Tuckahoe and Crestwood are two small communities right next to each other, and in fact they're often spoken of as one city. They reside about halfway between Manhattan and White Plains. The cities have two train stations conveniently situated on each side of the area.
The Crestwood Metro-North Railroad station serves the residents of Crestwood and the northern part of Tuckahoe by way of the Harlem Line. The travel distance between the Crestwood/Tuckahoe communities and Grand Central Terminal is approximately 17 miles. The Crestwood Metro-North station also services the residents of the Crestwood section of Yonkers, just West of the Crestwood Metro-North station.
Market Data for Tuckahoe-CRESTWOOD Real Estate
Single Family Homes
|November 2018||November 2019||% Change|
|days on market until sale||--||50||--|
|median sales price||--||$680,000||--|
|% OF SALE PRICE TO LIST PRICE||--||96.9%||--|
|homes for sale||6||6||0.0%|
It’s not hyperbole to say that Tuckahoe and Crestwood are located in one of the best regions on the planet for shopping and dining destinations. The fact that Manhattan and other New York City hot spots are a quick and easy train ride away is one of those features about a community that is priceless.
The Tuckahoe/Crestwood is home to an incredible and diverse selection of unique, one-of-a-kind local restaurants and eateries. A few of these are The Quarry, Angelina's Ristorante and The American Bistro.
As part of upscale Westchester County, Tuckahoe and Crestwood residents have numerous shopping centers, malls and neighborhood shops close to home. Some examples include the Vernon Hills Shopping Center which has anchors such as Lord & Taylor and Brooks Brothers, The Shopps at Eastchester & the many antiques & consignment shops in the heart of town. Click here for all dining options.
There are a variety of Parks and recreational facilities in Crestwood. The Tuckahoe Lake offers a walking trail and nature preserve. Due to the help and cooperation of the School Districts in Tuckahoe, Eastchester and Bronxville, the Eastchester Parks and Recreation Department is able to make available recreational facilities and mixed-use fields at schools in the neighboring communities.
The village of Tuckahoe has recently undergone a renaissance of sorts. During the last 10 years, the community has redeveloped and consequently revitalized several of its industrial and commercial neighborhoods. For example, the community took a former Revlon factory and breathed new life into it as a chic and stylish apartment complex.
For adventurous folks, an outing to the Botanical Gardens in NYC and Brooklyn can be a sweet weekend daytrip without a lot of hassle.
The Tuckahoe Union Free School District serves the public education needs of the Town of Eastchester in the communities of Bronxville Manor, Chester Heights, and Tuckahoe. The recent enrollment numbers showed there were about 1,100 students in kindergarten through 12th grade. Click here for school map and details.
A number of exceptional hospitals and medical centers are available to the residents of Tuckahoe and Crestwood including the Sound Shore Medical Center of Westchester, Lawrence Hospital Center and St. John’s Riverside Hospital.
In addition to the Metro-North Railroad stations, Crestwood and Tuckahoe citizens can also get around via Amtrak, as well as Bee Line bus and taxi services.