Greenwood Lake Real Estate

Living in Greenwood Lake, NY

Originally a farming community and home to New York’s largest freshwater lake, Greenwood Lake was settled in 1689 by Dutch immigrants. Today, Greenwood Lake is a beloved vacation spot, and its lake is often used for boating, swimming, jet & water skiing, fishing, even ice-skating and ice-fishing.

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Local Amenities
Greenwood Lake’s main street is Windermere Avenue, where you can find grocery stores, home stores, gourmet bakeries and wine shops, even high-end clothing stores.
Greenwood Lake also features 18 different restaurants. Looking for a bite to eat? Try The Village Buzz Café or Sing Loong Kitchen for some Chinese cuisine!

Schools
Children in Greenwood Lake attend Greenwood Lake Elementary School from kindergarten to third grade, and Greenwood Lake Middle School for fourth to eighth grade.  High school students can attend the Chester Academy, George F. Baker High School, and Warwick Valley High School.

Places of Worship
Holy Rosary Church
Grace Lutheran Church
Church of the Good Shepherd
Jewish Community Center – Greenwood

Transportation
Bus service is provided by NJ Transit from Greenwood Lake Station to The Port Authority Bus Terminal in midtown Manhattan.