Living In Snedens Landing, Palisades, N.Y.: Wildflowers, Artists and Celebrities
A small enclave with a big personality, the riverside neighborhood is a “live-and-let-live kind of place.”
In 1937, the writer E.B. White described Snedens Landing as “steeped in Hudson Valley mists and memories — people make their own wine, stamp out their own copperhead snakes, go picking Dutchman’s breeches in the spring. On summer evenings, you can hear the trains across the river, grumbling. There is a good deal of talk about shad.”
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