The charming village of Tarrytown, New York is located within the town of Greenburgh, in Westchester County.
Tarrytown offers a cozy neighborhood of quaint shops and a waterfront park overlooking the Hudson River and the Tappan Zee bridge. The Tarrytown Music Hall is a historic theater that features music and plays. The intimate theater has received rave reviews from theater-goers for its charm and picturesque location.
There are nearly 60 restaurants that dot the streets of Tarrytown. One might expect a prevailing diner atmosphere in a village of only a little more than 11,000 residents. However, Tarrytown offers superb cuisine at such restaurants as The Twisted Oak, Ruth’s Chris Steakhouse, and Equus Restaurant, in addition to more casual, but hip, bistros.
Several large corporations have headquarters in Tarrytown, including Bayer, Hitachi, Kraft Foods, and Siemens. The Metro-North Line delivers train passengers to Grand Central Terminal in about 45 minutes.
The children of Tarrytown attend one of the three elementary schools, Sleepy Hollow Middle School, and Sleepy Hollow High School. The Hackley School, a private preparatory school for children in grades K-12, is also located in Tarrytown.
Tarrytown’s quaint atmosphere, proximity to New York City and educational opportunities make it an ideal location.