Located 23 miles from Manhattan, Hartsdale has a station that is serviced by the Metro-North Harlem line.
The rush-hour commute ranges from 35 to 45 minutes, making it ideal for busy executives that wish to escape city life.
Hartsdale has a rich history, including its involvement in the American Revolution. The Odell House, built in 1732, is famous for being the site where George Washington made an alliance with French general, Comte de Rochambeau, leading to the Battle of Yorktown
On Central Avenue, not far from Hartsdale's neighborhoods, are stores that offer basic staples and more. Hartsdale also offers a variety of cuisines, including Turkish, Japanese and Mexican. Away from the hustle and bustle of the main roads, Hartdale's Brook Park and Preserve provides scenic walking trails. Ridge Road Park is county-operated recreational facility offering an abundance of activities, including outdoor tennis courts for all of the residents to enjoy.
The Greenburgh Central School District contains three elementary schools, as well as Woodlands Middle and High School.