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Self-Storage in Westchester

If you’re looking for self-storage in Westchester, we’ve got you covered. 

With Long Island Sound to the southeast, the Hudson River to the west and Connecticut to the east, Westchester County is a picturesque part of New York. It was one of the original twelve counties of New York and has been in existence since 1683. 

Westchester County is home to Yonkers, New Rochelle, Mount Vernon, (yes, George Washington’s Mount Vernon) and Peekskill (where Crayola crayons were first created).

Curious to learn more about Westchester? Read on.

The Westchester Community

Located on Long Island Sound and the Hudson River, Westchester County has always been an important trade route for transporting goods both to and from NYC. 

People with loyalties on both sides of the American Revolutionary War called Westchester County home. The Battle of White Plains in 1776 was a significant event in the war, and the capture of British spy Major John André (buddy to Benedict Arnold) happened in Tarrytown in 1780. 

Later on, Tarrytown was also a stop on the Underground Railroad. 

Westchester has seen its share of presidents, too. In addition to George Washington, John F. Kennedy (35th president) lived in Bronxville as a youth, Barbara Bush (wife of 41st president George H.W. Bush) was born in Rye and 42nd president Bill Clinton calls Chappaqua home. 
Celebrities Richard Gere, Bea Arthur, Ryan Reynolds and Blake Lively, and Mary J. Blige have all called Westchester County home. Washington Irving’s “The Legend of Sleepy Hollow” was modeled after the Westchester village of North Tarrytown, which later changed its name to Sleepy Hollow. 

If you're in Westchester, you can even tour the river-front home of John D. Rockefeller if you want to see how the other half (or rather, top 1%) lives!

Wondering if Westchester County is a good place to live? We checked out the best neighborhoods in Westchester for you. 

Storage Post Self-Storage Facilities Near Westchester

We have several Storage Post self-storage facilities in the Westchester area, so we’re sure to have a nearby location to meet your needs:

Self-Storage at 858 Pelham Parkway, Pelham, NY 10803
Self-Storage at 131 Saw Mill River Road, Yonkers, NY 10701
Self-Storage at 363 Huguenot Street, New Rochelle, NY 10801

Why Choose Storage Post?

If you live in Westchester then chances are you enjoy outdoor activities, and the county's proximity to Long Island Sound and the Hudson River means lots of boating and fishing. 

You can also hike up to the Old Croton Dam to see the first masonry dam in the US, and there is nothing prettier than the leaves changing colors in the fall. 

All that outdoor activity requires plenty of gear, so it’s a good thing Storage Post has a variety of self-storage unit sizes to meet your needs.  

Many of our Storage Post locations offer 24-hour access and drive-up units, and all our locations have state of the art security measures such as digital access codes, 24/7/365 security cameras, bright, motion-activated lighting and fenced and gated facilities. It’s not really spying if we tell you about it first, right?

In honor of the safety elevator that was invented in Yonkers in 1853 by Elisha Otis, many of our locations also have elevators, which you can access with your digital access code.

We do our best to ensure your possessions are protected and that includes doing our best to ensure that there are no unwanted critters, creepy crawlies or rodents living rent-free in your units. We keep our units spic and span and have regular exterminator visits. 

Not to mention, we have climate-controlled units to ensure temperatures stay consistent throughout the seasons.

Why not drop into one of our convenient locations and talk to our friendly staff about how self-storage can help you live life in Westchester County! 

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