Accord NY Real Estate

Accord NY Real EstateAccord is a lovely hamlet, located on the side of a creek hamlet in the Town of Rochester. It can be a little confusing for non locals, or even locals! The area shares most of its municipal services with the town ofKerhonkson. The town hall and transfer station and all the other municipal services are generally categorized as the Tow of Rochester. The town of Accord was originally named Port Jackson, the name “Accord” is supposed to come from the petition of the local townspeople to the capital of the state, Albany. The authorities in charge inAlbanycouldn’t agree or come to an accord on the name, thusly naming the tow “Accord.’ The name is pronounced differently that its namesake Honda. The town is pronounced a-chord!

One of the more popular attractions in the area is the Accord Train Station. The station was built in 1902, and eventually gave way to the newer improved highways putting a stop to the usage of the train, to access the lower Catskill Mountains and other less populated areas of upstateNew York. The area is affordable and well located. The area has a high concentration of gorgeous farms and historical sites.

Accord NY Real Estate

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