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"Where New York City Meets Westchester."TM
Discover the quality of life just 29 minutes from mid-town Manhattan.
Discover Pelham.

Pelham Featured in the Brooklyn Brownstoner! 

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Award-Winning Public Schools.
Pelham's k-12 schools provide a small and nurturing environment, with four neighborhood elementary schools, one middle school and one high school with a graduating class of less than 200.  More about Pelham Schools

Homes for Sale. With a population of 12,000 (which has not changed in number since 1940), most of Pelham was built pre-WWII in a variety of historic architectural styles, including Victorian, Colonial and Tudor Revival.  See Homes for Sale in Pelham.

Closer to Midtown than parts of Manhattan. Comfortable Metro-North trains depart Pelham’s historic train station and arrive at Grand Central in 29 minutes or less at all times of the day and night. The Lexington Avenue 4&5 subway also ends just a few miles from Pelham. More about commuting from Pelham

Sense of Community. A tightly-knit, yet welcoming town, Pelham has pedestrian-oriented neighborhoods where residents walk to the town, library, train and schools, creating a strong sense of community. More about Pelham Community Organizations

Upcoming Pelham Activities
 
 
Pelham Picture House

Special Screening of "Free to Run" and Q&A with running legends Dr. Norbert Sander and George Hirsch, September 8, 6:30pm

 Annual "Picnic in the Park," September 17, with special vieiwing and guest (to be announced!)

Films change daily

The latest films & events showing at the Pelham Picture House

Bartow-Pell Museum

Sunset Classical Concert, September 15, 7-8pm

Garden Centennial Exhibit, celebrating 100 years of the Bartow-Pell Gardens by Delano & Aldrich.  Through November 2.

Local Author Spotlight:  Richard Zachs presents his latest book, "Chasing the Last Laugh:  Mark Twain's Raucous & Redemptive Around-The_World Tour," September 29, 7:30pm 

Yoga in the Orangeries, Fridays.

Details on these and other Activities at Bartow-Pell

Other Activities

Pelham Library, Tuesday Story Time (for children 3-5), 10:30, Chess Instruction & "Meet the Animals"

More Activities at Pelham Library

Pelham Town Summer Concert Series at the Gazebo, Monday Evenings, 7:30-9pm, June to September 1

NYAC Travers Island

 Opening Day, Memorial Day Weekend with summer children's day camp and other junior programs in soccer, swimming, rowing, tennis, water polo and more. 

NYAC Juniors Programs

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Arthur L. Scinta, Esq.
Providing a personal introduction to the Town of Pelham and Westchester County.
Agent Direct:  914.738.2004
 Associate Broker
Houlihan Lawrence, Inc.
1 Pelhamwood Avenue, Pelham, New York
Arthur Scinta is Pelham's former Mayor and the number one ranked real estate agent in Pelham in total sales 2005-2014.  He is an associate real estate broker with Houlihan Lawrence,Westchester County's largest residential real estate firm and has been an active member of the Pelham community for the last 22 years, 
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