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Popular Tuckahoe Apartments
Edgewater, New Jersey, 07020
1 Bedroom$2,059 - $3,842
2 Bedrooms$2,245 - $3,850
Englewood, New Jersey, 07631
1 Bedroom$1,550 - $1,925
2 Bedrooms$1,945 - $2,345
3 Bedrooms$2,530 - $2,855
Edgewater, New Jersey, 07020
1 Bedroom$2,315 - $3,465
2 Bedrooms$3,010 - $6,555
3 Bedrooms$5,265 - $6,790
North Bergen, New Jersey, 07047
Studio/1 Bedroom$1,550 - $2,070
2 Bedrooms$3,349 - $4,100
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Tuckahoe apartments are ingeniously laid out near city points of interest and appealing during all four seasons - it doesn't matter what price range you are looking in, Tuckahoe has the ideal new apartment for you. Soon you will have no trouble at all getting around like a local in Tuckahoe, your new city!
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Yo, Yo Tuckahoe
Tuckahoe is a village in Westchester County, New York. This small village is on the Bronx River and borders Yonkers. Less than twenty miles from the Big Apple, it’s easy to commute into NYC for work or pleasure if you live in Tuckahoe. What a sweet place to call home!
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Tuckahoe Rental Trends
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Tally Ho, Tuckahoe!
There are some great parks, playgrounds, and trails in and around Tuckahoe that outdoorsy types can take advantage of. Parkway Oval Park has athletic fields, a playground, and access to a trail along the Bronx River. Another great park in the area is, Sprain Ridge Park. This park is home to a swimming complex, an arboretum, and miles of trails that take you through an enormous wooded area. There’s even a golf course here in case you enjoy hitting little balls into holes. If your blood runs green with fairway grass, you’ll want to check out the other courses in the area as well, including the Wykagyl Country Club, the Scarsdale Golf Club, and the Eastchester Lake Isle Park.
The Eastchester Recreation Department has a great variety of recreational opportunities for everyone in the family (though kids are the real stars here). With activities like tennis lessons, soccer games, field trips, and teen-friendly DJ Dance Nights, the department is sure to keep you and your kids busy.
Back in the day, marble was found in Tuckahoe. Before long, this sleepy village grew into a busy quarry town that was known for its beautiful, high-quality slabs of stone. Some of the marble quarried in Tuckahoe was used in famous buildings, including the arch at Washington Square Park, St. Patrick’s Cathedral, and the New York City Public Library. The Washington Monument in Washington, D.C. may also contain a little bit of Tuckahoe marble. The Marble Masonic Historical Society, in downtown Tuckahoe, works to preserve the rich history of the marble industry and the town. Check them out if you’re interested in learning more about your new hometown.
Big Apple Access
Tuckahoe is pedestrian friendly and conveniently located less than twenty miles from Manhattan. You won’t need a car to get around town, but you won’t need a car if you’re commuting into the big city either, since you can easily take the train. Just pop into the Crestwood Station or the Tuckahoe Station, sit back, relax, and you’ll be in the Big Apple in no time. Even if you don’t have a job in the city, you can still enjoy easy access to all the fun and excitement of New York whenever you’d like—because who doesn’t want to get a taste of Manhattan every now and then? Broadway shows, museums, restaurants, entertainment, Central Park: the list goes on and on. This is the city that never sleeps, after all.
Tuckahoe for You
Move into a new apartment in Tuckahoe and enjoy living in this charming, little village. Ready for your fun fact? The sitcom from the 1970s, Maude, was set in Tuckahoe. Get it on Netflix and have a Maude party in your new apartment! Perfection!
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