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Welcome to Larchmont

Larchmont is a charming waterfront village in the town of Mamaroneck. A longtime summer vacation destination for nearby Manhattanites, it is now a peaceful seaside suburb just a half-hour northeast of New York City. Residents enjoy unique town amenities, upscale shopping, and annual local traditions, making Larchmont a spectacular place to create a lovely lifestyle.

What to Love

  • Easy access to New York City, just a 37 minute train ride away
  • Boutique shopping and walkable commercial areas
  • Close proximity to the Long Island Sound, with lots of seaside views

People & Lifestyle

Larchmont is primarily a residential community known for its beautiful homes, tree-lined streets, and well-maintained properties. The village features a mix of architectural styles, including Victorian, Colonial, Tudor, and Mediterranean-inspired houses. The community has a strong sense of pride in preserving its historic character.
Larchmont is part of the larger Town of Mamaroneck and is bordered by the city of New Rochelle to the west. It enjoys a convenient location for commuters, with easy access to New York City via the Metro-North Railroad's New Haven Line. Additionally, major highways such as Interstate 95 and the Hutchinson River Parkway are nearby.

Dining, Entertainment & Shopping 

Larchmont Village offers a delightful shopping experience with its charming collection of boutique stores, specialty shops, and unique establishments. Stroll along the streets and discover a variety of boutiques offering stylish clothing, accessories, jewelry, and gifts. Home decor enthusiasts can explore shops like Village Mercantile, while book lovers can browse independent bookstores for their next literary treasure. Gourmet food enthusiasts will delight in the selection of specialty food stores, offering artisanal cheeses, fine wines, and fresh produce.
Larchmont Village is also a haven for food lovers, offering a vibrant dining scene with a range of culinary delights. From cozy cafés to upscale restaurants, there's something to satisfy every palate. Indulge in delectable dishes at renowned establishments such as Sal's Pizza, Stanz Cafe, Lenny's Steakhouse, Heritage 147, Chat 19, Rio Bravos Tacos & Tequila, and Coriander. If you have a sweet tooth, be sure to visit the local bakeries and dessert shops, where you can savor mouthwatering pastries, handmade chocolates, and gourmet ice cream. Additionally, coffee enthusiasts can find solace in the village's coffee shops, offering a cozy atmosphere and delicious brews. Whether you're seeking a memorable dining experience or a quick bite to eat, Larchmont Village has a diverse selection of eateries that will satisfy your cravings and leave you wanting more.

Things to Do

A walk through Larchmont’s historic waterfront “Manor Park” offers beautiful year-round scenic views of Long Island Sound. Manor Beach provides access to the Sound for swimming and relaxation during the summer months. 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.
The heart of Larchmont is its vibrant downtown area, known as Larchmont Village. It features a charming collection of small businesses, boutiques, restaurants, cafes, and specialty shops. The village has a pedestrian-friendly layout, making it a popular destination for locals and visitors alike. Larchmont hosts a variety of community events throughout the year. These include the Larchmont Farmers Market, which offers fresh produce and local products, as well as the Larchmont Arts Festival, which showcases the work of local artists. The village also holds parades, concerts, and other seasonal celebrations.
In addition to the waterfront parks, Larchmont offers various recreational facilities. The Larchmont Shore Club and the Larchmont Yacht Club provide opportunities for sailing, swimming, and other water-based activities. The community also has multiple sports fields, tennis courts, and playgrounds for outdoor recreation.


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 programs, cultural arts and music programs and physical education programs. Larchmont Village is also home to the prestigious French American School of New York. Top educational opportunities include:
  • Central School, PK-5, highly-rated public elementary school
  • Chatsworth Avenue School, K-5, highly-rated public elementary school
  • Murray Avenue School, K-9, highly-rated public school
  • Hommocks School, 6-8, highly-rated public middle school
  • French American School of New York, PK-12, highly-rated private school


For a pdf version of our Larchmont Town Guide, click here.

Overview for Larchmont, NY

6,532 people live in Larchmont, where the median age is 34.8 and the average individual income is $108,689. Data provided by the U.S. Census Bureau.


Total Population

34.8 years

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Demographics and Employment Data for Larchmont, NY

Larchmont has 2,102 households, with an average household size of 3.1. Data provided by the U.S. Census Bureau. Here’s what the people living in Larchmont do for work — and how long it takes them to get there. Data provided by the U.S. Census Bureau. 6,532 people call Larchmont home. The population density is 5,961.17 and the largest age group is Data provided by the U.S. Census Bureau.


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