Explore The Hudson Valley

Newburgh, NY Real Estate, Homes For Sale, School & Community Information

Find homes for sale in Newburgh, New York and search real estate and homes for rent. Browse condos, townhomes, & rentals in both the City of Newburgh and Town of Newburgh, New York. RE/MAX New York real estate agents can help you find homes for sale, condos, commercial property, and more.

Newburgh Area Insight

  • Lyra Blumenthal
    RE/MAX Benchmark Realty Group
    Algonquin Park in the town of Newburgh has been a fun-filled respite for local residents since it opened as a recreational area in 1936. The 41-acre parcel includes many features of any fine park such as ballfields, picnic areas, playgrounds, etc., but in a unique setting. Formerly a production site for 19th Century gunpowder, Algonquin Park features the remains of several Civil War era buildings used in the production of powder for the Union army.

    These “powder mill” remnants bring a special character to the park and make interesting backdrops for the nightly stroll or dog-walk. Special events at Algonquin include July 4th fireworks displays, car shows and charity events such as “Dog-Adoption Days.” The park is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and is located adjacent to Route 52 and the aptly named Powder Mill Road.
  • Lyra Blumenthal
    RE/MAX Benchmark Realty Group
    Memorial Day Weekend kicks off the Hudson Valley Festival and events season. This is a trademark of the area. It includes towns such as Newburgh, New Windsor, Cornwall, New Paltz and the environs of the Shawangunk foothills in Ulster County.

    Two annual fundraisers (June 5-6) in the towns of Newburgh and New Windsor, for example, give residents a chance to enjoy local parks and forests while supporting charity and non-profit groups. The “Relay for Life” at Cronomer Hill Park, Gardnertown Road in Newburgh, benefits the American Cancer Society. Meanwhile, across town in New Windsor, the non-profit Stewart Park and Reserve Coalition is hosting an exciting day of mountain biking June 5 on trails through the 7,000-acre Stewart State Forest. More than 10 miles of trails will be available for all skill levels. Details and registration information for each event is available on line.

    Memorial Day parades, of course, are the traditional starting line for summer. The Town of Newburgh parade steps off at 1:00 pm on Sunday, May 29, from the American Legion Hall on Gardnertown Road winding its way to Cronomer Hill Park. A 10:00 am memorial service at town hall begins the day’s events and reminds us that Memorial Day stands for more than parades, barbecues and baseball.
  • Gina De Cerbo
    RE/MAX Benchmark Realty Group
    Ask Gina a question about Newburgh.
    Newburgh, NY
    I recently drove by a place where my son spent many wonderful summers as a child having great experiences and a lifetime of memories when he was younger, Camp Redwood. It is one of the best day camps for children in the 5 to 16 year old age group in the Lower Hudson Valley. My son had fun and learned everything from how to water tube, kayak, swim in an Olympic size pool, play tennis, archery, explore nature and each year he was taught new skills and practical knowledge. The camp offers activities and sports programs focused on physical fitness, art, music, culture, nature and other forms of creativity. A family owned business for over 50 years, this camp owned by the Estis family is now led by the second generation with their son as the director. This family brings years of education and experience and a place to teach campers in a safe and fun filled environment!
  • Lyra Blumenthal
    RE/MAX Benchmark Realty Group
    Newburgh’s bustling waterfront district, a magnet for diners, boaters and happy-hour hunters, sits at the city’s geographic edge, but lies at the heart of its revitalization efforts. Morphing from its industrial-age past, the stretch of riverbank is today a play-book for many riverside towns on how to recast riparian real estate to keep pace with a demographic that increasingly values high-quality informal dining and local attractions for the family.

    Though Newburgh is dotted with fine dining establishments and a diverse mix of culinary styles, the waterfront has become the epicenter of summertime eating in the city. No fewer than eight restaurants, cafes and bistros offer fare ranging from Greek and Italian to sushi, barbecue and prime rib. Outdoor decks, patios and raw bars have become a standard feature of the eateries arranged within easy walking distance. Ice cream, tacos and hot dogs are also on the menu.

