Rivermere on the Hudson is a private 11,000 square foot estate situated on 10 acres overlooking the Hudson River. Located in the charming town of Croton on Hudson in Westchester we are a 45 minute ride from Grand Central Station in New York City. The mansion has over seven bedrooms and eleven bathrooms including a grand master suite with incredible river views. The minute you enter the gates you are transported into a dramatic private setting for your special event. From the Mediterranean-style Fountain to the formal room with its intricate designs and richly-colored stained glass, the level of craftsmanship and attention to detail is unsurpassed. The picturesque indoor pool and stunning patio with breathtaking views make this ivy covered mansion truly one of a kind.
Take a stroll in the beautiful gardens, sit by the fountains, duck pond, waterfall and streams or spend a few moments admiring our resident peacocks! The estate’s professional, friendly, and creative staff offers meticulous attention to detail and dedication to providing consummate service, ensuring that every need is attended to with the utmost care.The grand, yet intimate atmosphere, with every facet of each guest’s experience considered, makes Rivermere an ideal venue for weddings, corporate retreats, meetings, fundraisers, and gala events.
Lonely Planet describes the Hudson River Valley as “a real city break, with leafy drives, wineries and plenty of farm-to-table foodie options.” National Geographic Traveler named the Hudson Valley one of the top 20 must-see destinations in the world.
Just 30 miles north of New York City and surrounded by the beauty of the Hudson River and Long Island Sound you'll find Westchester County - known for its unique mix of rivertowns, bustling cities, quiet villages and beautiful atmosphere. There are endless things to do; whether you're looking for hosting your special event, a conference, taking a group tour, having a company team-building experience or just a short getaway.
Within the county’s borders, the terrain is largely rolling hills, intersected by the Croton, Bronx and Saw Mill rivers. It has retained much of its rural character, while adopting the urban and suburban lifestyles dictated by its proximity to New York City.
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