The hamlet of South Salem, New York is located within the town of Lewisboro, in the northeast corner of Westchester County.
South Salem is the pride of any equestrian, as it is home to miles of trails that wind in and out of public area and private palatial estates. An association monitors these trails that cover more than 1,500 acres of private property. Further outdoor recreation is found at the Ward Pound Ridge Reservation, which offers more than 4,500 acres of parkland. Nearly 180 acres of natural green space featuring tennis courts, playgrounds, and ball fields is offered by additional town parks.
Children in South Salem attend the prestigious Katonah-Lewisboro Union Free School District, the headquarters of which are located in South Salem. The high school has been named one of the top schools in the nation by Newsweek. Children receive personalized attention, as well as an abundance of extra-curricular activities, including debate, mock trial, lacrosse, football, soccer, and wrestling.
New York City is accessible via the Metro-North Line, with stations in nearby Goldens Bridge and Katonah. The commute time to Grand Central Terminal is about one and a half hours.
South Salem offers lush greenery accompanied by wide open horse country that is undeniably beautiful.