Croton-On-Hudson

Riverside Tranquility

Nestled alongside the widest portion of the Hudson River, Croton-On-Hudson is known for its stunning views, abundance of parkland and exceptional drinking water.
 

The Commute

Morning express trains from the Croton-Harmon station can arrive at Grand Central in as little as 46 minutes.

 

Parks & Rec

Croton's eight miles of riverfront are fully accessible to the public, and are host to a range of hikes and recreational activities.

 

Lifestyle

From motor-boating on the Hudson to jogging along its banks, outdoor enthusiasts can rejoice in this quaint village.

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Market Data for Croton-On-Hudson Real Estate

  May, 2017 April, 2017 May, 2016
Median sale price $652,500   0.2%   0.3%
Average sale price $770,400   0.6%   0.3%
Homes sold 8   1%   -0.1%
Average days on market 140   0%   2%
% of sale price to list price 99.6   0%   0%
Homes for sale 47   0%   -0.2%
Months of inventory 5.9   -0.5%   -0.1%
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A look around town

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