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Why do people choose ABC Movers as their #1 moving services provider in Briarcliff Manor?

Briarcliff Manor  is a suburban village in Westchester County, New York, around 30 miles (50 km) north of New York City.The village has grown from 331 people when established to 7,867 in the 2010 census.

History
Briarcliff Manor's original settlement was known as Whitson's Corners for brothers John H., Richard, and Reuben Whitson, who owned adjoining farms in the area totaling 400 acres (160 ha). Whitson's Corners was named after the corner of Pleasantville and South State Roads, where John H. Whitson's house, the Crossways, stood from 1820 until the 1940s. The Briarcliff Congregational Church's parish house currently stands at its former location.The neighboring community of Scarborough was known as Weskora until it was renamed in 1864, after resident William Kemey's ancestral hometown in Yorkshire.After the community was incorporated into Briarcliff Manor in 1906, the New York Central and Hudson River Railroad put up a sign reading "Briarcliff West" at the village's Scarborough station. Soon afterward, attributed to the neighborhood's pride over their name,that sign was thrown into the Hudson River and replaced with the original Scarborough sign.

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