Living in in Nyack NY
“ART AND SOUL ON THE HUDSON”
The Village of Nyack NY is located in the Town of Orangetown NY. Not to be confused with the many hamlets and villages in Rockland County, Nyack is located on the western shore of the Hudson River about 20 miles north of New York City. Nearby you will also find South Nyack and Upper Nyack within a short ride. Close proximity to NYC makes for a great commuting locations and a great reason for Nyack’s popularity.
A large portion of Rockland County’s local music scene is referenced as the “Art and Soul on the Hudson”. This expression captures a magical vibe that this eclectic, energetic village offers. Nyack has an innovative and artistic hub that gives you extraordinary opportunities to enjoy music, theater, film, art and crafts and life by the Hudson River.
Historic homes have their place in the Nyack landscape. Those looking for an older home with the charm of yesterday will enjoy many options. Colonial homes dating back into the 1800’s are found and some boast river views that are amazing.
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This village is also a recreational destination, for kayaking, cycling, fishing, sailing, swimming, hiking and relaxation. It is a business place, known for its interesting antiques, gifts, jewelry, boutiques and eclectic shops. Nyack is also a place for gourmands, gourmets, and foodies of all shapes and sizes offering a noteworthy array of restaurants. Whether you like fine feasting, take-out, catering and cooking at home, or a vibrant place with nightlife and late-night eateries, Nyack has it all. What’s more, it’s all inviting and convenient and walkable. Only a short walk around the heart of the Village of Nyack is an adventure on its own, art and soul for all to enjoy!
Students living in the area are able to attend the Nyack Public Schools, and most students opt for a public school education. Higher education is well served by Nyack College, St. Thomas Aquinas College, and Rockland Community College. Proximity to other schools within a 30 minute drive provide many options for other locations.
A great commuter location to both Westchester, NYC and Northern New Jersey, Nyack is served with bus service by Rockland Coaches to the Port Authority Bus Terminal and the George Washington Bridge Bus Terminal in New York City. The Tappan ZEExpress provides commuter transportation within Rockland and Westchester County. A quick ride by these buses will bring you to rail stations in Tarrytown, White Plains, Spring Valley, and Suffern that link to Grand Central Station and New York City.
Places to visit in Nyack: Put all of these on your list of things to do!
- Edward Hopper House Art Center
- The John Green House (This is the oldest house standing in Nyack)
- Nyack Memorial Park on Hudson River
- Edward Hopper House Art Center
- Historic Underground Railroad
- River Rowing Association (RRA)
- Riverspace Arts in Nyack
- Home of the Rockland Symphony Orchestra
- Pretty Penny – a Victorian river home formerly owned by comedian Rosie O’Donnell and American actress Helen Hayes
- Hook Mountain and has bumpy landscapes particularly along the shore of the river
When making Nyack your a place to live you will find a variety of homes for sale offering choices of style, price, size and locations. Whether you find yourself in a busy community or perched on the shore of the Hudson you can easily find your place to call home.
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