The two square mile Town of Pelham sits right at the edge of New York City along the waterfront of the Long Island Sound in Westchester County. Located just 17 miles from mid-town Manhattan, it offers one of the quickest and easiest commutations to Grand Central Terminal. Known for its sidewalk neighborhoods, historic architecture and k-12 public schools widely recognized for the their excellence, Pelham is an understated community with a wide variety of civic organizations and churches. Sports form a big part of life in Pelham for both children and adults, including the opportunity for membership in Pelham’s two private clubs, the Pelham Country Club and the New York Athletic Club, which operates its “Travers Island” summer facility in Pelham Manor.
Pelham has a rich collection of historic architecture from the late 19th to early 20th century, as well as some mid-century homes. The town is mostly single-family homes, ranging in price from $500,000 to just above $3 million, and also offers co-op and condo apartments that start as low as $150,000. Historically and again since 2012, the sale of homes is fast paced with most homes selling for at least the asking price during the first weekend on the market. See a sample of homes currently on the market
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