A cozy hamlet in a woodsy setting, is how an Upper West Sider would describe Chappaqua. There are many city expats here and they find it to be the best place to move after a tenure of busy metropolitan life. It still remains that Chappaqua is as bustling as a suburb can be, with plenty to do, see & eat. The city isn’t far, still, for those who can’t quite let go of weekend jaunts or daily commuting.
Chappaqua, NY —
Quaint little hamlet town
It’s an easy commute to NYC and it’s been ranked by Newsweek Magazine as "One of America's Best Public High Schools," so moving to Chappaqua would be one of the best decisions you ever make. With an $11 million downtown revitalization plan and complete renovation of the Reader's Digest campus which will soon include a Whole Foods and shops, Chappaqua is one of the most sought-after suburbs throughout Westchester County.