The youngest city in New York, Rye is a residential haven in scenic Westchester County.
People flock to the area for its wealth of housing options and convenient location. Mostly residential, there’s a wide range of prices and neighborhoods for new residents to consider. The real estate market comprises single family homes, multi-family homes, apartments, condos, and luxury co-ops. A well-maintained corner of Westchester, Rye boasts tidy, tree-lined streets and manicured lawns.
There’s a lot to do in this vibrant city. The bustling commercial hub has plenty of shopping centers and restaurants, while cultural institutions and entertainments dot the downtown landscape. Historic landmarks like the Squarehouse Inn museum speak to the area’s rich past. Country clubs and community organizations are staples in this tight-knit community. Playland, the famed amusement park, is a seasonal tradition for locals and visitors alike. One of the oldest amusement parks, the theme park features an old-fashioned boardwalk, wooden roller coasters, and live music.
Like many upstate cities, nature plays a huge role in the activities available to residents and visitors alike. A series of walking and biking trails cut through the wealth of public parkland. Favorite pursuits in the area include camping, swimming, hiking, and kayaking. The Rye Nature Center is an ideal spot to marvel at nature and learn about the local wildlife. Picturesque beaches like Oakland Beach hug the Long Island Sound, offering residents panoramic views of the water.