The cozy hamlet of Lincolndale, New York is located within the town of Somers, in Westchester County.
About 1,500 residents currently call Lincolndale home, although the town of Somers is populated by more than 20,000 people.
Lincolndale is characterized by its rural atmosphere and overall quiet countryside. The small town feel is an attractive feature for many who decide to move to the area. Big box stores and strip malls have no place in this countryside oasis, where not even a stoplight can be found.
Other attractions nearby to Lincolndale include Reis Park, an 82-acre park that features picnicking, skating, and walking. The Koegal Park also offers several miles of hiking trails, while the Lasdon Park and Arboretum is an idyllic spot to birdwatch or enjoy the sights and smells of the acres of gardens that feature azaleas, magnolias, and chestnut trees.
Those who wish to commute to New York City, Grand Central Terminal can be reached via the Metro-North Harlem line in about 65 minutes.
Children in Lincolndale attend schools in the Somers Central School District.
Lincolndale's idyllic and peaceful countryside, and excellent schools are among the many reasons to settle in this cozy hamlet.