Warwick, NY 55+ Active Adult Retirement Communities

Warwick is a quaint town in Eastern New York. The town offers active adults outdoor attractions such as a tranquil sculpture garden and a lively ski area at Mount Peter. A number of nearby wineries and orchards provide plenty of local sites to explore, and the city’s Main Street features several shops and restaurants, making Warwick a popular destination among retirees.

Warwick is a quaint town in Eastern New York. The town offers active adults outdoor attractions such as a tranquil sculpture garden and a lively ski area at Mount Peter. A number of nearby wineries and orchards provide plenty of local sites to explore, and the city’s Main Street features several shops and restaurants, making Warwick a popular destination among retirees.

Climate & Geography

The climate in Warwick is classified as humid continental, which means residents can expect all four seasons, with warm, humid summers and cold winters. The town receives more rainfall and snowfall than the national average, with the rainiest months being May and June.

Recreation, Culture & Entertainment

Warwick offers an ideal setting for active adults who desire relaxation in a quaint town during their retirement. The city provides retirees with opportunities for outdoor recreation, as well as plenty of wineries and orchards located nearby. Mount Peter is perhaps the most popular outdoor activity in Warwick. Visitors can hit the slopes and enjoy skiing or snowboarding during the colder months.

Retirees seeking more laid-back outdoor activities can take a peaceful stroll through Pacem in Terris Sculpture Garden. The garden features sculptures by artist Frederick Franck, who spent much of his life in Warwick. Locals can gaze upon over 70 pieces of art and enjoy views of Wawayanda Creek.

Warwick is home to several local shops and restaurants on Main Street. Those seeking more extensive shopping and dining options can take a trip to Central Valley, where the Woodbury Common Premium Outlets is located.

Cost of Living & Taxes

The cost of living in Warwick is higher than the state and national averages. This is mainly due to the high cost of homes and housing in Warwick, however, other factors such as grocery, health care, transportation, and utility costs are above average as well.

Income tax in New York can range from 4 percent to 8.82 percent, and localities are allowed to levy additional income tax. While Social Security benefits aren’t taxed in New York, property taxes are above average. Sales tax in Warwick is higher than the national average, at 8.13 percent.

Health Care

Warwick locals have convenient access to health care at St. Anthony Community Hospital, situated within Warwick. Valley Hospital, in Ridgewood, New Jersey, is ranked the No. 6 hospital in the state, and is rated high performing in one specialty and five procedures and conditions.


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$369,000

1056 Southern Hills Drive, Banning, CA

Meadow Ranch Community

  • 3 bed
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  • 3 bath
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  • 2320 SqFt
MLS CV23099287
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