Pelham, New York
The Village of Pelham in Westchester County, New York is a tightly knit community with small-town values located in one square mile nestled up against the greatest city in the world. The Village of Pelham was originally incorporated in 1896, and then re-incorporated in 1975 to combine the two municipalities of Pelham Village and North Pelham into one Village of Pelham. The Village is a composition of the neighborhoods of Chester Park, Pelham Heights, Pelville, and Pelhamwood. The downtown business district hosts an eclectic mix of small business storefronts, restaurants, art center, historic movie theatre and the Wolfs Lane Park.
Pelham�s historic train station is located in the center of the village and within easy walking distance to most homes, providing a short 30-minute commute to midtown Manhattan via Metro North's New Haven line trains.