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Hudson River towns and towns in the Catskills are the constant topic of travel and lifestyle features in magazines, newspapers, blogs, and television. Once you choose to spend your time here it becomes immediately clear why the region sits in the spotlight. The lifestyle of those who live in the towns in the Catskills and the Hudson Valley is relaxed, connected with the beautiful natural surroundings and enhanced by arts and culture. The small cities, hamlets and towns that make up the region each have a very distinct personality, from sleepy to bustling from glamorous to subdued, you will find the atmosphere that best suits you somewhere amongst our hills and valleys. Many times a village will have a particular architectural style that is more prevalent than others or be known for some very specific ammenities. We wanted to share our comprehensive understanding of the places we work, live and play in with you. We created these community pages to give you an overview of what you can expect from the lifestyle and real estate in each town.
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Just one and a half hours north of New York City is where you'll find Catskill real estate. Are you thinking “Dirty Dancing”? Are you thinking sleepy mountain towns with little commerce and not much happening on a Saturday night? Are you thinking, “sure it’s pretty… but if I go to the Catskills I’ll be alone. What are you thinking? READ MORE
Hudson Valley real estate is highly sought since it has it all just a stone's throw from Manhattan: historic estates, wineries, mountain views, river cruises, outdoor adventure, antiquing, classical music venues, sparkling streams, Shakespeare Festivals and mossy hiking trails. The question isn't "What can you do in the Hudson Valley?" but "What can't you do in the Hudson Valley?" READ MORE
You'll find Columbia County real estate in New York on the east side of the Hudson River, and features rolling hills that rise into the Taconic and Bershire Mountains along the state line. There is certainly a wide variety of homes in this mostly rural area: farms, historic homes, acreages and newer single-family homes are all part of the inventory is this amazing region that includes the towns of Gallatin, Canaan, Hillsdale, and Hudson, among others. READ MORE
Explore Dutchess County real estate in New York, in a beautiful area west of the mid section of the famous Hudson River, within the Hudson Valley. The area runs the gambit when it comes to homes selection: Farms, luxury estates and horse properties along the Hudson with acreages, cabins, single-family homes, condos and townhomes rounding out the vast real estate picture in Dutchess County. READ MORE
Greene County real estate is located in the southeast central region of New York State, just west of the Hudson River and just south of Albany. Although Green County New York was named for famed Revolutionary War general Nathaniel Greene, you could be forgiven for thinking Greene County’s moniker is due to the area’s rich, verdant countryside. Known for its excellent skiing in Hunter NY and Windham, NY, Greene County New York also has more than its fair share of quaint and colorful riverside towns, many of which house vibrant artist communities. READ MORE
The quiet Upstate County. Orange County is beautiful, has plenty of undeveloped land, charming villages, and small cities. It's a short, convenient commute to NYC too. And yet, you don't hear all the much about it. There are very few blog posts, articles in big papers and television spots on Orange county. Perhaps it is because it is so very close to the city that not everyone considers it an "escape". But make no mistake, it's a decided escape from the city lifestyle, with many of the same attractions as Ulster and Greene counties, and a commute that can be easily managed daily. READ MORE
Beautiful Ulster County is situated in the very heart of the Hudson River Valley, Ulster County, NY, is bordered by the Hudson River to the east and 250 million acres of forever-wild woodlands in the Catskill Park and Forrest Preserve to the west. The Hudson River and the Catskill Mountains make Ulster County an outdoor playground. Your free time can be filled with rock climbing, boating, fishing, gardening, skiing and hiking. But Ulster County has a vibrant cultural side too. READ MORE
Accord, New York is located in the beautiful Rondout Valley. The Village of Accord sits on the Rondout Creek. It's a quiet little village with a Church and a Synagogue, a fire station, post office and a gallery. It's adorable. But the real reason that Accord New York was once a hot-spot escape from the city in the golden age of the Catskills is the natural beauty that surrounds the Village. READ MORE
The best of the Catskills – a quiet, ungentrified, rural town with privacy, right next to the high energy outdoor playground of Windham! Located in the Catskill Mountains in Greene County, New York. READ MORE
Athens, NY is a small river town on the Western bank of the Hudson River about 2.5 hours north of New York City. Athens, New York is known for its affordable antique homes. If you have the restoration bug then you should definitely consider moving here to join the many other residents with the same affliction. Why is Athens NY Real Estate such a draw? READ MORE