Irvington, N.Y.: A Walkable Village With Striking Manhattan Views
The 2.8-square-mile village of Irvington is one of six villages in the riverside town of Greenburgh. Its historic center is defined by the bustling commercial hub of Main Street, which runs a half-mile downhill from Broadway to the Hudson River, and the narrow residential side streets that intersect it. Living there, the Ryans appreciated being steps from the train station, library and local shops and restaurants. “We love the old homes, the lively streets, the friendliness of the people and the sense of community the village offers,” Ms. Ryan, a writer, said.
Source: NY Times