Port Chester

Port Chester

About the area

Bordered by Rye Brook, Rye City and Greenwich, Conn., Port Chester is a 2.4-square-mile village in the town of Rye in Westchester County. Along its eastern edge, the Byram River flows into Long Island Sound at Port Chester Harbor. Not far away, Interstate 287 meets Interstate 95. All of which makes this primarily working-class suburb of roughly 29,000 a hub of commerce surrounded by affluence and some lovely water vistas. There are approximately 10,000 housing units in the village. About a third are two-, three- and four-family homes near downtown. Another third are single-family capes, colonials, Tudors and raised ranches, many of them farther north, where streets are wider. Near the harbor, the Grey Rock neighborhood is a cluster of homes with private access to the water.

Byram Park
Port Chester Harbor
Bruce Museum
Playland Park
Rye Nature Center

John F. Kennedy Elementary
King Street Elementary
Park Avenue Elementary
Thomas A. Edison Elementary
Port Chester Middle School
Port Chester High School

Commuting Times
38 minute express train to Grand Central
16 minute drive to Westchester County Airport
31 minute drive to LaGuardia Airport
50 minute drive to JFK Airport