The Upper Village was originally farms, and soon became Ossining’s first expansion area as it grew outward from the Old Village. In the mid 1800s, as some of the wealthy families of Ossining expanded, and since no hilltops with river views remained unbuilt, they built grand homes in the Upper Village. From here, one could easily walk to Main Street, their waterfront commercial holdings, and the trains.
Ellis Place is under consideration for the National Register of Historic Places. Much of the Upper Village was built between 1850 and 1910, with most of the rest being built in the 1920s. Most of these homes remain basically intact. The look is delightful, and from here you can walk to almost everything Ossining has to offer.
Pictures of the Upper Village
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