Orange County NY Adult 55 Plus Homes for Sale

Warwick Grove Homes for Sale

Here you will find all the Orange County NY Adult 55 Plus homes for sale:

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If you are looking to buy a home in an active adult 55+ community in Orange County, you will find more choices than before. There are two newer active adult 55+ communities in Orange County as of 2016. With it scenic setting, close proximities to quaint towns, nature and New York City, Orange County is a great place to live. 

Active adult 55+ communities in Orange County:

Warwick Grove - a premier active adult community located in the Village of Warwick in Orange County, New York. The community is built to be a walkable, traditional Norman Rockwell style neighborhood, designed by the firm of Duany Plater-Zybert & Company and developed by LaylandAlliance LLC. There are condos, townhomes and 165 single family homes being built in this community. The homes at Warwick Grove were built around 2006 and new ones are still being built in 2016. The development is walkable to downtown Warwick through a scenic park, and the active town library. 

The Kensington Station is a collection of 130 single family homes for 55+ active adults. Kensington Station is located within the development of Woodbury Junction, a community of 450 single family homes to be built within a gated community in Central Valley, in the Town of Woodbury, New York. The homes for sale at Kensington Station are 2-3 bedroom single family homes, all with easy first floor living with room to entertain overnight guests. The residents at Kensington Station can enjoy the use of two clubhouses: The Oak Clove clubhouse exclusively for Kensington Station residents, and the clubhouse at the Palisades Ridge section. 

There are also plenty of condo and townhouse communities in Orange County for those who would like to downsize to a maintenance free lifestyle.

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Orange County Lifestyle

Orange County is a beautiful place to live, especially if you are looking for something more country, with lower housing prices and real estate tax than the counties closer to New York City County. It is located just North of Rockland County and Northern New Jersey, a little over an hour from New York City. Commuting to New York City is possible with the Metro North Rail Lines and the many commuter buses available.

Orange County has plenty to offer. On the Eastern side of the County, the Monroe and Woodbury area offers world class shopping at the Woodbury Outlets, and convenient location on 87. North of Woodbury, you will reach the towns of New Windsor and Newburgh along the river, which have easy access to 84. For quaint towns and farm lands and wineries, the towns of Warwick, Goshen, and Chester offer commutable distances to NYC, with all the charms of downtowns with Main Streets and farm land. The farms and wineries in Orange County are very active, and host many weekend events throughout the year. 

For those who enjoy the outdoors, Orange County offers great views and plenty of outdoor opportunities. Surrounded by mountains, there are plenty of hiking opportunities at Storm King Mountain, Harriman State Park, and Bear Mountain. Great rock climbing and hiking opportunities are at the Catskills, the Gunks are close by. If you enjoy fishing or boating, there are plenty of lakes and creeks, and of course, the Hudson River. 

If you are looking for culture and arts events, the Storm King Art Center is a great place to enjoy interesting art, or just to take a scroll and do a picnic. Art events happen often in the main streets of Warwick, Newburgh, and the arts village of Sugar Loaf. The West Point academy host many concerts and arts events, along with popular football games. 

Orange County NY Commute

Orange County is located a little over one hour from New York City and Albany, on the West side of the Hudson River. Major roads in the county include the interstate 84, which goes East to West and connects to New England and Pennsylvania, and Interstate 87, which travels North to South. For residents who need to travel to New York City, there are Metro North train lines and extensive Coachline buses that go to New York City, making Orange County a popular commuter area. 

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