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The Property and Surrounding Area
The Club, located 30 miles north of Manhattan, is being developed in the heart of Westchester County’s Briarcliff Manor, as a premier retirement community. The 59 acres dedicated to The Club has undeniable natural beauty with elevation changes that naturally frame an Upper Village and Lower Village.
Mature trees and scenic vistas retain the original landscaping designed by Frederick Law Olmsted, renowned landscape architect of Central Park. A variety of walking trails allow for enjoyment of the picturesque scenery. The Club also features design elements reminiscent of the former Briarcliff Lodge, a world-class vacation destination that was established on the site in 1902.
The idyllic location of The Club will allow you to enjoy retirement living by exploring the charming family-owned shops, restaurants and cafés, as well as the diverse entertainment in Westchester County. From the Jacob Burns Film Center and the Caramoor Center for Music and the Arts to the Rockefeller State Park Preserve, you can plan your day as you please.
To complement your active retirement lifestyle, other exciting activities in Westchester include performances at the Westchester Philharmonic, lectures and classes at institutions of higher learning, trips to museums and world-class shopping. The concierge will be able to assist you with making reservations at restaurants and securing tickets to a range of concerts and other venues. Whether home or away, you will have access to exceptional events and recreation.
The Hudson Line of Westchester County’s Metro-North train service stops at the Scarborough Station, less than two miles from The Club, and provides a short, 44-minute commute to Grand Central Station in Manhattan, so you can avail yourself of the many rich cultural offerings in New York City. The Club at Briarcliff Manor will have regularly scheduled transportation to the train station, as well as to a variety of area appointments and events.