Washingtonville Real Estate

    Living in Washingtonville, NY

    First settled in 1731, Washingtonville rapidly flourished from a trading post to a tannery, grist, and plaster mill locale to a railroad stop along the Western Railway. Washingtonville was named for George Washington, who is rumored to have watered his horse under an elm tree in village.

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    Local Amenities
    Washingtonville is home to the oldest continuously operating winery in the United States, the Brotherhood Winery.
    Washington’s Main Street features several shopping, restaurant, event fitness and entertainment options. There are also several parks throughout Washingtonville, including a

    Schools
    Children in Washingtonville attend Little Britain Elementary School, Taft Elementary School, and Round Hill Elementary School for kindergarten to fifth grade. From sixth to eighth grade, students attend Washingtonville Middle School. For ninth to twelfth grade, students attend Washingtonville High School.

    Places of Worship
    Grace Community Church
    Saint Mary’s Roman Catholic Church
    First Presbyterian Church – Washingtonville
    Bethany Presbyterian Church
    Saint Anne’s Episcopal Church

    Transportation
    Bus service is provided by Coach USA to The George Washington Bridge Bus Terminal.