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Allied Van Lines: The Best of Poughkeepsie Moving Companies

Both Allied Van Lines agents in the Poughkeepsie, NY, area have earned 5-star ratings and are extremely familiar with many locations in town from the riverfront to Peckham Road. Whether you need us to handle your entire move from start to finish or only the transportation of your belongings, we'll be up to the task of safely and smoothly relocating you from point A to point B. We’re accredited by the BBB, so you can feel confident that we’ll provide you with excellent customer service during the entire process.

You shouldn’t hesitate to get in touch with us if you could use assistance from an Allied Van Lines agent with your relocation. We’re capable of finding qualified movers to pack up your belongings, transport them to your new living or working space and unpack and arrange your items to your satisfaction. Our goal will be to ensure that your move in Poughkeepsie goes off without a hitch, so we hope that you’ll turn to us when you’re ready to get your move underway
Poughkeepsie, New York, is located along the Hudson River between Albany and New York City. “The Queen City of the Hudson” once served as New York’s capital for a period of time after the American Revolution.

The Reformed Church of Poughkeepsie was established in 1720 and incorporated as a village in 1799. During the 19th Century, elite families including the Vanderbilts, Astors and Rogers built weekend homes nearby because of the area’s natural beauty. Today, more than 30,800 people call this historic city home.

Poughkeepsie Activities and Attractions

The Bardavon 1769 Opera House is the oldest continuously-operating theater in the state of New York. The theater plays host the Hudson Valley Philharmonic concerts, daytime performances, community service events and school residencies. Several famous people have performed on the Bardavon stage including Mark Twain, Frank Sinatra, James Earl Jones and Sarah Bernhardt.

The Locust Grove Estate is the former home of artist and inventor Samuel Morse. The mansion was constructed in 1850 so the family could have a quiet escape from New York City during the summers. The estate is located on a bluff overlooking the Hudson River and features several gardens that highlight the landscape. Visitors can use the nearly five miles of hiking trails on the grounds including the Sawmill and Cascade trails as well as Lane Loop.

Also in Poughkeepsie is the former country estate of Matthew Vassar, founder of Vassar College, known as Springside. This National Historic Landmark provides guests with winding trails, enchanting gardens and a breathtaking landscape.

Moving to Poughkeepsie

Once you decide to make this historic city your new home, you’ll need to find a Poughkeepsie moving company. Allied Van Lines  has more than 2,600 employees nationwide and our agents have more than 3,500 long haul and regional vehicle fleets to help you transport your belongings.

When you hire Allied, you can choose from a variety of services including full-service and fragile-only packing, box and furniture inventory and unpacking and clean-up services. Allied also has self-pack materials including boxes, dish barrels for kitchenware and stretch wrap for upholstered furniture. Customers who choose Allied don’t have to worry about any surprise pricing and can rest easy knowing their personal items will arrive safely.

Top Public Schools in poughkeepsie, new-york

Oak Grove Elementary School



Orville A Todd Middle School



Spackenkill High School



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Cost of Living in poughkeepsie, new-york

Cost of Living Index 0
Rent Index 34.19
Groceries Index 73.08
Restaurant Index 83.87
Cost of Living Plus Rent Index 0
Local Purchasing Power 0

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