A sophisticated Westchester suburb surrounded by nature.
Named by the Siwanoy Native Americans of the Wappinger Confederacy in the mid-1800s, this Central Westchester village began to boom after IBM’s global headquarters came to town in the 1960s. Today, the hamlet still doesn’t have the same name recognition of some of its bigger or fancier neighbors, but its bucolic charm and plethora of amenities continues to lure New York City transplants.
Byram Hills High School has ranked in the top 100 of public schools in the U.S. by Newsweek and Forbes magazines.
In 2019, Newsweek Magazine identified Byram Hills as one of thirteen high schools having a strong STEM program and dynamic learning environment for students.
33 Minutes from North White Plains to Grand Central
10 minute drive to Mount Kisco
12 minute drive to White Plains
25 minute drive to Stamford, Ct
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