    The riverfront is not just for foodies, though. Two steamboat-style paddle-wheelers regularly offer cruises and sightseeing tours. Cultural festivals, art fairs and concerts round out the summer calendar of events along the Newburgh shoreline. It’s always a good idea to check local sources for the current line-up of activities, including seasonal appearances by historic sailing ships, which dock in the marina to offer residents a glimpse of the seafaring days of old - when wooden ships plied the river.
  • Deborah Schiraldi
    RE/MAX Benchmark Realty Group
    Newburg hosts a Farmers Market from July 7 to Oct. 20 from 10 a.m. till 2 p.m. on the open lot on Broadway between Landers and Johnson. Farm to fork produce and more for your table. It is keeping local farmers and vendors in business with local community support! The produce is fresh and flavorful.
  • Gina De Cerbo
    RE/MAX Benchmark Realty Group
    Stonegate Farms, an 1850's Carpenter Gothic farm in the heart of the Hamlet of Balmville is one of dozens of CSA's, short for Community Supported Agriculture here in the Hudson Valley. Originally part of a large estate the buildings are on the National Historic Register. This beautiful organic farm keeps within the traditional small family farm model and cultivates unusual salad greens, and vegetables including hard to find heirloom varieties, tree fruits and berries, honey, eggs and edible and decorative flowers and have put their ideas and goals into practice serving the local community. Stonegate offers tours to visitors and a chance to a unique experience, a 19th century estate farm with all its architectural charm, including exhibits by local artists, photography and food growing educational workshops. I have taken the Saturday morning tour and enjoyed meeting the owner and his staff and their passion for the organic farming. This is a true hidden gem in the Town of Newburgh!
  • Lyra Blumenthal
    RE/MAX Benchmark Realty Group
    The new Loop retail project (formerly "The Marketplace") in the Town of Newburgh is slated to break ground in June. It opens to the public in late 2016. Developers are promising a new shopping experience with more than 90% of the 50 stores and restaurants already committed. The project will slice through the Town of Newburgh on 120 acres from Route 52 near Algonquin Park to Union Avenue, across the street from the current Newburgh Mall. A new upscale shopping district in the Town of Newburgh will give residents more purchasing power, more options in entertainment and should add to the economic renewal of the area. If The Loop can recreate the outdoor, pedestrian-style shopping experiences that made Broadway and Newburgh's downtown district retail magnets years ago, it will thrive. The large suburban mall model -- more parking lot than shopping -- has seemed to run out of steam 50 years on. A throwback to outdoor shopping -- in new upscale spaces, artfully designed -- could be the next (old) wave.
  • Gina De Cerbo
    RE/MAX Benchmark Realty Group
    Ask Gina a question about Newburgh.
    Newburgh, NY
    Spring is here...I think and once again the Town of Newburgh Recreation Department will be hosting a family fun special event at the park. The annual Easter egg hunt is this Saturday March 28th at 10 a.m. for children ages three to eight years old for town residents. The event is free but they are asking for donations of nonperishable food items for the needy in our area and they request pre-registration by calling the recreation department. This is just one of the many events held throughout the year at our beautiful town park. Surely a great time for children and parents.
  • Donna Brunell
    RE/MAX Benchmark Realty Group
    This is a holiday must for anyone who appreciates great architecture, and Newburgh certainly has a lot to offer! The annual Newburgh Candlelight Tour is scheduled for Sunday, December 14th from 12 noon until 5 p.m. The self-guided tour includes over a dozen decorated homes. The tour will begin at the 1830 Captain David Crawford House and includes some of Newburgh's finest landmarks, private homes, public spaces, mansions, and new construction.
  • Gina De Cerbo
    RE/MAX Benchmark Realty Group
    The holidays are upon us and the Town of Newburgh Recreation Department is once again sponsoring two wonderful family outings. The first is the annual Christmas tree lighting at Chadwick Lake Park entrance on Friday, December 5 at 6:30 p.m. with Christmas caroling and hot chocolate being served. The second is Stories with Santa on Thursday, December 11 at 6:00 p.m. at the Recreation Center (preregistration is requested). A great opportunity for your children to spend time with Santa and share their wish list!
