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Avalon Ossining
217 N Highland Ave
Ossining, NY
1 Bedroom
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2 Bedrooms
$3,295
1388 sqft
3 Bedrooms
$3,345
1366 sqft
Last updated October 27 at 12:05 PM
Convenient Route 9 location near hospital, dining, schools. New apartments have modern features like fireplace, in-unit laundry, walk-in closets and more. Pet friendly. Amenities include pool, gym, playground, fire pit and game room.
Results within 5 miles of Croton-on-Hudson
1 Unit Available
20 Blauvelt Avenue
20 Blauvelt Avenue
West Haverstraw, NY
1 Bedroom
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3 Bedrooms
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4 Bedrooms
$3,150
1800 sqft
Last updated October 27 at 11:42 PM
COMPLETELY RENOVATED APARTMENT! Unique 1st floor apartment with all the right touches.
1 Unit Available
90 Ringgold Street
90 Ringgold Street
Peekskill, NY
1 Bedroom
$2,750
745 sqft
Last updated October 27 at 11:42 PM
Senior Living at its Best Located in historic Peekskill, New York, and overlooking the spectacular Hudson River, Drum Hill Senior Living Community provides an innovative housing option for those 62 years of age and over.
1 Unit Available
97 Main Street
97 Main Street
Ossining, NY
1 Bedroom
$1,950
950 sqft
Last updated October 27 at 11:42 PM
GREAT BUILDING located in the Main Street Plaza in the heart of downtown Ossining with beautiful Deluxe 1 Bedroom Apartments with amazing views of the river, large Living Room/Dining Room w/magestic columns, hardwood floors throughout, security
1 Unit Available
30 N Route 9W
30 N Route 9w
Rockland County, NY
1 Bedroom
$1,625
450 sqft
Last updated October 27 at 11:42 PM
STOP HERE FOR FLEXIBLE OPTIONS! Selling your home and don t know where to go? In between housing? Have a personal situation that is causing the need for you to move? No worries! This may be the answer! Offering 6-12 month stays and shorter terms,
1 Unit Available
31 Hidden Hollow Lane
31 Hidden Hollow Ln
Westchester County, NY
4 Bedrooms
$5,900
2855 sqft
Last updated October 27 at 11:42 PM
Welcome to Hidden Hollow, Westchester's little get away that is close to all. This home is definitely a permanent oasis with water views of the pond right across the street.
1 Unit Available
1840 Crompond Road
1840 Crompond Road
Peekskill, NY
1 Bedroom
$1,500
700 sqft
Last updated October 27 at 11:42 PM
FULLY AVAILABLE! Absolutely Beautiful, Easy Access One Bedroom Co-Op, located in quiet, sought after Stomegate. Two large walk in closets with plenty of storage as well as a storage area located in Bldg. 8. Common laundry room located in each bldg.
1 Unit Available
14 Tuxedo Lane
14 Tuxedo Lane
Congers, NY
3 Bedrooms
$3,200
2167 sqft
Last updated October 27 at 11:42 PM
Would you like to wake up every morning and see a beautiful lake waterfront view off of your very own balcony? Then this is the rental for you! Come See This Beautiful Townhouse with so much to offer. Corner lot and flooded with Natural Light.
1 Unit Available
1 New York Avenue
1 New York Avenue
Congers, NY
2 Bedrooms
$1,800
850 sqft
Last updated October 27 at 11:42 PM
Recently updated 2 bedroom, 1 bath apartment. Hardwood floors, updated bath, updated kitchen and off-street parking. Located just steps from Rockland Lake State Park and easy acces to Rt. 9W and Rt. 303.
1 Unit Available
1 Beecher Lane
1 Beecher Lane
Peekskill, NY
1 Bedroom
$1,650
850 sqft
Last updated October 27 at 11:42 PM
Nice Quiet location close to everything! Large furniture is not a problem. Huge Living Room/ Dining Area and Large Bedroom with separate entrance. SOHO living with this bi-level apartment. New front doors, screen doors, recess lighting.
1 Unit Available
13 Gates Avenue
13 Gates Avenue
Ossining, NY
2 Bedrooms
$2,300
880 sqft
Last updated October 27 at 11:42 PM
Move right into this bright & beautiful, freshly painted 2 BR unit with Dining Room/Den. Updated eat in kitchen with stainless steel appliances and granite countertops. Extra 200 Sq Ft in attic for storage. Hardwood floors throughout.
1 Unit Available
216 River Road
216 River Road
Briarcliff Manor, NY
5 Bedrooms
$10,000
4523 sqft
Last updated October 27 at 11:42 PM
This Georgian Colonial masterpiece, built in 1929 and designed by renowned architect Richard Henry Dana, has spectacular Hudson River views and is within a short distance of the Scarborough train station and just 44 minutes to Grand Central Station
1 Unit Available
11 Hudson St
11 Hudson Street
Ossining, NY
2 Bedrooms
$3,500
1000 sqft
Last updated October 27 at 11:40 PM
