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Popular Fishkill Apartments
Danbury, Connecticut, 06810
1 Bedroom$1,525 - $2,230
2 Bedrooms$1,765 - $2,630
3 Bedrooms$1,920 - $2,485
Danbury, Connecticut, 06810
1 Bedroom$1,370 - $1,755
2 Bedrooms$1,788 - $2,136
3 Bedrooms$2,223 - $2,388
Danbury, Connecticut, 06810
1 Bedroom$1,290 - $1,465
2 Bedrooms$1,470 - $1,680
Wilton, Connecticut, 06897
2 Bedrooms$2,175 - $2,541
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If you are hoping to rent an apartment in Fishkill or its suburbs, we have a new place for you; Fishkill has a diverse number of beautiful apartments available in every price range.
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Did you know that the town of Fishkill, New York’s original Native American name Tioranda means “the place where two waters meet”? Should you rent an apartment in this picturesque, historic town, you’ll not only be surrounded by beautiful bodies of water, but have access to great parks, community events, shopping, dining and more. Make it “the place where renter and happiness meet” and get an apartment here today. Once you find out how great a town Fishkill is, the decision as to where to rent an apartment will be crystal clear. Want to find out more about Blodgett Memorial Library? Check out our LocalTalk for local tips and information about Fishkill and its rich cultural offerings. Looking for an apartment near Fishkill Elementary School? Talk to our local experts by using the ""Ask a Question"" feature and find out what makes this New York town so special.
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Were it not for Fishkill you might still be living in a British colony. In case you weren’t aware, Fishkill played a crucial role in the Revolutionary War. A military encampment one mile from town served as the a supply depot for the Continental Army. Thanks to the brave soldiers of Fishkill during this period, you get to live in a great apartment and skip tea time. Should you decide to invite your new neighbors over for tea, however, you’ll have your fair share of residents to choose from. As of the 2000 census, Fishkill’s population is 20,258. That’s enough to throw a great tea party, but not so many you’ll run out of biscuits any time soon. You wouldn’t need to buy biscuits for everyone anyway, as Fishkill is quite the affluent town. Fishkill’s official website invites potential visitors/renters to “… stay a few days, stay for a lifetime…” After just a few days living here, you’ll definitely want to stay for a lifetime. Rent one of Fishkill’s fine apartments and set up camp in an historic town. You’ll love your new pad, whether you celebrate with earl grey or soda pop.
Fishing and More in Fishkill
While you won’t need to train for any upcoming battles with the British, you can get a great workout and have some fun at one of Fishkill’s many pristine parks. If you want to do the town’s name proud, grab your pole and tackle box and head down to Dutchess Lake Park for a morning of fishing. If the fish aren’t biting, pick up your racket and play a game with a new Fishkill friend on one of Doug Phillips Park’s three tennis courts. Or maybe you’d have more fun playing a game of roundball on one of Maurer Geering Park’s two lit basketball courts. After an intense game you can have a picnic under the park’s covered pavilion. If you’re more in the mood for a serene walk, visit Dutchess Junction Park and take a stroll down the nature trail. Rent one of Fishkill’s apartments and you’ll be within reach of several great parks. Should the British come to fight, you’ll be fit, ready, and able.
Music and Mingling
Need to find another player for your baseball team? Attend one of Fishkill’s numerous community events and you’re bound to meet a teacher, accountant, or policeman with a great curveball. You just might meet a music lover with a great arm at one of Fishkill’s Summer Concerts in the Park. Bring your lawn chair and some snacks down to Maurer Geering Park on a Wednesday night and enjoy a night of free music. Mingle with Fishkill residents while grooving to rocking tunes. If you don’t find your star pitcher at a Summer Concert in the Park, make sure to attend one of Fishkill’s numerous annual events. You just might run into the next Nolan Ryan at the Village Wide Yard Sale. Do some browsing and fill up your new apartment with yesterday’s treasures. You can always try scouting one of Fishkill’s holiday events, such as the Village Halloween Parade and Village Holiday Party and Tree Lighting. Whether you find your team’s secret weapon or go home with nothing but an old blender, you’ll have a great time in Fishkill.
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How far is the airport from downtown Fishkill and can I get there easily and cheaply?
The closest major airport to Fishkill is Stewart International Airport (SWF). This airport has domestic flights from Newburgh, New York and is about 11 miles from downtown Fishkill. The next closest major airport is Westchester County Airport (HPN), which has domestic flights from White Plains, New York and is 34 miles from the center of Fishkill. The trip to SWF takes less than 30 minutes by car, while the trip to HPN takes a little over an hour. Neither airport is accessible via public transportation.