Hudson River Views at Coxsackie Rentals
The village of Coxsackie, New York has retained the charm of a river community that began in the late 1800s. There were factories in the lower area of the town and a steam boat landing. Visitors today can spend time away from their Coxsackie rentals to frolic at the waterfront park. They may even be able to see remains of the steam freighter Storm King from the deck of their Coxsackie homes. The freighter sank in the 1930s and can been seen unless the tide is high. Many of the Coxsackie apartments are along the Hudson River with their own sandy beaches.
History on the Hudson near Coxsackie Homes
Guests staying in Coxsackie apartments can drive a little over four miles from their relaxing surroundings to Lindenwald, the home of the eighth President, Martin Van Buren. This delightful mansion has 36 rooms that are preserved as part of the National Historic Site. After his term ended, Martin van Buren lived at Lindenwald until his death in 1862. The writer, Washington Irving, wrote his "A History of New York" here and became friends with the President. Although the Coxsackie homes won’t have as many rooms as Lindenwald, they will definitely provide you with plenty of room to spread out and relax.
Fresh Air at Coxsackie Apartments
Renovated farmhouses along the Hudson River give guests that stay in Coxsackie rentals the perfect opportunity to swim or boat in the river. Several of the accommodations have canoes and kayaks for the guests of their Coxsackie homes to use. The sandy beaches provide the perfect excuse to get your feet wet. Coxsackie apartments are only a couple hours from New York City and minutes from the Amtrak railroad station. Couples or families can grill on the deck of their Coxsackie rentals and enjoy the fresh Catskill mountain air.
Bronck Museum Minutes from Coxsackie Rentals
Buildings from the 17th to 19th century make up the Bronck Museum. There is a stone Dutch Colonial house that is from 1663. The home is decorated in many different styles of furnishings that represent the various time periods. The most interesting building is a 13-side Dutch structure that was built in the 1830s.