Enjoy panoramic views of the Hudson River in this fully furnished 1 bedroom/1 bath plus private den. All utilities included! Electric, heat, Cable, WiFi. 60 days to 180 days lease term. 10 min walk to Scarborough Station.
1 Unit Available
89 North Malcolm Street
89 North Malcolm Street
Ossining, NY
3 Bedrooms
$2,395
960 sqft
Last updated October 27 at 11:37 AM
2 Available 11/15/20 Duplex Apt., 3 bed, 1 bath, Eat in kitchen, Large back yard (60' ft. x 25' ft.
1 Unit Available
69 Pocantico Rd
69 Pocantico Road
Ossining, NY
1 Bedroom
$1,000
140 sqft
Last updated October 27 at 07:05 AM
AVAILABLE (IMMEDIATELY) or November 1st 2020 - **HOUSE-SHARE** (THIS IS NOT AN APARTMENT) - 1 PRIVATE BEDROOM with shared MASTER BATHROOM FOR RENT.
Results within 10 miles of Croton-on-Hudson
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7 Units Available
Halstead Tarrytown
1202 Crescent Drive
Tarrytown, NY
1 Bedroom
$2,182
726 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$2,545
950 sqft
Last updated October 27 at 11:37 PM
Garden style apartments near I-87, Sawmill River Parkway and I-287. Just 14 miles north of Manhattan and a 36-minute train ride to Grand Central. Pet-friendly with parking and in-unit laundry.
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9 Units Available
The Henry Apartments
1 Crystal Hill Dr
Pomona, NY
1 Bedroom
$1,941
1289 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,999
1467 sqft
Last updated October 27 at 06:22 PM
On Rte. 202 adjacent to South Mountain County Park. Active residents enjoy the resort-style pool, modern fitness center, and indoor and outdoor basketball courts. Pet friendly units with hardwood floors and air conditioning.
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16 Units Available
The View on Nob Hill
32 Nob Hill Dr
Elmsford, NY
1 Bedroom
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2 Bedrooms
$2,265
855 sqft
3 Bedrooms
$3,450
1304 sqft
Last updated October 27 at 06:14 PM
Welcome to The View on Nob Hill, a residential community featuring one and two bedroom apartments in Elmsford, NY. Spacious layouts and exceptional service in an ideal location within close proximity to shopping, dining and entertainment options.
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109 Units Available
Alister Nanuet
100 Avalon Gardens Drive
Nanuet, NY
1 Bedroom
$1,850
977 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$2,255
1344 sqft
3 Bedrooms
$2,780
1438 sqft
Last updated October 27 at 06:04 PM
The first thing you'll notice when you visit Alister Nanuet is its lush green backdrop and cascading mountain views. Then, there's the sparkling pool with sundeck, fireside lounge, clubroom, bark park, playground, and sport court.
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6 Units Available
Avalon Green
500 Town Green Dr
Elmsford, NY
1 Bedroom
$2,160
872 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$2,495
1137 sqft
Last updated October 27 at 12:05 PM
These brand-new apartments and townhomes offer in-unit laundry, fireplaces and free cable. Community features include pool, trash valet, clubhouse and gym. Only 30 minutes from NYC and steps away from shopping and dining options.
1 Unit Available
56 Roundtree Circle
56 Roundtree Circle
Piermont, NY
2 Bedrooms
$2,350
1035 sqft
Last updated October 27 at 11:42 PM
Stop looking and start living in Piermont NY. This open and airy 2 bedroom, 1.5 bath 2nd floor condominium is roomy and conveniently located to major bridges and roadways.
1 Unit Available
35 White Plains Avenue
35 White Plains Avenue
Elmsford, NY
2 Bedrooms
$2,200
950 sqft
Last updated October 27 at 11:42 PM
Move In Ready!! You don't have to wait, its fully available. Step into this bright and sun-filled 2 Bedroom 1 bath apartment with a Large Living Room with a Brick Fire Place, a Formal Dining Room with a Picture Window.
1 Unit Available
4 Grey Beech Lane
4 Grey Beech Lane
Pomona, NY
5 Bedrooms
$4,800
1800 sqft
Last updated October 27 at 11:42 PM
Complete privacy & serenity on over 2.5 acres of a scenic, partially wooded retreat.
1 Unit Available
11 Secor Court
11 Secor Court
Pomona, NY
4 Bedrooms
$4,800
3138 sqft
Last updated October 27 at 11:42 PM
AVAILABLE FOR SHORT/LONG TERM! Beautiful Colonial located on a private Cul-de-sac, Spacious kitchen with granite counter tops and eat-in area.
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You can use the off-campus housing filters to find apartments near colleges located in or around Croton-on-Hudson. Some of the colleges and universities in the area include Concordia College-New York, Iona College, Mercy College, The College of New Rochelle, and Sarah Lawrence College.
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City Guide

