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Other Nearby Attractions:
Thomas Cole NHS
Clermont
Bronck Museum
Historic Cherry Hill
Albany Institute of History and Art
NYS Museum
Mohonk Preserve
Storm King

Collegeview Apartment Homes are located in the residential Arlington district of the Town of Poughkeepsie in New York. The buildings are adjacent to the Vassar College campus and a few steps to Raymond Avenue. Raymond Avenue is a lively part of town with many conveniences including restaurants, post office, banking, bookstore, cleaners and coffee house. With very little traffic, this pedestrian friendly area has a small town feel.

Almost every shopping need from groceries to fashion is just a short drive away. Less than 7 miles from the Franklin D. Roosevelt Mid-Hudson Bridge (NY Thruway Exit 18) and 10 miles from the Taconic Parkway (Routes 55 & 44), Collegeview Apartment Homes offer convenient access to New York City (90 minutes to midtown) and Albany (90 minutes to State Street).

The Hudson Valley is a national treasure-unsurpassed natural beauty, quaint villages, world-class rock climbing and hiking, wineries, and major art destinations. Designated a National Heritage Area by Congress in 1966, the Hudson Valley has more major historic sites per square mile than any other area in the U.S.—to mention just a few: Franklin D. Roosevelt's boyhood home; the home of Samuel F. P. Morse, inventor of the telegraph; Olana, the Persian style home of famed Hudson River School artist Frederic Edwin Church; and the newest area attraction is the Walkway over the Hudson which is a State Historic Park.

Nearby is the Culinary Institute of America, the nation’s oldest culinary arts school and only residential college in the world dedicated to culinary training. The institute has trained thousands of chefs and food-service-industry professionals, including some of the most prominent chefs in the country, since its founding in 1946. It boasts a number of restaurants open to the public.

Minutes up Route 9 is the charming and historic Hyde Park. Home to both the Roosevelts and the Vanderbilts, there is no shortage of impressive history and sites.