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Irvington

Welcome to Irvington

This charming village falls in the string of coveted locations along the Hudson River, and has become a popular commuter town over the last two decades. Just 2.8-square miles, Irvington (pop. 6,587) has remained pleasantly frozen in another time, and has carefully dodged the encroachment of big box stores, chain grocers and multiplex theaters in favor of small shops, family-run restaurants and a classic taste of unpretentious Americana living just 40 minutes from the hustle and bustle of Manhattan. In 2010 Westchester magazine ranked Irvington #1 in its “Best Places to Live” issue.

Quick Facts

Population

6,559

Female

3,362

Male

3,219

  • White
    5,234
    79.4%
  • Hispanic
    541
    8.2%
  • Asian alone
    592
    9.0%
  • Black
    49
    0.7%
Median Home Price

$ 660,057

Average Income

$132,177

Median resident age

44 years

Irvington Schools

SchoolGradesSchool LevelState Ranking/# of SchoolsStudent/Teacher Ratio
Dows Lane (K-3) SchoolK-3Elementary–: –/–12
Irvington High School9-12High2017: 58/122111.7
Irvington Middle School6-8Middle2017: 51/145513.4
John Cardinal Oconnor School2-8Private–: –/–9
Main Street School School (4-5)4-5Elementary2017: 137/238613.1
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