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The summer gets rolling in the Catskills and Hudson Valley in June, and there are exciting events of every kind in Greene, Ulster, Columbia, Putnam, Sullivan, Orange, and Dutchess Counties. As fate (luck?) would have it, we featured area history in our monthly newsletter, and there are so many history-related events on the calendar this month. We didn't plan it, but we'll take it! And, of course, with the start of the summer comes the start of all the farmer's markets The Hudson Valley is known for. We've featured just a few here. Looking for the one closest to you? Look for your community on our Hudson Valley and Catskills community information pages - there's a "Farms and Markets" resource for each town. Here's a short list of the many, many

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151 Schildknecht Road, Hurley, NY 12443

From dome homes and shell houses, to luxury colonials and turn-key homes with unexpected price tags (in a good way!) - it's one of those rare times in real estate that there's something on the market for you, no matter how wildly wonderful your taste. You won't believe the spectacular homes we have for your review this month! If one of the homes for sale below catches your attention, send a message and we'll see it together. 



69 Winnie Road, Mount Tremper, NY 12457

1. Our First Home Is In The Mountains

This is a charming, unique Catskills home set peacefully on a quiet road in Mt Tremper with the Esopus Creek below, that needs to be experienced to fully appreciate. It's the

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Bringing The Outdoors In, Oil On Canvas, 20" x 36"


Alix Hallman Travis: Fine Art In Oil & Acrylic On Canvas

Coldwell Banker Village Green Realty’s New Paltz NY Real Estate office is proud to present the paintings of Alix Hallman Travis in an exhibition titled Fine Art in Oil & Acrylic on Canvas as part of our "Gallery At Work" series.

The village of Rhinebeck in the scenic Hudson Valley is Alix's home with their Bragg Hollow Studio a few steps off the main street. In the summer, they're often found outside, en plein air, painting those familiar subjects that we all know but have ceased to notice because we see them every day. With their painter’s eye, they are constantly looking for shapes, angles, light effects, and interesting lines that

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