About the area

The small but vibrant one square mile village, part of the town of Greenburgh, has managed to retain its small-town appeal over the years. It is a community where approx. 4,500 residents care a lot for each other. Although not on the Hudson River — and not to be confused with Ardsley-on-Hudson, which is a section of Irvington — the village, with hills, winding roads and green spaces, is grouped (by real estate agents) with the river towns. Ashford Avenue, the oldest of Ardsley’s shopping areas, has a cluster of low-rise buildings with restaurants and specialty stores. There is no Metro-North Railroad station in Ardsley, so residents use the Dobbs Ferry station on the Hudson Line, or the Scarsdale or Hartsdale stations on the Harlem Line.

Things to Do
Pescone Park
B. Wilbur McDowell Park
V. Everit Macy Park
Ardsley Swim and Tennis Club
Hastings Farmers Market (seasonally)
Old Croton Aqueduct State Historic Park
Scenic Hudson Park

Concord Road Elementary School
Ardsley Middle School
Ardsley High School

Commuting Times
35 minute Express train to Grand Central
16 minute drive to White Plains
20 minute drive to Westchester County Airport
33 minute drive to LaGuardia Airport
52 minute drive to JFK Airport