The Gateway to the Country
Armonk is first northern Westchester suburb that has a genuine country feeling. Its rolling hills and sweeping vistas suggest a bucolic retreat from the hustle and bustle. Homes are sited on large parcels of land that give their owners privacy and solitude. Yet 15 minutes from Armonk is the hub of White Plains and shopping at The Westchester. To the north and a 10 minute drive is Mt. Kisco, with shopping and restaurants. Express trains from the North White Plains Metro-North station take you to Grand Central Station, total commute time is less than an hour.
Armonk also has a thriving corporate population, namely IBM’s 25 acre corporate headquarters, and SwissRe US headquarters. Employees keep local retailers busy and most importantly, Armonk’s substantial corporate tax base keeps residential property taxes lower than other towns in Westchester.
Main Street in Armonk is home to Hickory and Tweed, a venerable name that has for decades properly clothed residents for outdoor pursuits. Francophile shoppers love to browse at La Dentelliere which offers European linens, housewares and accessories while Table D'Hote has an eclectic selection of tabletop and glassware from around the world.
Armonk’s restaurant scene includes Kira Sushi and Made in Asia for Japanese, David Chen for Chinese and Gavi, Opus 465 and Marc Charles Steakhouse for meat eaters.
Armonk is located in the town of North Castle, which has strong recreation department and offers a variety of activities for residents of every age. The Armonk Outdoor Art Show in October is a well-attended annual event that is sponsored by the Friends of North Castle Public Library.
Armonk Real Estate
Learn more in our Armonk Town Guide or review the latest Armonk Real Estate Market Report.