Poughkeepsie (pronounced /pəˈkɪpsiː/) is one of the original towns of Dutchess County. The county's first house was erected here by Peter Pieterson Lassen in 1688, where its footprint can be observed in Bowdoin Park. Poughkeepsie, founded in 1687, lies on the east side of the Hudson River, halfway between New York City and Albany. Poughkeepsie has a number of notable institutions for arts and entertainment and is the home of two state-of-the-art hospitals, St. Francis and Vassar Brothers, both with heliport facilities.
Distance to New York City: 81 Miles
Metro-North Commute to Grand Centra: From Poughkeepsie Station - 107 minutes
Area: 31.2 square miles
Home Sales Statistics
Source: Westchester Putnam Multiple Listing Service, single family homes, for the calendar year ending December 31st
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