The town of Greenburgh, New York is located in Westchester County. It borders Yonkers to the south, Mount Pleasant to the north, and Scarsdale and White Plains to the east.
Within its 36.1 square miles lie the villages of Ardsley, Dobbs Ferry, Elmsford, Hastings-On-Hudson, Irvington, and Tarrytown. These villages each have a distinct personality as well as attractions that are varied. In most locations, the Metro-North train makes Grand Central Terminal accessible within 35 minutes or less.
There are also several unincorporated hamlets in Greenburgh, including Fairview, Greenville (or Edgemont), Hartsdale, East Irvington, North Elmsford, and South Adrsley. Each of these census-designated areas also have unique aspects depending on their location. The unincorporated areas of Greenburgh were formerly rural extensions of the village, and have now grown into more populated, and prime, pieces of real estate.
The town is known for its coveted real estate, top-rated schools, and cozy village atmosphere. Common industries are in healthcare, education, and finance.
Educational opportunities abound for the children of Greenburgh. The Greenburgh Central School District is home to three elementary schools - Lee F. Jackson School, Highview Elementary School, and Richard J. Bailey School. In addition, Greenburgh educates middle school children at the Woodland Middle School, and high school students at the Woodland High School.
Greenburgh is a town composed of a wide variety of opportunities and appealing features.