The Town of Somers is located in northeastern Westchester County and rests in an outstanding scenic area that has been long recognized for excellence in quality of life. In this visually appealing haven, single family residences and the extensive Heritage Hills community enjoy the benefits of over 100 acres of parkland.
Reis Park is a main activity center for Somers residents and offers athletic fields, court games, playgrounds, fitness and nature trails, a large picnic pavilion and a performance stage. Somer’s annual Fourth of July celebration at Reis Park is a much anticipated event not only for the fireworks, but for the sense of community it brings to the town.
Stuart’s Fruit Farm is the oldest working farm in Westchester County. Family-owned since 1828, the 6th generation of Stuart farmers tends to 200 acres of apple orchards, pumpkin fields and vegetable crops. In the fall, this attraction is the penultimate for apple pickers, with nine different varieties of apples.
For trivia buffs and historians, Somers holds the distinction as the birthplace of the world famous Barnum and Bailey Circus, which began with one elephant purchased in 1797 by Hachaliah Bailey. Somers Elephant Hotel is a National Historic Landmark.
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159 Heritage Hills features 1,780 sqft. of living space with 1 car attached garage. Large kitchen with breakfast nook and lots of storage space.
203 Briarwood Drive is a beautifully maintained contemporary raised ranch located in sought after Greenbriar. Set on a quiet cul-de-sac, the property backs up to green space with a very large, private yard.
4 Sutton Pl, Katonah PO is a gorgeously built 5 BR house located next to Angle Fly Preserve an exclusive 654 acres of preserved nature and beauty. The features include hardwood floors, gourmet kitchen, stone fireplace, mahogany porch, in-ground heated pool, home theater, wine cellar and much more.