Croton-on-Hudson Offers Spectacular Beauty

Croton-on-Hudson Offers Spectacular Beauty

Croton-on-Hudson is located in Westchester County, New York and was incorporated in 1898. The area was inhabited for thousands of years prior, as the land was home to the Kitchawanc Indian tribe and then was settled in 1645 by Dutch settlers and English Quakers.

Known for its stunning views, Croton-on-Hudson is situated on the Hudson River at its widest portion. Its residents enjoy access to vast parklands, and the region is known for its exceptional drinking water. Families can spend time boating, joggers can run along the Hudson, and commuters have just a 45-minute commute to Grand Central via from the Croton-Harmon station via their morning express trains.


7,606 people live in Croton-on-Hudson, and these are dispersed among 2,798 households, with a total of 2,050 families in the area. The population density is calculated to be an average of 1,601 denizens per square mile.

38% of homes have children below the age of 18, and 62% are comprised of married couples. 22% are made up of individuals, and 7% of the time, these are above the age of 65. 26% of homes are made up of nonfamilies and 8% have a female head of home with no husband present.

Real Estate

Currently, there are 70 homes available for purchase I Croton-on-Hudson, and the median price per square foot amounts to $257. The median list price is $529,000, and the number of available properties has increased by 8.5% over last year. Even so, the cost of buying a house in this area has decreased by 4.5% during the same period.

Homes sell for, on average, 94% of the asking price, with an average down payment of 20%. 12 home were sold last months. Most homes stay on the market for 80 days and receive one offer before they are purchased.

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