Croton-on-Hudson

Westchester County, New York

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The vibrant village of Croton-On-Hudson, with its highly rated schools, upscale suburban atmosphere and wealth of restaurants and recreation, is among the best places to live in New York.

Located in the town of Cortlandt in Westchester County, Croton-on-Hudson is home to 8,000 residents who enjoy the ease of living and natural beauty of the area, which comprises 10.8 square miles. Situated on the scenic Hudson River, the village boasts a plethora of parks, recreation and reservoir areas, transportation options, eateries and popular annual cultural events for all ages and interests.
At the heart of the community is the 508-acre Croton Point Park, situated on a large peninsula in the Tappan Zee segment of the Hudson River. Attractions include a boat launch, beach, pavilions, playground, swimming area and tent and RV camping. Residents and visitors enjoy walking its trails, cross-country skiing, fishing, picnicking and visiting the on-site museum. History buffs are drawn to the park’s historic sites, including a set of wine cellars that once belonged in a local manor house.
The village is known for its highly-anticipated annual events including the Great Hudson River Revival, a popular environmental-themed festival held at Croton Point Park featuring folk music and art. Croton-on-Hudson is also home to an annual Summerfest, the Harry Chapin Run Against Hunger and the Blaze, an event at the historic Van Cortlandt Manor on weekends in October featuring thousands of carved pumpkins.
Commuters enjoy the convenience of the Croton-Harmon Train Station located in Veterans Plaza. The village, situated about an hour’s drive from New York City, is a stop for several Amtrak routes, as well as the MTA’s Metro-North Hudson Line Service. Croton-on-Hudson is served by U.S. Route 9, NY Route 9A and N.Y. Route 129.

Located in the town of Cortlandt in Westchester County, Croton-on-Hudson is home to 8,000 residents who enjoy the ease of living and natural beauty of the area, which comprises 10.8 square miles. Situated on the scenic Hudson River, the village boasts a plethora of parks, recreation and reservoir areas, transportation options, eateries and popular annual cultural events for all ages and interests.
At the heart of the community is the 508-acre Croton Point Park, situated on a large peninsula in the Tappan Zee segment of the Hudson River. Attractions include a boat launch, beach, pavilions, playground, swimming area and tent and RV camping. Residents and visitors enjoy walking its trails, cross-country skiing, fishing, picnicking and visiting the on-site museum. History buffs are drawn to the park’s historic sites, including a set of wine cellars that once belonged in a local manor house.
The village is known for its highly-anticipated annual events including the Great Hudson River Revival, a popular environmental-themed festival held at Croton Point Park featuring folk music and art. Croton-on-Hudson is also home to an annual Summerfest, the Harry Chapin Run Against Hunger and the Blaze, an event at the historic Van Cortlandt Manor on weekends in October featuring thousands of carved pumpkins.
Commuters enjoy the convenience of the Croton-Harmon Train Station located in Veterans Plaza. The village, situated about an hour’s drive from New York City, is a stop for several Amtrak routes, as well as the MTA’s Metro-North Hudson Line Service. Croton-on-Hudson is served by U.S. Route 9, NY Route 9A and N.Y. Route 129.

Located in the town of Cortlandt in Westchester County, Croton-on-Hudson is home to 8,000 residents who enjoy the ease of living and natural beauty of the area, which comprises 10.8 square miles. Situated on the scenic Hudson River, the village boasts a plethora of parks, recreation and reservoir areas, transportation options, eateries and popular annual cultural events for all ages and interests.
At the heart of the community is the 508-acre Croton Point Park, situated on a large peninsula in the Tappan Zee segment of the Hudson River. Attractions include a boat launch, beach, pavilions, playground, swimming area and tent and RV camping. Residents and visitors enjoy walking its trails, cross-country skiing, fishing, picnicking and visiting the on-site museum. History buffs are drawn to the park’s historic sites, including a set of wine cellars that once belonged in a local manor house.
The village is known for its highly-anticipated annual events including the Great Hudson River Revival, a popular environmental-themed festival held at Croton Point Park featuring folk music and art. Croton-on-Hudson is also home to an annual Summerfest, the Harry Chapin Run Against Hunger and the Blaze, an event at the historic Van Cortlandt Manor on weekends in October featuring thousands of carved pumpkins.
Commuters enjoy the convenience of the Croton-Harmon Train Station located in Veterans Plaza. The village, situated about an hour’s drive from New York City, is a stop for several Amtrak routes, as well as the MTA’s Metro-North Hudson Line Service. Croton-on-Hudson is served by U.S. Route 9, NY Route 9A and N.Y. Route 129.

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19-21 Finney Farm Road
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17 Finney Farm Road
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1003 Half Moon Bay Drive
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1216 Albany Post Road
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21 Arrowcrest Drive
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710 Half Moon Bay Drive
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July 2020

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