Croton-on-Hudson
Given Croton-on-Hudson's beautiful location, many films and shows have been shot there, including NBC series 30 Rock and Kings, along with the Sylvester Stallone film Daylight.
Given Croton-on-Hudson's beautiful location, many films and shows have been shot there, including NBC series 30 Rock and Kings, along with the Sylvester Stallone film Daylight.

Croton-on-Hudson is known for its magnificent hillside homes overlooking the Hudson River, but that's not all. The town, closely situated to New York City, also features down to earth locals, access to breathtaking nature and an easygoing lifestyle. If you're looking to get home from work and to spend your weekend jumping into a lazy river with your kids or hiking in the beautiful Hudson Highlands, then Croton might just be the place for you. This guide will provide tips and suggestions to help you find a rental apartment in Croton-on-Hudson that fits all your needs,

Moving to Croton-on-Hudson

Real Estate Options

Croton-on-Hudson has a wide selection of Tudor houses, apartment complexes, and colonials. Most of the housing is single-family homes, but there is also a mix of two-family homes and multi-family homes as well. You will find the most expensive houses built along the hills of the shoreline to provide a magnificent view of the whole area. There are a number of small apartment buildings and condos in the village center that provide quick access to the train station. Just remember, any beaver homes you might see in the area aren't for sale.

Searching For a Bargain

There is a relatively low vacancy rate in Croton, but there are still usually plenty of apartments on the market. As a result, you may want to negotiate your way to a better apartment, especially if you have good credit and income coming in. There are also some 2 bedroom apartments that are reasonably priced that include Internet and laundry facilities. If you don't have many things, you can also find some places that have some furniture and modern kitchen appliances. That should help you unleash your inner-chef, and if not, you can always use the microwave.

Moving to Croton-on-Hudson

Remember that many of the homes in Croton are situated on a hillside. This could present problems for moving. In cases where your move could present a problem, it's probably a good idea to hire some extra help, especially if have you a lot of heavy belongings. It's not a good idea to pull your back on your first day in a new town.

Landlords and Brokers

Whether you're dealing with a landlord or broker, you're going to have to provide some information and documents before a contract is signed. It's standard to provide your ID, copies of pay stubs and undergo a credit check. Annoying but pretty much standard procedure.

Moving to Croton-on-Hudson
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Real Estate Options

Croton-on-Hudson has a wide selection of Tudor houses, apartment complexes, and colonials. Most of the housing is single-family homes, but there is also a mix of two-family homes and multi-family homes as well. You will find the most expensive houses built along the hills of the shoreline to provide a magnificent view of the whole area. There are a number of small apartment buildings and condos in the village center that provide quick access to the train station. Just remember, any beaver homes you might see in the area aren't for sale.

Searching For a Bargain

There is a relatively low vacancy rate in Croton, but there are still usually plenty of apartments on the market. As a result, you may want to negotiate your way to a better apartment, especially if you have good credit and income coming in. There are also some 2 bedroom apartments that are reasonably priced that include Internet and laundry facilities. If you don't have many things, you can also find some places that have some furniture and modern kitchen appliances. That should help you unleash your inner-chef, and if not, you can always use the microwave.

Moving to Croton-on-Hudson

Remember that many of the homes in Croton are situated on a hillside. This could present problems for moving. In cases where your move could present a problem, it's probably a good idea to hire some extra help, especially if have you a lot of heavy belongings. It's not a good idea to pull your back on your first day in a new town.

Landlords and Brokers

Whether you're dealing with a landlord or broker, you're going to have to provide some information and documents before a contract is signed. It's standard to provide your ID, copies of pay stubs and undergo a credit check. Annoying but pretty much standard procedure.

