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Who Lives Here

Woodstock Demographics

Education

High School

24%

Associate's

26%

Bachelor's

33%

Master's

15%

Doctorate

2%

Family Size

2 people

59%

3 people

22%

4 people

4%

5 people

14%

6+ people

2%

Household Income

0-50k

46%

50-100k

30%

100-150k

12%

150-200k

5%

200k+

6%

Age

0-10

11%

10-20

10%

20-45

17%

45-65

30%

65+

32%

Affordability

How expensive is it in Woodstock?

Rent Trends

Studio1 Bed2 Beds3 Beds
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Jan '24-$1500--
Dec '23-$1500--
Nov '23-$1500--
Oct '23-$1500--
Sep '23-$1500--
Aug '23-$1500--
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Apr '23-$1450--
Mar '23-$1450--
Feb '23-$1450--

*The rent information included in this summary is based on a median calculation of multifamily rental property inventory on Apartment Guide and Rent.com over the past 12-months and is for illustrative purposes only. This information does not constitute a pricing guarantee or financial advice related to the rental market.

Getting Around Woodstock

Woodstock Transportation

Commute Time

0-15 Mins

33%

15-30 Mins

31%

30-40 Mins

17%

40-60 Mins

5%

60+ Mins

13%

Woodstock Education

Schools

Top Schools in Woodstock

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Living in Woodstock, NY

A small town located in New York, Woodstock has approximately 2,000 residents. Retirees account for a greater percentage of the population (34%) here than nationally (14%), while young adults are less well-represented. Overall, the town's population, with an average age of just under 50, is decidedly older than most cities in New York. Only 27% of residents rent in Woodstock, as most own their homes. With a relatively low average rent of $1,160 a month in the town, renting remains an affordable option, particularly compared to other cities in New York. Each month, renters in Woodstock will save around $120 compared to the state average.

Woodstock has a high percentage of residents over the age of 25 with advanced degrees compared to the national average (7%), as 17% have earned a Master's or a Doctorate. Additionally, 27% have a Bachelor's degree, which also outpaces the national average. If you're looking for a variety of career options, Woodstock has you covered. The four most common industries are entertainment, healthcare, retail, and education. Together, these industries make up 26% of the town's labor force. Meanwhile, in terms of job function, many of the town's residents work in management, which ranks as the top field in the town. With an average annual income of around $77,000, Woodstock workers bring in roughly the same as their peers elsewhere in New York. Woodstock, however, compares more favorably to the national average ($73,345).

Woodstock has an average commute time of about 27 minutes. Driving a vehicle is the prevailing way to get to work, opted for by 31% of commuters, while public transit is used by only 3% of the population. Walking (2%) isn't a common method of commuting to work, though the number exceeds the national average.

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