Germantown New York Real Estate is located in southwestern Columbia County along the Hudson River. Close to Hudson, Germantown New York Real Estate is a delightful train ride away from the hustle and bustle of a growing art mecca.
Germantown New York Real Estate has a great resource in its library, which offers information about events around town, as well as those hosted by the library.
Every town needs a central meeting place for pizza. Palatine Park Pizza provides that service for Germantown New York Real Estate.
Germantown New York Real Estate has its own "Small Town Grocery Since 1927" in Otto's Market.
Have a dog that would love to train you? Germantown New York Real Estate offers a dog agility training center just outside of town.
Germantown New York Real Estate Art Lovers will delight in the stained glass classes at DC Studios LLC. Carefully selected lampshades and panels are available for purchase at the nearby A Collector's Eye in Hudson.
School resources are easy to keep track of on the Germantown Central School District website.
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After exploring some history, perhaps you'd like to close out your evening with a tasting at Hudson Valley Distillers and stop by their market.
Germantown New York Real Estate covers 13.9 square miles. As of the 2010 census, the population was 2,018.
It is 10 miles to Warren Street Hudson which features Amtrak at its northern end.
The Hudson train station was originally built in 1874 by the New York Central Railroad. It is the oldest continuously operated station in New York State.
To the right is a view of the Hudson River and Catskill Mountains from northern Germantown.
Experience the rustic simplicity and charm of life in the middle of the river as it was more than one hundred years ago.
The 1869 Saugerties Lighthouse stands proudly as a Living Museum and renowned Bed & Breakfast.
"Lighthouses capture the imagination in ways few buildings can. They hark back to an era when nautical travel reigned and time moved at a slower knot... As special as these buildings are, even more uncommon is the privilege of staying in one overnight." - The New York Times