Tuxedo Real Estate

    Living in Tuxedo, NY

    Named after the Lenape word Tucseto, meaning “place of the bear” or “clear flowing water,” Tuxedo was settled by European-American colonists as early as the 1700s. Tuxedo also features the gated community, Tuxedo Park, a haven for high-profile moguls and wealthy businessmen.

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    Local Amenities
    Tuxedo features five different hamlets: Arden, Eagle Valley, Indian Hill, Southfields, and Sterling Forest.
    Looking for a bite to eat? Try Tuxedo Sushi for some Japanese cuisine!  Tuxedo is home to the annual New York Renaissance Faire, which runs eight weekends beginning the first weekend of August.

    Schools
    Children in Tuxedo attend the George Grant Mason School for kindergarten to eighth grade, and the George F. Baker High School for ninth to twelfth grade.

    Places of Worship
    Saint Mary’s Episcopal Church
    Our Lady Mount Carmel
    Iglesia Alianza Cristiana

    Transportation
    Train service is provided by NJ Transit from the Tuxedo Station to the Hoboken Path Station, where you can transfer to the World Trade Center PATH Station in lower Manhattan.