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    Warwick Real Estate

    Living in Warwick, NY

    Dating back to 1788, Warwick can trace its roots all the way back to the Revolutionary War, where it served as a Continental Army encampment. George Washington himself stayed in Warwick after sailing up the Hudson. Today, Warwick is an agricultural-based economy.


    Local Amenities
    Warwick’s Main Street is packed with dozens of restaurants, retail stores, coffee shops, and grocery stores. The legendary Baird’s Tavern was visited by George Washington and features a gift shop that can be used for small private parties.  Looking for a bite to eat? Try Eddie’s Roadhouse or Grappa Ristorante for some Italian cuisine!
    Warwick is also home to the annual Applefest, attracting over 35,000 people each year.

    Children in Warwick attend Park Avenue Elementary School and Sanfordville Elementary School for kindergarten to fifth grade. Students then attend Warwick Valley Middle School for sixth to eighth grade, and Warwick Valley High School from ninth to twelfth grade.

    Alternate education options include the Catholic school, Saint Stephen Saint Edward School for preschool to eighth grade, and the charter school, DIRT Charter School, which focuses on education through the lens of agriculture and nature.

    Places of Worship
    Jehovah’s Witnesses
    Bellvale United Methodist Church
    Warwick Assembly of God
    Vision Community Church
    Warwick Reformed Church
    Good Shepherd Lutheran Church
    Calvary Baptist Church
    Valley Bible Church
    Warwick Valley Evangelical Free Church
    Pine Island Bible Church
    Union African Methodist Episcopal
    Warwick United Methodist Church
    Warwick Valley Church – Nazarene
    Saint Peter Lutheran Church
    End of Time Ministry

    Bus service is provided by NJ Transit from Warwick NY Park & Ride Station to The Port Authority Bus Terminal in midtown Manhattan.