Burdette's Landing where ferries transported agricultural produce from New Jersey across to New York.
During the American Revolution it housed General Washington's headquarters and later served as a landing for steamboats that plied the river.
Watch the new AMC historical thriller Turn for a visual reenactment of the Revolutionary War in and around this area.
It became popular as a sleepy pastoral resort town and quiet residential retreat from industrialized and overcrowded Manhattan.
Edgewater Colony, Inc., was founded by its 116 homeowners as a private cooperative. Today its current residents do not hold deeds of property but are instead issued shares at the same 1940 cost of $1,300.
With a view of the Little Red Lighthouse across the water.
|One of the many beautiful dessert displays.|
|Prettily wrapped Japanese wagashi jelly.|
|Inside is a loquat embedded in sunshine.|
|Wrapped pancake with sweet bean paste.|
|Inside the lacework bears a lovely jelly blossom.|
|Korean style barbecue ribs with red and brown rice and bokchoy.|
|Baked tofu and teriyaki chicken on a bed of rice, |
ringed with Chinese cabbage.