Bedford Corners is a hamlet in the southeastern corner of the Town of Bedford. It is the newest of 4 hamlets in Bedford along with historical Katonah, Bedford Hills and the founding village of Bedford Village —established over 300 years ago when the area was contested between Greenwich, Connecticut and Westchester County around 1700. The famous Bedford Oak tree is at least 175 years old.
The area is nearly 100% residential homes with a concentration of commercial activity along South Bedford Road along the Mt. Kisco border and North Bedford Road, which has a major shopping center including a Target Department store and 10 other smaller stores. The area is served by three commuter rail Metro North train stations—Bedford Hills, Katonah and Mount Kisco—with regular service on the Metro North Harlem Line to New York's Grand Central Terminal approximately 40 miles south. Bedford Corners is 12 miles from the Westchester County Airport also known as "White Plains Airport" designated airport code "HPN". The City of White Plains lies 16 miles south of Bedford Corners.