The Region’s Finest

Pierson Lakes mirrors the reputation of Ramapo Township in Rockland County, a location ranked as one of the top places to live on the east coast by Money Magazine in 2011. Attracting home buyers with a distinct appreciation for the finer things in life, Pierson Lakes is home to families with children, professionals, and empty nesters, who choose to enjoy the conveniences and luxuries of living in an exclusive community.

With multitudes of parks and open spaces, the region is appealing to people of all ages. Just minutes away from Pierson Lakes are the Golf Digest award-winning Spook Rock Golf Course, the Harriman State Park, as well as an equestrian center, tennis courts, and much more.

Families with children are particularly drawn to the area due to the fact that the Ramapo Central School system, which accommodates the children of the Pierson Lakes community, does remarkably well in school rankings with excellent standardized test scores and rated an A+ by Niche.

Located in an enchanted corner of Rockland County, residents of the gated Pierson Lakes community enjoy easy access to Bergen and Passaic Counties in New Jersey, as well as to Westchester County via the new Tappan Zee Bridge and upstate New York. With a prized location, providing effortless access to two states, community residents enjoy the finest living right in New York City’s backyard.

New York City’s Backyard

What could be better than driving to New York City for a stylish evening out and returning back home to the serenity and silence of the countryside? The magical lure of the City is usually unavoidable for residents who turn to its hustle and bustle for professional, recreational or commercial purposes.

With New York City only 29 miles from Pierson Lakes and 3 train stations within a few miles, it is no wonder why homebuyers seeking safety and privacy turn to this exclusive community. The short driving distance is certainly a luxury, making a daily work commute ever-so-possible and attracting the movers and shakers of the region.

Legacy of the Land   

With a history as rich as its natural beauty, the territory forming the Pierson Lakes community is officially traced back to 1795 when Josiah Gilbert Pierson established an ancestral estate in the area. A prominent family in the development of Ramapo and its surroundings, the Piersons maintained ownership of the forested land for two hundred years.

Byron-Hill Homebuilders purchased the site from company predominantly owned by descendants of the Pierson family. Grasping hold of its legendary past, Byron-Hill utilized a “Continuous Architecture” plan for the Pierson Lakes estates. Accordingly, homes echo Colonial New England architecture through their separate wings, breezeways, and courtyards. Much attention is given to protecting and preserving the surrounding wildlife during and after construction.

Byron-Hill Homebuilders is proud to continue to fulfill the vision of the Piersons and the 25 existing homeowners in the first section.