The naturally vibrant hamlet of Montrose, New York is located within the town of Cortlandt, New York in northwestern Westchester County.
Montrose is numbered among the several Cortlandt communities that cater to those wishing to escape the confines of small apartment living, and bask in the open spaces that northern Westchester County has to offer.
To that end, George's Island Park, located within Montrose, is a sprawling 208-acre featuring fantastic views of the Hudson River, natural tidal wetlands, wooded trails, picnicking, and boat access to the Hudson River. Also nearby are the 22-acre Sprout Brook Park featuring a man-made lake, volleyball courts, and swimming, as well as the Olympic-sized swimming pool at the Charles J. Cook Recreation Center.
Grand Central Terminal can be reached using the Cortlandt station. The Metro-North Railroad delivers passengers to New York in a little less than one hour.
Students in Montrose attend the Hendrick Hudson School District. This district serves a diverse group of students and has recently invested much effort in improving the condition of its schools — both physically and educationally.
Montrose offers characteristic Westchester County living, filled with activity and beautiful natural scenery.