ABOUT WYKAGYL PARK
Wykagyl consists primarily of sprawling, residential parks and planned communities built in the early to mid twentieth century, featuring large period-style homes and large well landscaped lots. Architectural styles include Elizabethan and Cotswold Tudors, Mediterranean-style villas, and classic colonials. Colonial, ranch and split level homes typical of the 1950s and 60's dominate the northernmost end of the community.
Living in WYKAGYL PARK
Wykagyl Park is a residential area in the city of New Rochelle, in Westchester County, New York. The area is located within the larger Wykagyl section of the city, bordered by the Wykagyl Country Club on the north, Wykagyl Crossways on the west, Paine Heights on the south and the Bayberry and Pine Ridge communities on the east.
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The Wykagyl Country Club was established in 1905, and rapid residential development soon followed.The streets of the community quickly filled in the 1920-30's with the sprawling Tudor, English, Mediterranean and Colonial style residences.
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