It has long been a crucial component of the vibrant educational and cultural activity in Westchester County.
It occupies an area of roughly an acre and a half and is situated where the famous Battle of White Plains took place.
It has an extensive wine list that features unusual Australian blends, South African cabernet sauvignons, and French red Burgundies.
It is a farmhouse in White Plains that was constructed in the eighteenth century in the Rhode Island style.
The two-story, three-bay home was built in the American Foursquare design and has a pyramidal hipped roof.
It provides foods created from scratch along with daily-made bread and upscale pastries.
There are numerous facilities there, including a vast network of trails that wind through gorgeously developed hardwood forests.