Crotonville as recently described by one resident: “Crotonville is not an official place – it is more a state of mind.” Crotonville is situated on the south bank of the Croton River with the Old Albany Post Road, this segment of it connecting Philipsburg Manor and Van Cortlandt Manor on its way from NY to Albany.
It was home to a number of noteworthy Hudson River fishermen. Some structures remain that were built in the 18th and 19th Centuries. It was primarily built out by the masons who came over to work on the Croton Dam. Many of those craftsmen were direct descendants of thousands of years of masons! Most had a second or third trade and supplied the work, expertise and artistry that makes so many of the masonry structures in Ossining and Croton so impressive.
Many of the homes in Crotonville started life as very modest homes, but some were much grander, with some amazing stone and stucco work. Many have been added onto and a few have been recently built. Being on the banks of the Croton River, much of the topography is steep, but the rivers are close and Gerlach Park and the Croton Aqueduct Trailway are right in the area.
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