The small hamlet of Crompond, New York is located within the town of Yorktown, in northern Westchester County, about 38 miles from Manhattan.
Although there are no train stations located directly in Crompond or Yorktown, the nearby Mount Kisco station delivers passengers to Grand Central Terminal in about one hour. Nearly 2,300 residents reside in this corner of Yorktown, whose entire residency numbers about 36,000.
Spacious parks delight the young and old alike. The Teatown Lake Reservation is a 730-acre preserve that is filled with greenery and wildlife. Since many residents of Crompond love sports, bike paths, tennis courts, and golf courses are found in abundance. Further commodities, such as the Jefferson Valley Mall, house department stores, such as Macy's, and the streets of Crompond and Yorktown feature an abundance of casual, family-friendly restaurants.
Elementary school children in Crompond attend the Crompond School, which is part of the Yorktown Central School District.
Crompond has something to offer nearly everyone. Whether an outdoorsman, a young family, or a retiree, it's hard not to fall in love with the tranquility and convenience that Crompond features.