Mamaroneck NY is a town located along the eastern portion of the county along the Long Island Sound. It is a vibrant community which is gathering momentum for home buyers with its walkable downtown is centered around Mamaroneck Ave an sports plenty of fine dining for any kind of a budget. Examples include the more upscale Cafe Mozart for a great meal and wonderful coffee to Sal’s Pizzeria for one of the best slices in Westchester.
The Town of Mamaroneck has the zip code 10543. includes the village of Larchmont and the unincorporated portion of the Mamaroneck township which has a Larchmont post office address and zip code (10538). Larchmont and the Larchmont PO are slightly to the south and will be covered in a separate post.
Location-wise the northern tip of Mamaroneck just misses the southern tip of White Plains. A little piece of Harrison is sandwiched in-between – but traditionally, Mamaroneck is thought of as being the southern neighbor to White Plains. Certainly the downtown of White Plains is within an easy drive of any point in Mamaroneck. The area is also adjacent to New Rochelle on its western flank. So Mamaroneck has the benefit of being close to two vital city hubs. The northeast flank is bounded by Rye and Harrison.
Mamaroneck is a stop along the New Haven Line which terminates at Grand Centrals Station. Roughly – the commute is 38 minutes and here are 12 trains running during peak hours and 1-2 trains an hour running at other times.
The Hutchinson River Parkway
The HRP access is at the northern tip of the Mamaroneck/Larchmont area right along the bored of Scarsdale. The Hutch offers access to the Whitestone Bridge at its southern end and access to the Merritt Parkway in Connecticut at its northern end.
The HRP merges with I-287 (to points west including the Tappan Zee Bridge and New Jersey) and I-684 (Northern Westchester – Danbury) in White Plains. Tow the south – the HRP merges with the Cross County Parkway – giving access to the Saw Mll River, Sprain Brook and Bronx River Parkways. If you want to drive to Manhattan, you can access the Deegan as well as the Henry Hudson via the Cross County
There are two entry points to I-95 one going north and southbound near the White Plains border and the other at the southern end of Larchmont going southbound only.
If you take I-95 south through the Bronx you will end up on the Throgs Neck Bridge as well as routes to Manhattan. Going north I-95 merges with I-287, I-684 to points north and west.
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