Settled by the refugee Huguenots from France in 1688, New Rochelle maintains a significant French population to this day. New Rochelle's downtown is one of Westchester's only major urban centers. It features a number of renowned restaurants, a fabulous library, and is home to Iona College and New Roc City.
Beautiful neighborhoods, great schools, delicious restaurants and a rich cultural history make New Rochelle an ideal place to call home. New Rochelle is experiencing unprecedented economic growth and revitalization. The City has a collection of parklands and nature preserves, and many community events. The beautiful waterfront offers an abundance of water recreation.
What To Expect:
Bustling Downtown, with easy access to New York City and Sound
A vibrant downtown known for street fairs, and history, to the estates and beach clubs of its shoreline, New Rochelle lives up to its nickname, "The Queen City of the Sound."
You'll Fall In Love With:
tree-lined neighborhoods, proximity to parks, the Long Island Sound
Available Homes in New Rochelle
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