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Photo Via Houzz   Once maligned as hopelessly out-of-style the ranch-style home is back! Fueled by a renewed interest in mid-century style ranches are becoming the choice of the fashion forward. Not only are they the perfect backdrop for today's decor styles, they're also easy to clean. Turn on you Roomba in the morning and you're done! Ranch homes are perfect for people who find stairs a challenge and also for families who want to actually be together in their home. Style guru of the moment Emily Henderson has been documenting her own renovation and decoration of a mid-century style ranch on her blog and in just about every home decor magazine you'll find at Barnes and Noble. Here's a peak at her lofty living room from Domino…
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Thanks for looking at our ad in "House Magazine". Here are the fabulous properties we selected for this issue. Just click on the picture to see all of the details. Of course if you want to see everything that's available you can use our advanced search here. If you have questions about anything to do with the area or properties ask one of our agents.

171 Belleview Rd, Highland

31 Hussey Hill Road, Ulster Park

37 River Road, Saugerties

64 Dug Road, Accord

605 State Street, Hudson

294 Abbey Rd, Woodstock

137 Cedar Street, Kingston


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Looking for The Catskill Land For Sale You Saw in Doorways? Just Scroll Down!


Here's the rumor that just never seems to go away; building a custom home is often regarded as a complicated and daunting prospect, fraught with missed deadlines, financing difficulties and unsavory construction types. Ahhhh! Certainly not for the faint of heart or the inexperienced, much less the first-time home buyer! It doesn't have to be that way!


Your home building story doesn’t have to read like an allegory. With the proper guidance it can read more like a fairy tale.


From identifying a piece of unimproved land, to navigating the gulag of Board of Health approvals and zoning requirements, to finding an architect, interviewing builders,

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Every year my best friend comes up from New Jersey and we spend a fall weekend in Hudson, NY. We check out the foliage, we shop, we dine (this is the back of his head from a couple of years ago...), we check out the Hudson Real Estate offerings (something we've been doing for fun since we were in college - real estate dorks from the start) we have a grand old time.

Hudson DiningThis year we wanted to spend the night so that the fun could go on and on. Guess what? No dice. Everywhere I called was booked for the holiday weekend and didn't have two rooms for us to occupy. Ugh. This makes me regret not buying a piece of Hudson real estate years ago,  even more than I did before! So we're going to just spend the day. 

Not being able to get a room made me think

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