  • Gina De Cerbo
    RE/MAX Benchmark Realty Group
    What a gorgeous and colorful time of year here in the Hudson Valley. No views can be enjoyed more than the picturesque scenery along the Hudson River with the panoramic views of historic Bannerman's Island, the Storm King Mountain and West Point in Orange County, and Mt. Beacon and Breakneck Ridge in Cold Spring in Dutchess County. Trails, paths and parks can be found up and down the river. Cruise ships can be seen riding up the Hudson from New York City on the Fall Foliage Tours not only a beautiful place to visit but a great to live!
  • Kim Chiapperino
    RE/MAX Benchmark Realty Group
    Newburgh Brewing Company is a craft brewery with a beautiful, wide open tasting room and scenic views of the Hudson River and Washington's headquarters. You must give the local beers a try along with the rosemary french fries. It's a great place to watch sporting events!
  • Kim Chiapperino
    RE/MAX Benchmark Realty Group
    Ask Kim a question about Newburgh.
    Newburgh, NY
    Looking for some delicious, authentic Cuban food in Orange County? Then look no further and check out Havana 9, Front Street in Newburgh. It's situated right on the banks of the scenic Hudson River with awesome river views, outdoor seating, delicious food and a great atmosphere!
  • Kim Chiapperino
    RE/MAX Benchmark Realty Group
    Ask Kim a question about Newburgh.
    Newburgh, NY
    Do you want a great night out on a docked barge on the Hudson? Gully's is well known for their top floor being a bar and a great place to hear live music, and the first floor for dining on the water.
  • George Koudounas
    RE/MAX Benchmark Realty Group
    Take a step back into history while touring the home where George Washington stayed while being a General in the Revolutionary War. The estate is located right in the City of Newburgh, overlooking the beautiful Hudson River. Guided walking tours are available. Check out their website for frequent events held on the property. A great place to bring the family to learn about Historical Newburgh!
  • Gina De Cerbo
    RE/MAX Benchmark Realty Group
    Ask Gina a question about Newburgh.
    Newburgh, NY
    A great outdoor family destination in the Town of Newburgh is Chadwick Lake Park. It is located northwest of the junction of NY 32 and 300 in the Cronomer Valley section of the town. It is open to the public and features three picnic shelters, a children's playground, four miles of walking trails, boating launches, basketball courts and a roller rink. Fishing is also allowed on the lake - largemouth bass is a common catch. There are also large pavilions that can be rented for special occasions. A beautiful lake perfect for nature enthusiasts and outdoor entertainment!
  • Kathleen Carhart
    RE/MAX Benchmark Realty Group
    Community Day July 3rd has been postponed to July 15th because of weather. Put a reminder on your calendar, because you won't want to miss out on the fun!
  • Kathleen Carhart
    RE/MAX Benchmark Realty Group
    Enjoy the fireworks, food, music and more tonight, July 3 at Cronomer/Algonquin Park, on Powder Mill Road, from 6 to10 p.m. It should be a fun night for the entire family.
  • Frank Gerbes
    RE/MAX Benchmark Realty Group
    Stop at the River Grill or Billyjoe's Ribworks to have dinner and stay and watch the fireworks display on the Hudson River. This is going to be a spectacular event that you don't want to miss!
  • Frank Gerbes
    RE/MAX Benchmark Realty Group
    Join the community at Cromner Park for food, fun and fireworks this Thursday July 3rd starting @ 5:00 PM and stay until you are "awed" by the fireworks in the night sky!!
  • Marty Remo
    RE/MAX Benchmark Realty Group
    It's that time of year to get out there and enjoy the weather on the Newburgh Waterfront. When I'm not cruising the Hudson on my friend's boat, it's fun to relax and enjoy some music, drinks, and ribs at Billy Joe's Ribwork. There is nothing like being outdoors and watching the boats go by on the Hudson River.

Have a Question?

Nearby Real Estate Offices

    RE/MAX Realty Center

    1820 New Hackensack Rd #5
    Poughkeepsie, NY 12603

    RE/MAX Benchmark Realty Group

    219 Rt 32 Ste 202
    Central Valley, NY 10917

    RE/MAX Benchmark Realty Group

    100 Commerce Dr Ste 105
    New Windsor, NY 12553