Populated by only 6,420 people 20 miles north of New York City, Irvington, NY on the Hudson River is the green forestry of nature city dwellers crave. Open space is a big part of its appeal: about a third of Irvington’s 2.8 square miles is undeveloped public land, according to the assessor’s office in the Town of Greenburgh, of which the village is a part. Nature is also enhanced by the acres of woodlands and rolling hills that surround the area’s many privately owned 19th-century mansions. Irvington is sometimes also known as Irvington-on-Hudson.

Irvington is on the Hudson River just south of the Tappan Zee Bridge
25 miles north of NYC
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Irvington is serviced by the Metro-North Hudson line

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Irvington, NY —
Historic, charming and a great place to live!

Irvington, New York, also known as Irvington-on Hudson, is a charming and picturesque Village just 20 miles north of Manhattan on the east bank of the Hudson River. Named after Washington Irving, author of The Legend of Sleepy Hollow.

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Irvington, NY —

What might first appear as a quaint, one Main St. village, Irvington-on-Hudson, holds many secrets each one revealing itself over time, like the perfectly written novel, it grips your attention page-by-page, chapter-by-chapter.

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