Located about 30 miles from Manhattan, this 4.8 square mile village is part of the larger town of Cortlandt. Although the train station is large and boasts lots of parking, the distance between the station and the village would not be considered an easy walk. The upper village’s main drag is Grand Street, where you will find restaurants, an excellent pub, The Croton Tapsmith, its very own coffee roaster, The Black Cow, and possibly the best ice cream shop ever, The Blue Pig. A little further afield, along South Riverside, discover even more dining options and the local bakery favorite Baked by Susan. Of course, the restaurant that keeps me personally coming back to Croton over and over is Raga Indian Cuisine, truly a find if you love Indian cuisine. Croton Gorge Park, Croton Point Park and Silver Lake are just a few of the many outdoor spots to enjoy the natural beauty of the area. For exercise enthusiasts, you can access the Old Croton Trail, a 26.2 mile trail for walkers, runners and bikers. With a population of over 8,000 the Croton real estate market is active. If you are considering buying a home in Croton, familiarize yourself with the inventory so that you can act quickly when an interesting house gets listed. Peak trains to NYC run often and will get you there in under an hour, making it an ideal commuter town. For a bit of background, the village is Croton-on-Hudson but the train station bears the name Croton-Harmon in honor of Clifford Harmon, a real estate developer who stipulated in the deed to the property sold to NY Central Railroad that the station must always bear his name.

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