Croton-on-Hudson Neighborhoods

Croton-on-Hudson, with a population of 8,070, has three neighborhoods on the waterfront to choose from. Croton Village Center is by far the largest but the other two neighborhoods have their own charm. The town of Croton has shown that they are dedicated to improving the look of the town, adding a pedestrian bridge across the Croton River and a number of bicycle paths as well. No matter which neighborhood you call home, your kids will have quick access to Croton's school system. You can also rest easy knowing that Croton crime rates are lower than most other neighborhoods in New York.

Village Center: This area has the priciest homes, but there are still many deals to be found. In this area, you should have no problem to find a studio apartment or larger apartment.

Oscawana: You can find a charming apt for rent here as well as a number of single-family homes. The area is a little cheaper than the village center, so shop around for a decent bargain.

Grand St / Jacoby St: This area features single-family homes rent in a secluded area of Croton, making it a great place for nature lovers.

Croton-on-Hudson Neighborhoods
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Croton-on-Hudson, with a population of 8,070, has three neighborhoods on the waterfront to choose from. Croton Village Center is by far the largest but the other two neighborhoods have their own charm. The town of Croton has shown that they are dedicated to improving the look of the town, adding a pedestrian bridge across the Croton River and a number of bicycle paths as well. No matter which neighborhood you call home, your kids will have quick access to Croton's school system. You can also rest easy knowing that Croton crime rates are lower than most other neighborhoods in New York.

Village Center: This area has the priciest homes, but there are still many deals to be found. In this area, you should have no problem to find a studio apartment or larger apartment.

Oscawana: You can find a charming apt for rent here as well as a number of single-family homes. The area is a little cheaper than the village center, so shop around for a decent bargain.

Grand St / Jacoby St: This area features single-family homes rent in a secluded area of Croton, making it a great place for nature lovers.

Living in Croton-on-Hudson

Croton also has a decent transportation network. The Amtrak's Empire Service and the Metro-North Hudson line both stop at The Croton-Harmon station, providing useful connections to many places, including to New York City. One can reach Grand Central Station from Croton-Harmon station in about 50 minutes. Residents may want to invest in a car for maximum convenience, as it is difficult to get around otherwise.

Croton is not just about beautiful houses and pretty scenery but also has plenty of dining and shopping options. Umami Cafe is perfect for a gourmet meal while the Ocean House Oyster Bar should make just about any seafood lover jump for joy. There are plenty of small and independent stores in the area as well, adding another layer of charm to Croton living. Check out the superheroes at 3rd Universe Comics or grab an organic roast coffee at The Black Cow Coffee Company.

The Croton Point Park is a perfect spot to stop for a picnic. In fact, if you're still feeling hungry afterward, feel free to go fly-fishing in the nearby water for fresh stream trout. While rivers like the Hudson and Croton are beautiful, water plays another important role for the village. Croton is considered to have some of the best water in the Westchester area, with two aquifers providing plenty of pristine drinking water to residents.

Croton is the type of place that likes to celebrate and keep community members engaged. Great Hudson River Revival, with its environmental focus combined with plenty of folk music and art, is an annual event in Croton. There is plenty of history in the area as well, with numerous buildings in Croton such as the Van Cortlandt Manner registered as a National Historic Landmark. No matter why you choose to come to Croton, you're sure to want to stay for more than a while.

Living in Croton-on-Hudson
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Croton also has a decent transportation network. The Amtrak's Empire Service and the Metro-North Hudson line both stop at The Croton-Harmon station, providing useful connections to many places, including to New York City. One can reach Grand Central Station from Croton-Harmon station in about 50 minutes. Residents may want to invest in a car for maximum convenience, as it is difficult to get around otherwise.

Croton is not just about beautiful houses and pretty scenery but also has plenty of dining and shopping options. Umami Cafe is perfect for a gourmet meal while the Ocean House Oyster Bar should make just about any seafood lover jump for joy. There are plenty of small and independent stores in the area as well, adding another layer of charm to Croton living. Check out the superheroes at 3rd Universe Comics or grab an organic roast coffee at The Black Cow Coffee Company.

The Croton Point Park is a perfect spot to stop for a picnic. In fact, if you're still feeling hungry afterward, feel free to go fly-fishing in the nearby water for fresh stream trout. While rivers like the Hudson and Croton are beautiful, water plays another important role for the village. Croton is considered to have some of the best water in the Westchester area, with two aquifers providing plenty of pristine drinking water to residents.

