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Set amidst rolling hills and offering picturesque views of the Hudson River...

Welcome to Hastings-on-Hudson

Hastings-on-Hudson, a charming village nestled along the eastern bank of the Hudson River in Westchester County, boasts a captivating scenic location. Set amidst rolling hills and offering picturesque views of the Hudson River, the village exudes a sense of tranquility and natural beauty that attracts residents and visitors alike. Hastings-on-Hudson has a rich history dating back to the 17th century when it was originally settled by the Dutch. The village has preserved much of its historic charm, with many old buildings and landmarks.
Hastings-on-Hudson is easily accessible by car via the Saw Mill River Parkway and the New York State Thruway. There is also a Metro-North Railroad station in the village, providing direct train services to Grand Central Terminal in New York City.

What to Love

  • Scenic location by the Hudson River
  • Boutique shopping and walkable commercial areas
  • Easy access to New York City, just a 51 minute train ride away

People & Lifestyle

Hastings-on-Hudson, New York, is a village known for its diverse and welcoming community, where a strong sense of camaraderie and neighborhood spirit thrives. Residents here enjoy a high quality of life, surrounded by the breathtaking beauty of the Hudson River and nestled amidst rolling hills, creating a tranquil and picturesque setting. Combining the charms of suburban living with a small-town atmosphere, Hastings-on-Hudson offers its inhabitants a peaceful and engaging lifestyle while being conveniently close to the bustling metropolis of New York City. The village's vibrant arts scene, cultural events, and festivals further contribute to a strong sense of belonging and community engagement among its residents.
The housing in Hastings-on-Hudson is diverse, offering a mix of historic homes, modern houses, and apartments. The real estate market tends to be competitive due to the village's popularity and proximity to New York City.

Dining, Entertainment & Shopping 

For those seeking culinary delights, Hastings-on-Hudson has much to offer. A variety of dining options, from cozy cafes to charming bistros and restaurants, serve an array of cuisines that cater to diverse tastes. Make a reservation at Harvest on Hudson or Boro6 for an upscale dining experience. Bread & Brine has an extensive seafood menu, while Sakura Garden provides the perfect outlet for some tasty Japanese food cravings. For a sweet treat, try By the Way Bakery or Penny Lick Ice Cream.
The village also presents an assortment of boutique shops, local markets, and art galleries, creating a unique and enriching shopping experience for both residents and visitors alike. As for entertainment, Hastings-on-Hudson has venues that host live music performances, theater shows, and art exhibitions, contributing to the cultural vibrancy of the community. Moreover, the riverfront and downtown areas offer serene spots for leisurely strolls and delightful exploration.

Things to Do

Nature enthusiasts will find ample opportunities for recreation in and around Hastings-on-Hudson. The Hudson River serves as a playground for activities such as kayaking, boating, and fishing. Additionally, the village is intersected by the Old Croton Aqueduct Trail, a beloved path for hiking and biking that allows residents to embrace the scenic beauty of the area while engaging in outdoor exercise. Hastings-on-Hudson takes pride in its well-maintained parks and green spaces, offering numerous amenities like picnic areas, playgrounds, and sports facilities for families and individuals to enjoy. Throughout the year, the village hosts various community events and festivals, providing entertainment and fostering a strong sense of togetherness among its residents. For history enthusiasts, the well-preserved buildings and landmarks of Hastings-on-Hudson offer glimpses into its rich past, making it an excellent destination for those interested in exploring the village's heritage.


The village is served by the Hastings-on-Hudson Union Free School District, which operates an elementary school, middle school, and high school. The district is known for its commitment to education and has a good reputation. Top educational opportunities include:
  • Hillside Elementary School, PK-5, highly-rated public elementary school
  • Farragut Middle School, 6-8, highly-rated public middle school
  • Hastings High School, 9-12, highly-rated public high school


For a pdf version of our Hastings-on-Hudson Town Guide, click here.

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