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Popular Port Ewen Apartments
Port Ewen, New York, 12466
1 Bedroom$985 - $1,075
2 Bedrooms$1,130 - $1,265
3 Bedrooms$1,360 - $1,500
Wappingers Falls, New York, 12590
1 BedroomUp to $1,762
2 BedroomsUp to $2,000
3 BedroomsUp to $1,969
Kingston, New York, 12401
Studio/1 Bedroom$720 - $1,040
2 Bedrooms$1,120 - $1,195
Kingston, New York, 12401
1 Bedroom$930 - $1,100
2 Bedrooms$1,200 - $1,350
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Feeling sunk by your current living situation? Tired of treading water? Rent an apartment in Port Ewen, New York, and breathe easy. This beautiful hamlet, located in the Town of Esopus, sits on the western bank of the Hudson River. With beautiful scenery, great schools, fun community events, and more, Port Ewen is a renter’s dream come true. Whether you’re a boating enthusiast or you don’t know a bulkhead from a buoy, you’ll love living in this fantastic Ulster County city. Earn your sea legs and rent an apartment in Port Ewen. Now accepting landlubbers. Looking for an apartment near the Town of Esopus Library? Talk to our local experts by using the "Ask a Question" feature and find out what it’s like to live in this harmonious hamlet.
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Are you looking for a spacious three bedroom apartment so you can find a few roommates to accompany you to Auctions Unlimited and Silvestro Antiques? Perhaps you’re looking for a sleek one bedroom that’s walking distance from Port Ewen Diner. Whatever apartment you’re after, we’re here to help you find it. If you’re wondering how much you can expect to spend on an apartment in Port Ewen, just take a look at the rent table. It has the latest average rates on one, two, and three bedroom units. Read on to learn more about life in Port Ewen, and be sure to brag about your new apartment with a letter to the editor in the Daily Freeman!
Beautiful Land and People
Did you know that conservationist John Burroughs once lived in the Town of Esopus? Rent an apartment in Port Ewen and surround yourself with natural beauty while you play on your smartphone, tablet, and other unnatural doohickeys. Whether you’re a lover of the great outdoors or you feel the need to spray on insect repellent every time you leave the house, you’ll love living in Port Ewen. This charming New York town (technically a census-designated place) offers not only gorgeous scenery, but wonderful community as well. There are only around 4,000 people who live in town, so you won’t run the risk of getting lost in the crowd. The closest you’ll come to a traffic jam is a few turtles crossing the road now and again. Should you need help carrying your collection of very large and heavy things into your new apartment, you’re sure to find an able-bodied, friendly neighbor who’s willing to help. Rent an apartment in Port Ewen and enjoy the beauty of the Hudson Valley and its wonderful citizens.
Become a Library Regular
Looking for a literary escape from the move-in blues, but lost your collection of books on the freeway? Visit the Town of Esopus Library and you’ll have access to thousands of tire-mark-free books. Whether you’re looking for a good non-fiction book to read in your new living room or you’re brave enough to read a horror novel in the middle of the woods, the Town of Esopus Library will meet your needs. A member of the Mid-Hudson Library System, this library invites residents to, "Reconnect, Relax, Become a Regular". The library offers not only a great collection of books, free Wi-Fi, and downloadable eBooks, but special programs as well. Up for some folk music? Need some help with watercolors? Sign up for one of the library’s many programs and you’ll be banging out Joan Baez covers and painting gorgeous bowls of fruit in no time.
Shop 'til You Drop
Break a few things when you were moving into your new apartment? While you might not be able to replace the mix tapes your ex made for you (and why would you?), you will be able to purchase plenty of new products thanks to Ulster County’s great shopping opportunities. You’ll find everything from blank tapes to duct tape in the Port Ewen area. Want to spruce up your new pad with fresh flowers? Visit Pamela's Floral Cottage and go daisy crazy. While you’re at it, why not stop by Atomic Clothing Company and update your outdated wardrobe? Celebrate the replacement of your acid washed jeans with a bottle of bubbly from Port Ewen Liquor Store. Whatever your shopping needs, you’re sure to be a happy consumer in Port Ewen. What are you waiting for? Get a move on!
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How much are utilities in Port Ewen?
WIth hot summers and cold winters in Port Ewan, monthly utilities will vary drastically by season. The gas bill will be highest in winter, when the heat will be used without fail, and the electric bill will be highest in summer (if you're using air conditioning, that is). Also, it depends on the size of your house or apartment, the number of people living in your unit, and whether or not heat is included. On average, a family of three can expect gas and electric combined to cost about $130 per month. Electric should generally cost $90 a month, gas should run about $40 a month, and water/sewer should cost about $35 a month.