Tarrytown, named “terwe town” (or wheat town) by the Dutch in the 1600s, sits at the widest stretch of the Hudson River. Over the next couple of centuries, the village drew everyone from wealthy industrialists, who built majestic estates in its hills, to factory workers, who lived in brownstones and rowhouses closer to the waterfront. Today, few of these historic homes still stand, but buyers will find plenty of new construction inspired by those original dwellings.
Available Homes in Tarrytown
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