Nearly 130 people have taken up residency in this enviable corner of Westchester County called Croton Falls.
The hamlet of Croton Falls, New York is situated within the bounds of North Salem, in northeast Westchester County. The area is noted for its wide open spaces and rolling hills, as well as its celebrity residents, such as David Letterman. The privacy that Croton Falls affords is well worth the sacrifice of conveniences that larger towns and cities offer. Instead of big box stores shopping plazas, and cinemas, Croton Falls features lush green fields, split-rail fences, and outdoor clubs.
Other attractions in Croton Falls include the Schoolhouse Theater, a non-profit theater located in the former Croton Falls Elementary School. The theater promotes expression of many art forms, including stage acting, directing, and other visual arts. Season subscriptions are available.
Children in Croton Falls attend the North Salem School District.
The Metro North Railroad Harlem Line is located on Main Street and transports commuters from the tiny Croton Falls station to Grand Central Terminal in 1 hour and 16 minutes.