Living in the Town of Pelham
Our Location- Pelham is a suburb in Westchester County and is located approximately 14 miles northeast of Manhattan. This is particularly attractive to New York City commuters as the Metro North Station offers an express train that arrives in 29 minutes in Grand Central Station. Pelham is one of the more southerly located Westchester Town's.
Our Population and Local Government- According to the 2010 census the total population was 12,396. The Town of Pelham consists of two separate independently incorporated villages, the Village of Pelham and the Village of Pelham Manor. Each has their own separate village governments, fire departments and police departments. However, they share the same school district.
Our Schools- The Town of Pelham has four Elementary Schools, Colonial, Hutchinson, Prospect Hill and Siwanoy. All four schools funnel into the Pelham Middle School and the Pelham Memorial High School. The district reports a total enrollment of 2,907 students with an average class size of 19 students. 96% of the High School graduates attend college with 66% entering the top three tiers of competitive schools.
Recreation- The Town of Pelham has a very active Recreation Department that offers numerous activities for people of all ages. Children participate in soccer leagues, Little League baseball, travel sports and summer camps. The Pelham Senior Citizens meet every Monday at 1 pm at the Town House on Fifth Avenue. They have frequent guest speakers, play cards, bingo, take planned trips to places like the Broadway Theater and the casinos.
Our Houses- The median sales price of a home in Pelham in 2017 was $930,000. A total of 145 single family houses were sold. As of April 7, 2018 there were 43 single family houses listed for sale with a range of value from $455,000 to $2,850,000. Please contact us for more information.