Katonah, New York is a hamlet of Bedford, New York in Westchester County. Katonah was named after the Native American chief from whom the land was bought by the English colonists. Katonah prospered as a result of the proximity of the railroad in the 19th century. Martha Stewart resides in Katonah, where she spent her term of house-arrest. She also named one of her furniture lines after the town.
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