In the precolonial era, the area of present-day Briarcliff Manor was inhabited by a band of the Wappinger tribes of Native Americans, known as Sint Sincks (or "Sing Sings").
They owned territory as far north as the Croton River.
Walter William Law moved to the area and purchased lands during the 1890s.
Law developed the village, establishing schools, churches, parks, and the Briarcliff Lodge.
If you are looking for a serious relationship and want to someone to share your life with then message me and .. Let's love and live life as best as we can:)It is beautiful when you find someone that is in love with your mind.
) of land on the east bank of the Hudson River, geographically shared by the towns of Mount Pleasant and Ossining.
It has a low crime rate: a 2012 study found it had the second-lowest in the state.
In the New York State Legislature it is split between the New York State Assembly's 95th and 92nd districts, and the New York Senate's 38th and 40th districts.
Briarcliff Manor includes the communities of Scarborough and Chilmark, and is served by the Scarborough station of the Metro-North Railroad's Hudson Line.
A section of the village, including buildings and homes covering 376 acres (152 ha), is part of the Scarborough Historic District and was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1984.