Geography and Size: Pemberwick is a quaint neighborhood just south and west of Glenville. Geographically, Pemberwick runs from just west of the western side of Weaver Street down to the Byram River and the New York border.
Parks/Playgrounds/Marinas/Beaches: Pemberwick features the 44 acre Pemberwick Park and the Yantorno Community Center for recreational and neighborhood activities. At the park there is a ball field, tennis courts, basketball and bocce courts. Playgrounds in the area are located at either Glenville or Western Middle schools, or the Western Greenwich Civic Center. All of these options are less than a mile from this neighborhood area. There are no marinas or beaches immediately in this area but there is some water recreation possible along the Byram River which crosses through Pemberwick, running from back-country, to Glenville’s ‘Mill” through Pemberwick and onward to Byram and Long Island Sound.
Membership Clubs with Facilities: There are no membership clubs with locations in this neighborhood section of located with the Pemberwick but there are others outside the immediate area that are easily accessible.
Shopping and Restaurants: Pemberwick is a residential area, thus the only shopping and food service in the area is a small general store on Pemberwick Road. The closest shopping and restaurants are less than a mile from central Pemberwick in the ‘hub’ of Glenville.
Nearby Transportation: The closest train stations to Pemberwick are either the station in central Portchester, New York or the Greenwich Station. The closest major roadway is West Putnam Avenue (Route #1), while the Merritt Parkway is no more than one mile away in western Glenville and Interstate 95 is less than one mile away in Byram. There are buses that pass by Pemberwick daily with the closest stop being at West Putnam Avenue and Byram Road. Travel time to mid-town Manhattan, no matter the mode of transportation, is between 35 and 55 minutes. Stamford, Connecticut is no more than 20 minutes away.