102 Homes For Sale in Warwick, NY

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Located 55 miles northwest of New York City in Orange County is the rural town of Warwick, New York. Warwick is made up of three villages: Florida, Greenwood Lake, and the Village of Warwick. You will find many large traditional homes, even dating back to the 1700s to 1900s, and many new homes are constructed to follow the charming style of these houses. With 104 square miles covering the villages, you will find unique centers of shopping, dining, and other family-owned businesses.

Warwick is the second largest township in the state of New York with a population of around 32,000 residents. For the outdoor enthusiast, it is an official "Appalachian Trail Community" and contains Greenwood Lake with large lake homes and boating opportunities. For your transportation needs, the area is served by the Warwick Municipal Airport and has two state highways: NY 17A and NY 94. It is a community of light industry, diverse agriculture, and small to medium-sized businesses. With a public school system that boasts scores above the national average, it is a great place for families to establish roots. There is also a thriving senior community with apartment complexes and a health care system based around St. Anthony Community Hospital and Crystal Run Healthcare.

Cultural and recreational activities include the famous Applefest, named in the "Top 100 Events in North America" as a top ten festival by the American Bus Association. Community parks offer soccer fields, baseball diamonds, swimming pools, playgrounds, bike trails, and more. There is plenty of dining and shopping within the villages and pavilions for community and cultural events. The main employers are St. Anthony Community Hospital, IBM, and Alteva, a global provider of telecommunications. A recent technology and corporate park was established to retain and attract more high-tech companies looking to relocate. Warwick, New York, is an attractive choice for newcomers of any age in search of a charming village life in a natural setting with traditional architecture but with the opportunities for new businesses to thrive and grow.