Larchmont and Mamaroneck
Larchmont and Mamaroneck are steeped in history. Larchmont was discovered by the Dutch in 1614. In 1661, John Richbell, an English merchant, traded goods for land, which is now the town of Mamaroneck. After the advent of the automobile, Larchmont quickly went from a resort community to a suburb catering to wealthy individuals commuting to and from New York City.
The main thoroughfare of Mamaroneck Avenue is bustling with local shops and restaurants, and is minutes from recreation and the harbor. Larchmont is a walking community with many shops, boutiques and restaurants on the Boston Post Road, Palmer, Chatsworth and Larchmont Avenues. The French American School of New York has several campuses in Larchmont and Mamaroneck with an additional one in Scarsdale. A new campus is planned for White Plains, on the grounds of the former Ridgeway Country Club.
For information about parking and train stations in Larchmont, call 914-834-6230.
For information about parking and train stations in Mamaroneck, call 914-381-7810.