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Population (Census 2010): 7,548
Located on the banks of the Hudson River, Rhinebeck is a beautiful historic area in Northern Dutchess County. Rhinebeck offers intimate small town living at a lush country setting. The Village of Rhinebeck is located within the town of Rhinebeck, along US 9 and NY 308.
Rhinebeck is an attractive town for people who enjoy country living with a lively, walkable downtown. In the village, some buildings have over 200 years of history. The Village of Rhinebeck and the hamlet of Rhinecliff were recognized as a historic district.
It is a popular weekend retreat and wedding location. For a stay, there are everything from charming B&B’s to exquisite hotels, and homes being rented out as vacation rentals. Many people choose to get married in Rhinebeck, including Chelsea Clinton, who got married at an estate there.
Most visitors can spend hours at the village of Rhinebeck, at the fabulous restaurants and unique specialty shops along Mill Street and Market Streets. The arts & culture options in town include: the Northern Dutchess Symphany Orchester which holds concerts in town; visual, performing and dance at the Center for Performance Arts; and independent movies shown at Upstate Films.
Outside of the village, an interesting place to visit is the Old Rhinebeck Aerodome. There is also the Dutchess County Fairgrounds, which holds the popular the Dutchess County Fair every summer. Other events that take place at the Fairgrounds each year include the Rhinebeck Arts Festival, the Hudson Valley Food and Wine Festival, and the New York State Sheep and Wool Festival.
Rhinebeck is approximately 100 miles North of New York City, about two hours drive away. Rhinebeck is not served by the Metro North rail system, but it is still possible for non-drivers to visit Rhinebeck from NYC via Amtrak. The Amtrak trains leave NYC from Penn Station, and arrive at the station located in Rhinecliff.
The City of Poughkeepsie is around 18 miles South of Rhinebeck. The City of Kingston is around 10 miles away on the other side of the Hudson River, in Ulster County.
The Rhinebeck Public Schools have a good reputation and is quite small, with one elementary school, one middle school, and one high school serving the neighborhood.
A fair amount of the real estate sold in Rhinebeck NY are used as weekend and summer homes. There are not many new construction developments like the rest of the county. Instead you will find century old farmhouses and converted barns. Real estate prices in Rhinebeck are a little higher than the towns nearby. Homes range from small single family homes to large multi-million dollar country estates.
The Rhinebeck government website: www.rhinebeck-ny.gov
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