Westchester County, named after the city of Chester, England, sits near the bottom corner of New York State. It's bordered by the Hudson River to the west, Putnam County to the north, Connecticut to the east, and Long Island to the south. Since the late 1800s, this county has seen rapid growth in population, primarily among upper-middle class home owners. Because of its rich history and location, many resale homes sport colonial influences in their designs, while new constructions feature more contemporary or eclectic styles.

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