There are numerous places where you can live in Woodstock. There are pet friendly apartments available if you are married to your parrot.
Woodstock has some of the best neighborhoods in the United States.
Ridgefield: This area has a mixed community of cultural and occupational groups residing there.
City Center: This neighborhood is close to Woodstock and is also called an urban district.
Rodger Road: Most properties on Rodger Road are owned by residents. The area is rich in Romanian ancestry.
Schuette Drive: Houses here are in demand because of the way they are reasonable priced.
Mchenry Avenue: These areas have houses selling for a lot lower than the national average.
Washington Street: Houses here are reasonable
Dane Street: The houses in these neighborhoods are studio, two, three and four bedrooms. There are also townhouses and family homes that are designed for family living.
Woodstock has a rich culture to go with its beauty and popularity. Music, movies, news and annual tradition are some of the things visitors and residents look forward to in the city. Some annual traditions include Ground Hog Day, Fair Diddley, Farmers Market, Diversity Day Festival, Harvest Fest, Woodstock City Band Concert, Woodstock Folk Festival, Woodstock Challenge Road Run, Harvest Fest, Woodstock CABA Days, Woodstock Mozart Festival and Woodstock Jazz on the Squire Festival.
Woodstock’s railroad station is used regularly by commuters to travel to and fro each day.
Live Like the Stars
Live vicariously through some of Woodstock's notables, like actress and model Jessica Biel, Dick Tracy inventor Chester Gould, actor Emile Hirsch, political activist Alexander Berkman, actor Paul Newman and a host of other celebutantes.