Greenwood Lake

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Greenwood Lake is one of the villages in Warwick, an Orange County town located in the Lower Hudson Valley of New York State. Other villages surrounding the town include the Village of Warwick and the Village of Florida.

Greenwood Lake has a population of about 4,000 people. It is also a lakefront town that’s just about 50 miles from the New York City. It’s close to the Appalachian Trail and the picturesque Sterling Forest State Park.

The village borders the lake, a 7.3 mile stretch of water on the border of New York and New Jersey. The lake has both rocky and sandy shores, lined with private docks and houses. In the village is a half mile commercial strip and some small neighborhoods. Many homes are located a few miles outside the village in other beach neighborhoods. More properties are seen on the mountain ridges and the green hillsides.

Driving up the meandering roads, where almost no two houses look alike, gives one the feeling of ample space, even though, typically, most of the lots are only 50 X 100 feet.

Antique stores, cafes, restaurants, and art galleries, are available in Warwick, which is just eight miles away.


Though Greenwood Lake was founded in the 1700’s, the village doesn’t have lots of colonials and historic homes. Instead, you will often come across ranches, stone and log houses, capes, two-storey bungalows, modest summer cottages and split levels.

Many people that are looking for real estate properties desire the lakefront houses, but they are hard to find as the sell really fast.

House prices in the small village range from affordable to expensive. For instance, you can get an upscale, next to the beach property going for up to $2,000,000 yet within the same village you will find $500,000 homes for sale.

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