The end of the line, the Hudson Line that is, 75 miles north of NYC. Poughkeepsie is a city in its own right, just over 5 square miles and surrounded by the town of Poughkeepsie on the north, east and south. With two universities nearby (Marist and Vassar), Mid-Hudson Children’s Museum on the waterfront, and the Bardavon Opera House, Poughkeepsie is not lacking in culture. The food scene in Poughkeepsie has fantastic options from the old school Italian delicatessen Rossi & Sons to the classic Brasserie 292 on Main Street or The Millhouse Brewing Company, you will never find yourself hungry or disappointed. Perhaps my favorite food option in Lola’s Cafe, located right by the stairwell to the Walkway over the Hudson. Speaking of the walkway, it has been a favorite since moving to the area. Many special occasions have been celebrated with a stroll overlooking the Hudson, it is truly a magical, breathtaking excuse to get outside and take a walk and take in the beauty of the area. And developers have taken note, particularly on the waterfront. It’s an exciting time for growth in Poughkeepsie.
Poughkeepsie Real Estate Market Data
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