Just 35 miles from midtown Manhattan, Croton-on-Hudson is an idyllic retreat sitting at the confluence of the Croton and Hudson Rivers. But don’t mistake the country retreat for some sleepy little village, visitors find the 5-square mile town is packed with history, outdoor fun, and plenty of good things to eat. Part of the town of Cortlandt, the small River Village is home to restaurants, local businesses, and a wonderful arts-centric community. Devoted to supporting small businesses and fostering community growth, local landmarks have been in Croton for many years, and the beloved locations show no sign of leaving. The small size of the area is evident, as it is not uncommon to run into one – or five – friends on your way to pick up your morning coffee. Art programs, such as the Croton Academy of Arts, are heavily attended, as is the annual Summerfest festival, which is an all-day affair that hosts crafters and musicians from the local area. Though a small village without many frills, Croton offers its community a unique and vibrant feel unmatched by any other area in the County.
Croton On Hudson Listings Summary
Croton On Hudson - Town
vs. County Stats
Avg Year Built in Croton On Hudson: 1922
/ County Avg 1956