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Scarsdale NY 10583
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POPULATION: 6,266 (Estimated). AREA: 1 square mile. LOCATION: In the town of Eastchester about 15 miles from mid- Manhattan.

ZONING: Residential - 12,000 square feet to 30,000 square feet. Commercial - intense commercial development. The cities of Mount Vernon, New Rochelle, and Yonkers are neighbors.

COMMUTING: Served by the Harlem Division of Conrail. Station within the village (23 minutes to Grand Central). Access to Bronx River, Hutchinson River and Sprain Brook Parkways and the Cross County Expressway. About a 30-minute drive to mid- Manhattan.

MUNICIPAL SERVICES: WATER: meters. SEWERS: 97% public. GARBAGE: public.

POLICE PROTECTION: full time paid.
FIRE PROTECTION: 1 volunteer company.
AMBULANCE: 1 volunteer company from Eastchester.
HOSPITALS: Lawrence Hospital.

LIBRARIES: Bronxville Public Library. Services - story and film hours, film program, summer reading game, children's books in foreign languages, film strips and viewers loaned to children, school visits, circulating magazines and records for children and for teen-agers, college catalogue collection, large print books, telephone reference, copy machine, exhibits and meeting room available.


1639 - Jonas Bronck, a wealthy Dane and first European resident of Westchester, acquired form the Mohican Indians 500 acres of land between the Harlem and Bronx rivers.

1770's - During the Revolutionary War, Bronxville was considered neutral ground, although both loyalist and patriot forces conducted raids throughout the village.

1840's - The first railroad appeared in Bronxville and changed the rural settlement into rapidly developing suburb of New York.

1890 - William Van Duzer Lawrence came to Bronxville and purchased the Prescott Manor House and farm, which he developed into Lawrence Park.

SCHOOLS: Among the most important features of any community is its school system, and Bronxville has an outstanding one. Over 95% of its high school graduates continue their education at the university level. Average student SAT scores are well over 500 for both verbal ability and mathematics. The Bronxville School is also exceptional in that grades k-12 are housed in one beautiful building, providing educational and social continuity for students and faculty.

In addition to a full range of extracurricular and adult education activities, the facility is also the location of two of the Villages favorite community events: the Memorial Day Weekend (parade, barbecue, art show, "Run-For-Fun" and more) and the Summer Band Concerts.

Bronxville also offers highly ranked private nursery and elementary schools as well as Concordia College and, within the Bronxville postal district in neighboring Yonkers, Sarah Lawrence College.

SHOPPING: Bronxville's commercial district was developed in the mid-twenties and still remains a special village charm. With over 100 shops, banks, and restaurants, this central market place easily serves the entire local community. Merchants, residents and neighbors alike anticipate its annual sidewalk sale.

RECREATION: Shares Eastchester Recreation Department's paid full time director. Playground, ball fields, tennis courts and picnic area. Various country clubs and a "Tennis Center" operated by the Bronxville Recreation Commission

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