Croton is the type of place that likes to celebrate and keep community members engaged. Great Hudson River Revival, with its environmental focus combined with plenty of folk music and art, is an annual event in Croton. There is plenty of history in the area as well, with numerous buildings in Croton such as the Van Cortlandt Manner registered as a National Historic Landmark. No matter why you choose to come to Croton, you're sure to want to stay for more than a while.

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City Guide

Croton-on-Hudson
Given Croton-on-Hudson's beautiful location, many films and shows have been shot there, including NBC series 30 Rock and Kings, along with the Sylvester Stallone film Daylight.
Given Croton-on-Hudson's beautiful location, many films and shows have been shot there, including NBC series 30 Rock and Kings, along with the Sylvester Stallone film Daylight.

Croton-on-Hudson is known for its magnificent hillside homes overlooking the Hudson River, but that's not all. The town, closely situated to New York City, also features down to earth locals, access to breathtaking nature and an easygoing lifestyle. If you're looking to get home from work and to spend your weekend jumping into a lazy river with your kids or hiking in the beautiful Hudson Highlands, then Croton might just be the place for you. This guide will provide tips and suggestions to help you find a rental apartment in Croton-on-Hudson that fits all your needs,

Moving to Croton-on-Hudson

Real Estate Options

Croton-on-Hudson has a wide selection of Tudor houses, apartment complexes, and colonials. Most of the housing is single-family homes, but there is also a mix of two-family homes and multi-family homes as well. You will find the most expensive houses built along the hills of the shoreline to provide a magnificent view of the whole area. There are a number of small apartment buildings and condos in the village center that provide quick access to the train station. Just remember, any beaver homes you might see in the area aren't for sale.

Searching For a Bargain

There is a relatively low vacancy rate in Croton, but there are still usually plenty of apartments on the market. As a result, you may want to negotiate your way to a better apartment, especially if you have good credit and income coming in. There are also some 2 bedroom apartments that are reasonably priced that include Internet and laundry facilities. If you don't have many things, you can also find some places that have some furniture and modern kitchen appliances. That should help you unleash your inner-chef, and if not, you can always use the microwave.

Moving to Croton-on-Hudson

Remember that many of the homes in Croton are situated on a hillside. This could present problems for moving. In cases where your move could present a problem, it's probably a good idea to hire some extra help, especially if have you a lot of heavy belongings. It's not a good idea to pull your back on your first day in a new town.

Landlords and Brokers

Whether you're dealing with a landlord or broker, you're going to have to provide some information and documents before a contract is signed. It's standard to provide your ID, copies of pay stubs and undergo a credit check. Annoying but pretty much standard procedure.

Moving to Croton-on-Hudson
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Real Estate Options

Croton-on-Hudson has a wide selection of Tudor houses, apartment complexes, and colonials. Most of the housing is single-family homes, but there is also a mix of two-family homes and multi-family homes as well. You will find the most expensive houses built along the hills of the shoreline to provide a magnificent view of the whole area. There are a number of small apartment buildings and condos in the village center that provide quick access to the train station. Just remember, any beaver homes you might see in the area aren't for sale.

Searching For a Bargain

There is a relatively low vacancy rate in Croton, but there are still usually plenty of apartments on the market. As a result, you may want to negotiate your way to a better apartment, especially if you have good credit and income coming in. There are also some 2 bedroom apartments that are reasonably priced that include Internet and laundry facilities. If you don't have many things, you can also find some places that have some furniture and modern kitchen appliances. That should help you unleash your inner-chef, and if not, you can always use the microwave.

Moving to Croton-on-Hudson

Remember that many of the homes in Croton are situated on a hillside. This could present problems for moving. In cases where your move could present a problem, it's probably a good idea to hire some extra help, especially if have you a lot of heavy belongings. It's not a good idea to pull your back on your first day in a new town.

Landlords and Brokers

Whether you're dealing with a landlord or broker, you're going to have to provide some information and documents before a contract is signed. It's standard to provide your ID, copies of pay stubs and undergo a credit check. Annoying but pretty much standard procedure.

Croton-on-Hudson Neighborhoods

Croton-on-Hudson, with a population of 8,070, has three neighborhoods on the waterfront to choose from. Croton Village Center is by far the largest but the other two neighborhoods have their own charm. The town of Croton has shown that they are dedicated to improving the look of the town, adding a pedestrian bridge across the Croton River and a number of bicycle paths as well. No matter which neighborhood you call home, your kids will have quick access to Croton's school system. You can also rest easy knowing that Croton crime rates are lower than most other neighborhoods in New York.

