The peaceful hamlet of Goldens Bridge, New York is located within the sprawling town of Lewisboro, in northeastern Westchester County.
The rural atmosphere that has prevailed for decades in Goldens Bridge is preserved by a 4-acre zoning law created in the mid-1980s. Thus, wild turkeys and other signs of nature are a common sight in the hamlet.
Many residents are equestrians who value the green space afforded by the hamlet. In fact, the Lewisboro Horseman's Association maintains trails that cover more than 1,500 acres. And rather than being inconvenienced by the lack of big box stores, residents delight in purchasing goods at the small shopping center on Route 22 which contains a supermarket, a bank, and a few other small town staples. For major purchases, residents travel 15 minutes to Danbury, Connecticut, or 30 minutes to White Plains.
Children in Goldens Bridge attend the Katonah-Lewisboro School District. It offers many groups and activities, including theater, debate, lacrosse, football and wrestling.
Grand Central Terminal can be reached from Goldens Bridge in just under an hour, providing a reasonable commute for those who wish to work in the city, but maintain a peaceful life in Golden's Bridge.
For peaceful living, gracious plots of land, and small-town atmosphere, Goldens Bridge can't be outdone.
|Population Growth (since 2010)||0.76 %|
|Population Density (people / sq. mile)||521.9|
|Household Size (people)||2.79|
|Households w/ Children||42.86 %|
|Annual Residential Turnover||7.58 %|
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