"Picturesque town next to Scarsdale"
Part of the Westchester town of Greenburgh, most people get confused about where Greenville is and which areas it includes. A tiny area, Greenville includes parts of Edgemont, so some people consider the two to be the same. To make matters more confusing, Greenville is also right next to Scarsdale, so it is hard to tell whether some homes are in Greenville or Scarsdale. There are a number of things that make Greensville an attractive place to live. First of all, it is somewhat affordable, compared to Manhattan or even some of its closer and more affluent neighbors, such as Scarsdale. Still, don’t take this to mean that Greenville is cheap; it isn’t. Greenville is also a pretty short commute to midtown Manhattan; if you take the MetroNorth, it only takes about half an hour. Another attractive quality is that Greenville boasts an excellent public school district. The schools are small and perform well. There are also a lot of great programs that students can participate in. The high school is often ranked on different “Best Schools” lists. The housing in Greenville is mostly condos, co-ops, and private homes. There are picturesque parks, a cute farmer’s market, and a nice library.