Village Center: This area has the priciest homes, but there are still many deals to be found. In this area, you should have no problem to find a studio apartment or larger apartment.

Oscawana: You can find a charming apt for rent here as well as a number of single-family homes. The area is a little cheaper than the village center, so shop around for a decent bargain.

Grand St / Jacoby St: This area features single-family homes rent in a secluded area of Croton, making it a great place for nature lovers.

Croton-on-Hudson Neighborhoods
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Croton-on-Hudson, with a population of 8,070, has three neighborhoods on the waterfront to choose from. Croton Village Center is by far the largest but the other two neighborhoods have their own charm. The town of Croton has shown that they are dedicated to improving the look of the town, adding a pedestrian bridge across the Croton River and a number of bicycle paths as well. No matter which neighborhood you call home, your kids will have quick access to Croton's school system. You can also rest easy knowing that Croton crime rates are lower than most other neighborhoods in New York.

Village Center: This area has the priciest homes, but there are still many deals to be found. In this area, you should have no problem to find a studio apartment or larger apartment.

Oscawana: You can find a charming apt for rent here as well as a number of single-family homes. The area is a little cheaper than the village center, so shop around for a decent bargain.

Grand St / Jacoby St: This area features single-family homes rent in a secluded area of Croton, making it a great place for nature lovers.

Living in Croton-on-Hudson

Croton also has a decent transportation network. The Amtrak's Empire Service and the Metro-North Hudson line both stop at The Croton-Harmon station, providing useful connections to many places, including to New York City. One can reach Grand Central Station from Croton-Harmon station in about 50 minutes. Residents may want to invest in a car for maximum convenience, as it is difficult to get around otherwise.

Croton is not just about beautiful houses and pretty scenery but also has plenty of dining and shopping options. Umami Cafe is perfect for a gourmet meal while the Ocean House Oyster Bar should make just about any seafood lover jump for joy. There are plenty of small and independent stores in the area as well, adding another layer of charm to Croton living. Check out the superheroes at 3rd Universe Comics or grab an organic roast coffee at The Black Cow Coffee Company.

The Croton Point Park is a perfect spot to stop for a picnic. In fact, if you're still feeling hungry afterward, feel free to go fly-fishing in the nearby water for fresh stream trout. While rivers like the Hudson and Croton are beautiful, water plays another important role for the village. Croton is considered to have some of the best water in the Westchester area, with two aquifers providing plenty of pristine drinking water to residents.

Croton is the type of place that likes to celebrate and keep community members engaged. Great Hudson River Revival, with its environmental focus combined with plenty of folk music and art, is an annual event in Croton. There is plenty of history in the area as well, with numerous buildings in Croton such as the Van Cortlandt Manner registered as a National Historic Landmark. No matter why you choose to come to Croton, you're sure to want to stay for more than a while.

Living in Croton-on-Hudson
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Croton also has a decent transportation network. The Amtrak's Empire Service and the Metro-North Hudson line both stop at The Croton-Harmon station, providing useful connections to many places, including to New York City. One can reach Grand Central Station from Croton-Harmon station in about 50 minutes. Residents may want to invest in a car for maximum convenience, as it is difficult to get around otherwise.

Croton is not just about beautiful houses and pretty scenery but also has plenty of dining and shopping options. Umami Cafe is perfect for a gourmet meal while the Ocean House Oyster Bar should make just about any seafood lover jump for joy. There are plenty of small and independent stores in the area as well, adding another layer of charm to Croton living. Check out the superheroes at 3rd Universe Comics or grab an organic roast coffee at The Black Cow Coffee Company.

The Croton Point Park is a perfect spot to stop for a picnic. In fact, if you're still feeling hungry afterward, feel free to go fly-fishing in the nearby water for fresh stream trout. While rivers like the Hudson and Croton are beautiful, water plays another important role for the village. Croton is considered to have some of the best water in the Westchester area, with two aquifers providing plenty of pristine drinking water to residents.

Croton is the type of place that likes to celebrate and keep community members engaged. Great Hudson River Revival, with its environmental focus combined with plenty of folk music and art, is an annual event in Croton. There is plenty of history in the area as well, with numerous buildings in Croton such as the Van Cortlandt Manner registered as a National Historic Landmark. No matter why you choose to come to Croton, you're sure to want to stay for more than a while.