Balmville is located on the northern edge of Newburgh, NY in Orange County. The area is known for several outstanding attributes, not the least of which is that it’s the most affluent hamlet in the Newburgh area. It is home to the very posh Powelton Club country club and golf course, Algonac, the former estate of Franklin D. Roosevelt, and the Balmville Tree, which constitutes the smallest federal forest in New York (one tree). The site is revered because the tree is believed to be more than 300 years old.
Homes perched on the high hillsides overlooking the valley have absolutely spectacular views of the Hudson River. The area is located near many interesting, fun and useful places. It’s perfect for getting around to upstate attractions as well as to New York City. It is just minutes to Interstate 84 or to the ferry that connects to the train station in Beacon, and just six miles from the Stewart International Airport. It is close to shopping, and in an area full of golf courses, mountains, woods, state forests, parks and fine dining. Even though it’s technically in the Newburgh area, the northern homes of the area are served by the Marlboro school district.
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