Irvington is a quaint historic village located on the east bank of the Hudson River about 22 miles north of Manhattan. Irvington is approximately 35-40 minutes from New York City by car or train. It is a scenic 35 minute Metro North train ride along the Hudson River shoreline to Grand Central Station.
The Village of Irvington is 2.8 square miles and is bordered to the north by the Village of Tarrytown, to the south by the Village of Dobbs Ferry, to the west by the Hudson River, and to the east by the Saw Mill River. The Village is nested within the Town of Greenburgh and the population is 6,420.
Irvington is located on the banks of the Hudson River directly across the river from Piermont, NY. The Village is characterized by its small-town atmosphere and its many open woodland preserves and two very popular riverfront parks.
In Westchester, most residents identify the community in which they reside by school district boundaries rather than municipal or postal designation boundaries. Usually when someone says they live in Irvington, they mean their home is located in the Irvington school district.
For convenience, the search tool at the top of this page has been pre-set for single family homes in the Irvington school district.
NOTE: A small portion of the Village of Irvington is in the Dobbs Ferry school district and a portion of the Village of Tarrytown is in the Irvington school district
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