Centric programming and activities. Residents can get around the village for free on Fridays and Saturdays with the in-town trolley. Neighboring Eastchester and Bronxville are home to many other events and exciting activities that are just a short drive away.
10707, Tuckahoe, NY School Information
The Tuckahoe Union Free School District serves the small village, parts of Eastchester, and Bronxville. The schools in the district are well-known for their rigorous curriculum, extracurricular activities, and excellent athletics programs. There is a strong and supportive community of staff and parents for the children that attend these schools. William E. Cottle School, Tuckahoe Middle School, and Tuckahoe High School serve Tuckahoe students. The schools have an excellent reputation and have been recognized. William E. Cottle School was named an NYS High Performing School, and Tuckahoe Middle School has been recognized as an NYS Reward School. Tuckahoe High school was ranked among America’s Best High Schools in 2013 by Newsweek. The mission of the school district is “Preparing Every Student for Excellence.”