And They All Lived Happily Ever After…, Two Hudson Valley Families See Their Dreams Come True at the Historic Castle on the Hudson

With its main tower rising 75 feet in the air, the Castle on the Hudson has the unique distinction of being the highest point in Westchester County. The 112-year old historic landmark boasting 45 rooms and rolling gardens that, through the years, has been home to the son of a Civil War general as well as a boarding school for boys among other things, was recently used to showcase the substantial new fortunes of not one, but two of the Hudson Valley’s newest Lottery millionaires, and their families.

imagesWith its main tower rising 75 feet in the air, the Castle on the Hudson has the unique distinction of being the highest point in Westchester County. The 112-year old historic landmark boasting 45 rooms and rolling gardens that, through the years, has been home to the son of a Civil War general as well as a boarding school for boys among other things, was recently used to showcase the substantial new fortunes of not one, but two of the Hudson Valley’s newest Lottery millionaires, and their families.

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