What you will find
The village of Larchmont is located in the town of Mamaroneck in southeast Westchester, with a population of nearly 6,100. The 1.1 square mile area is bounded to the north by the tracks of the Metro-North Railroad, to the south by Long Island Sound and to the southwest by the city of New Rochelle. Boston Post Road, a major thoroughfare, divides the Larchmont Manor area to the south from the business district to the north.
"Larchmont homes are typically a mix of Tudors, Victorians, and Colonialists, and are split-level and some condos," said Mrs. Raved of Douglas Elliman. In the Larchmont Manor neighborhood, near the water, you will find many of the great 19th century cottages including the Manor House, the oldest house in the village.
The village center north of Boston Post Road is filled with independent boutiques, restaurants, gourmet eateries, gift shops, and art galleries. Starbucks has also claimed a place. While some storefronts are empty, new stores have sprung up during the pandemic like the Idea Kitchen, a common room, and the weekend farmers market is always busy.
The numerous restaurants offer a variety of dishes, from classic Italian at Lusardi & # 39; s, a villager, to Indian food at coriander and pastries at La Parisienne French Bakery Cafe. New additions are Grange, a café on Larchmont Avenue, and Billy & Pete & # 39; s Social, a family-friendly restaurant near the train station in Mamaroneck.