About the Village of Larchmont



Distance to NYC: 20 miles
Area: 1 square miles
Larchmont Village (only 1 square mile) has a population exceeding 7000 residents, and the unincorporated Town of Mamaroneck (outside the village) has an additional 13,000 residents. Larchmont is situated less than 20 miles from New York City. It was recently named the Best Commuter Town in the Tri-State. "I know a village..." where a cosmopolitan citizenry has a distinct European flavor ... where young and old blend into a relaxed yet sophisticated community ... where people of the arts, sports enthusiasts and executives seek to live ... where parks , beaches, noted private clubs and recreational facilities connote the luxurious and charming life of a waterfront community.
Educational Facilities
The Mamaroneck Union Free School District includes the Village of Larchmont, the unincorporated area of the Town of Mamaroneck and part of the Village of Mamaroneck. It has four elementary schools, one middle school and one high school. The community has a long history of supporting quality public school education. In addition to a comprehensive academic program, the system provides enrichment, accelerated and remedial special education Village programs, cultural arts and music programs and physical education programs. Larchmont Village is also home to the French American School of New York.
Recreational Facilities
A walk through Larchmont's historic waterfront "Manor Park" offers beautiful year-round scenic views of Long Island Sound. There are summer concerts outdoors at Flint Park, children's art, music and theater groups, the Larchmont Playhouse movie theater and many fine local restaurants. The Emelin Theatre for Performing Arts is located adjacent to the nearby Mamaroneck Free Library and presents over 200 performances a year of quality and diversified entertainment from jazz and classical concerts to drama and dance. This theatre accommodates an audience of 286 and is fully air conditioned.
Houses of Worship
Include St. Augustine's Church, Saints John & Paul Church, Beth Emeth Synagogue, Larchmont Temple, Larchmont Avenue Presbyterian Church and St. John's Episcopal Church.



Larchmont is served by the New Haven Line of the Metro-North Railroad.