The intimate village of Rye Brook, New York is located within the town of Rye. It is a newcomer to Westchester County, having only been established in 1982.
The sliver of land that is Rye Brook rests between Port Chester and Harrison features winding roads, private spaces, and lacks the characteristic village center that most Westchester County villages offer.
High-end homes are abundant in Rye Brook. Local parks keep young ones active and involved in sports such as Little League Baseball and soccer. Tennis courts, hiking trails, and playgrounds keep the young and old at play.
Two school systems serve the village of Rye Brook: the Blind Brook Public Schools and the Port Chester Public Schools. NEWLINE}Rye Brook is a small treasure of land located in a most unique area, with both elite and culturally diverse neighborhoods flanking them on either side.