Bronxville, New York
Bronxville is a village located in Westchester County, New York. As of the 2000 census, the village had a total population of 6,543. It is the home of Concordia College, a Christian liberal arts college operated by the Lutheran Church - Missouri Synod. Bronxville is located near the town of Eastchester.
Reminiscent of a quaint English hamlet, the neighborhoods of Bronxville capture an Old World ambiance that continues to charm new comers and residents alike. This affluent suburb has a dignified beauty and refined lifestyle that is reflected in the shady tree-lined streets, sophisticated and unique shops, and profusion of lovely gardens that have come to characterize this historic area. Nestled within the curve of the Bronx River and less than thirty minutes from Grand Central Station, Bronxville has been insolated due partly to its geographic location and partly to the its origins as a self-contained community.
Tiny Bronxville encompasses a mere square mile in area and is nestled in the center of southern Westchester County within 2 miles of Mount Vernon and Eastchester, 3 miles of Yonkers, and 18 miles of Manhattan. The average travel time for commuters is 38.5 minutes. Bronxville has a population of over 6,500 residents with a median age of 38 years, a median household income of over $144,000 and a median house appraisal value of $959,000. Bronxville is within 13 miles of both LaGuardia International Airport and Westchester County Airport which is located in White Plains.