Welcome to the Town of New Castle website. Whether you are one of our many long-time residents, have just moved in or you are visiting the Town, there is something for everyone in the hamlets of Chappaqua and Millwood.
From our beautiful parks (Gedney was voted best in Westchester in 2008) to historic landmarks (Horace Greeley's house awaits you!) and our welcoming merchants, we are sure you will want to stay awhile and return often.
Horace Greeley, founder of the New York Tribune, was America's foremost newspaper editor, author of several books, and a highly popular public lecturer. He ran unsuccessfully for president against incumbent Ulysses S Grant in 1872, and died within a month of the election. Greeley began assembling his 78-acre farm in 1853. It occupied much of what is now central Chappaqua, including the Horace Greeley House, the Robert E Bell Middle School, the Church of Saint Mary the Virgin, the Chappaqua Library, and the Chappaqua railroad station.