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Rye, NY Community & Real Estate Guide
Rye is a city in Westchester County, NY, United States, and is the youngest city in the state of New York. Rye is home to the historic Playland amusement park, a great spot for families and kids to enjoy rides, games, food, and fun. Rye’s remarkable natural endowments – a protected harbor along Long Island Sound, varied rolling landscapes, tree-lined streets, and winding brooks – enhance its many attractive neighborhoods.
There are five schools in the city school district: The Osborn School, The Milton School, The Midland School, Rye Middle School and Rye High School. The Rye train station commuter rail service to Grand Central Terminal in New York City via the Metro North Railroad’s New Haven line. In addition, the Bee-Line Bus System provides bus service to Rye on routes 13 and 61 with additional seasonal service to Rye Playland on routes 75 and 91. Rye is a city where residents get the best of both worlds: a sense of community and knowing one’s neighbors, as well as close proximity to other major cities, such as Manhattan.
The city of Rye was ranked ninth in the list of the top 10 places to live in New York State for 2014 according to the national online real estate brokerage Movoto. Rye has something for everyone, whether you are looking for a small split- level home, a colonial, ranch, Tudor, even sprawling estates. They can all be found in the city of Rye. One of the most popular small neighborhoods is Indian Village, where streets are named for Indian tribes. Additionally, there are beautiful homes in the Greenhaven section of Rye, near the water, which is highly desirable. Also, Rye Manor has a not for profit senior living facility, home to people ages 62 and above, making the city a well-rounded spot for young couples, single families, couples with kids, and seniors alike.
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Community, Downtown & Restaurants
Population & Economic Statistics
Schools & Libraries
Parks, Recreation and Sporting Activities
Community Clubs and Organizations