Warwick is a gem set in a country of rare beauty and is an ideal year-round residence.(more)

Posted by on Jun 14, 2013 in Warwick In History Minutes | 0 comments

“Warwick in History” – The following excerpt is taken from THE WARWICK VALLEY DISPATCH of this date in 1923:

Warwick is in beautiful Warwick Valley, the trading and banking center for a wide area of rich farming country with good roads to all points. It has fresh mountain breezes in summer and moderate winter climate, and is exceptionally healthful. It is located 63 miles by rail from New York.

Warwick was settled in 1764, has non-partisan government with the village population of 2420 and the township of 7462. It has an abundant supply of water, fire protection of three volunteer companies, town banks, a hospital founded in 1916, free mail delivery and excellent hotels, and restaurants. There are seven churches, all free from debt; a Y.M.C.A.; a public library; and an excellent nine-hole golf course…..

Warwick is a gem set in a country of rare beauty and is an ideal year-round residence.