Catskill real estate is part of a large town (by Greene County NY Standards) on the Hudson River. When we say town, we mean a real town with an old-fashioned Main Street that has thriving locally owned businesses and restaurants. You can drop your kids at dance class, get your hair done, take a zumba class and then all get lunch together. It’s the kind of town that’s getting harder and harder to find these days. Read more about Catskill.
Welcome to Catskill, New York!
A little triangle of a town with the Hudson River flanking its eastern edge; Catskill, NY.
The Catskill Mountains bordering its northern and western edges.
And beautiful Catskill Creek evenly bisecting its center; Catskill, NY.
Catskill, New York is utterly charming.
You can reach Catskill via the Rip Van Winkle Bridge from the eastern side of the Hudson; Catskill, NY
While you're crossing, wave to the very sleepy New York resident of old and the bridge's namesake, Rip Van Winkle.
If you're coming from the west you'll cross the Uncle Sam Bridge instead.
Thusly named for another famous New Yorker, Samuel Wilson aka our own Uncle Sam.
The view of Catskill Creek is pretty swell from up here; Uncle Sam Bridge, Catskill, NY.
The view of the Village isn't so bad either. Uncle Sam Bridge, Catskill, NY
Find a place to park on Main Street and start looking around; Thompson and Main Street, Catskill, NY
The first thing that catches your eye may very well be Catskill's architecture; Catskill, NY.
Gorgeous, historic homes are everywhere; Catskill, NY.
We love the Easter egg colored townhomes at 398 Main Street, Catskill, NY.
Keep an eye out for fading advertisements, Water Street, Catskill, NY.
And antiquated wall anchors, like this cross, Water Street, Catskill, NY.
You'll see entry ornate cornices, Main Street, Catskill, NY.
Intricate iron railings, Main Street, Catskill, NY.
Converted factories, Water Street, Catskill, NY.
Art deco delights; Ambrosia Diner, Catskill, NY
You'll see big, bold, beautiful style; Willard Alley and Main Street, Catskill, NY
On buildings that are not so big at all; Main Street, Willard Alley, Catskill, NY
Poised next to buildings yellow and tall; Main Street, Catskill, NY
Porches and blue skies and oval windows that look like eyes; Bronson and Main Street, Catskill, NY.
Gothic Churches, Main Street; Catskill, NY
With spires that reach for the sky; Main Street, Catskill, NY
You'll find houses and factories draped with trumpet vines; Catskill, NY.
With benches nearby, so you can sit and watch hummingbirds dine. Factory Street Garden, Catskill, NY.
You'll find home decor; 340 Main Street; Catskill, NY
You'll find antiques; Main Street, Catskill, NY.
You'll find pottery; L&M Studio, 409 Main Street, Catskill, NY
You'll find presents from Hawaii, Mahalo Gifts, 401 Main Street; Catskill, NY
You'll find handmade tiles, Tile Shop, 305 Main Street; Catskill, NY
And that's only a few of Catskills' treats, Main Street; Catskill, NY
There's an old fashioned barber, complete with barber's pole; 349 Main Street, Catskill, NY
And so much, much more! Main Street; Catskill, NY
Stop and grab some coffee at Retriever Roasters to power you through your shopping experience, 354 Main Street; Catskill, NY
The Greene County Council for the Arts is also nearby, 398 Main Street; Catskill, NY
There are galleries, too, like Brik Gallery, 416 Main Street; Catskill, NY
Dina Bursztyn's Open Studio at 396 Main Street, offers a funky twist on art; Catskill, NY
And there are murals scattered throughout town, Freight Masters Building; Catskill, NY
Like these on the Freight Masters' Building; Catkill, NY
We particularly like this mural of Catskill itself; Catskill, NY
Catskill also a movie theater, too, (pictured here with the Catskill Cat); Community Theater, Catskill, NY
The Community Theater was opened as a vaudeville house in 1920, Main Street; Catskill, NY.
Catskill is also the seat for the Greene County Courthouse; Catskill, NY.
The Greene County Courthouse has its own share of terrific architecture; Catskill, NY
The Catskill Community Center, also on Main, offers fun and challenging programs for kids, Catskill, NY.
Wait. Don't rush off. Spend the night at the amazing Winterclove Inn, Roundtop; Catskill, NY
Offering lodging to travelers 1863, Winterclove is a nature-filled oasis of calm; Catskill, NY
Go in spring with the redbuds begin to bloom, Winterclove; Catskill, NY
Go in summer and splash in their stream; Winterclove, Catskill, NY
Maybe you'll meet some new friends out in the countryside; Catskill, NY
Take a day trip to Catskill Point Park; Catskill, NY
In fall, the Riverside Farmers' and Artisians' Market come to Catskill Point to sell their fresh produce and wares; Catskill, NY
Catskill Point Park is also the location of the Catskill Maritime Museum and the Freight Master's Building; Catskill, NY
Henry Hudson stopped here when it was known as Wanatonka Island, Catskill Point; Catskill, NY
Catskill Point Park has terrific views across Catskill Creek; Catskill, NY
Or head to nearby Dutchman's Landing Park; Catskill, NY
Both Dutchman's Landing and Catskill Point Park are considered to be the top 5 parks of upstate New York; Catskill, NY
As you drive away from Catskill, perhaps you'll be looking back and planning your return; Catskill, NY
Explore Catskill homes in the region that’s right on the Hudson River in Greene County, and pretty Dutchman’s Landing Park has boat access to a series of serene creeks as well as the Hudson and a wonderful view of the river, the Rip Van Winkle Bridge and Olana State Historic Site. Hike the gentle terrain of Cohotate Preserve or take a short drive to Tannersville, Windham and Hunter areas for more challenging hikes. Cross the river to Hudson, until recently the best-kept secret of NYC interior designers, where you’ll find amazing antique shops and world-class dining. Catskill is also convenient to Saugerties, a 50-minute commute to Albany and 2 hours and 20 minutes from NYC. While the buzz on Catskill is out, Catskill, NY Real Estate is still affordable and is characterized by beautiful old buildings in town, and farmhouses and Victorians on the outskirts of town.
Real Estate In Catskill, NY
Real estate in Catskill couldn't be more easily accessible. There are fixer-uppers for under $100,000, houses in fantastic condition for under $200,000 and some unbelievable Victorians in pristine condition for under $250,000. Catskill New York Real Estate is the way to go if you want a super-affordable getaway in the Catskills or Hudson Valley or full-time home in a great town that has walkability and character.
Listing information last updated on January 17th, 2022 at 10:20pm EST.
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