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Livingston Manor is all about what to do outside and how to relax after you’ve done it. This happening hamlet in the Town of Rockland NY is like so many in Sullivan County, which you’ll find is a place of wild forests and lovely rivers with tiny dots of civilization here and there.
“A small mountain town with a huge back yard” in the southwest corner of the Catskill Park, Livingston Manor boasts world-class trout-fishing streams, hiking, waterfalls, lakes and ponds and a vibrant community in “the land of little rivers.” Two streams—the famed Willowemoc Creek and the Beaverkill, plus their spring-fed tributaries—provide what the place is most famous for, fly fishing, and the 53 acres of the Catskill Fly Fishing Center and Museum (comprising the Museum, the Wulff Gallery & Heritage Craft Center, gift shop, bunkhouses, a covered pavilion, casting field, pond, trail system and river access) are a focus for all those who flock to the area for their favorite sport. Even if you’re not an enthusiast, they welcome you to enjoy the grounds; you can still appreciate swimming or wading in or simply being near the beautiful, unspoiled streams.
The other important fly fishing center here is the Wulff School of Fly Fishing, one of the most highly esteemed in the U.S. Lee Wulff popularized fly fishing to the TV audience in the early days of American Sportsman. Joan Wulff started as a schoolgirl in casting competitions and today is the leading female fly fisherman in the world.
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At Antrim Streamside for Country Pursuits you’ve got 250 acres to wander by the Willowemoc after an afternoon’s house-hunting! Arnold House sits on 80 acres of Shandalee Mountain!
Livingston Manor Fly Fishing Club will introduce you to a slower pace & help you connect with the natural environment! Parksville Rail Trail is often called the Old Railroad Grade!
The Catskill Arts Center's 4,500+-square-foot facility includes visual art galleries, a multi-purpose teaching studio, a clay studio and an art library with digital learning resources!
Twin Brook Farm aims to breed horses that are beautiful, intelligent and "of the tent." Wild Roots Farm fosters self-growth and societal change through hands-in-the-soil experiences!
Hannah’s Breakfast Bowl at the Walk In! Summer Rolls at Ba & Me! Organic Split Pea Soup & Root Cellar Sandwich at Main Street Farm! Banana Mylkshake & Carrot/Hummus Fritters at Fare Haven!
Work it out on authentic Joseph Pilates apparatus at Pilates at the Barn! The #1 goal at VIP Fitness is to help you achieve your #1 goal! Get done at Sophistication Hair Design!
Good Old Days is antiques, old books, records & collectibles in a historic barn! Dette Flies is a 94-year-old family-run fly shop! Willow & Brown is clothing, household goods & gifts!
Stone Arch Bridge Historical Park is available for weddings! Take a tour, class or workshop at Apple Pond Farm! Spend a peaceful afternoon hiking or rolling around the O&W Rail Trail!
There's so much to do in Livingston Manor, NY - it can be hard to decide! Contact one of our Local Experts at Village Green Realty. We'd love to give you our recommendation on the best things to do in Livingston Manor.
Environmental organizations like the Catskill Mountainkeeper and Haven for Humanity, whose offices are in Livingston Manor, help ensure the region isn't overrun by unwise development. Fare Haven organic market and kitchen is part of Haven for Humanity’s mission of helping us with self-care; their menu is all gluten-, wheat-, peanut- and soy-free and plant-based. This is the kind of resource that lends Livingston Manor the atmosphere it has, with retreats, tours and healing practices like massage, meditation and forest bathing.
Other cool outdoor places nearby are Mongaup Pond Campground and the Livingston Manor Covered Bridge Park, from where people love to post their pics on Instagram. Meanwhile, Wild Roots Farm offers farm tours, harvest celebrations, nature walks, foraging, water blessings, cooking with fire, fiber arts and other immersive programs. Livingston Manor NY’s got what used to be called a hippie vibe; but it’s hipper than hippie now, isn’t it!
Happily, Livingston Manor is one of so many places nowadays to host a Sunday farmers market. Among the delectable goods are gluten-free products from County Road Bakery and locally grown fresh and dried flowers from ELM Garden Design. When you’ve cooked all the produce from the market, and you’re in the mood to get out and enjoy something to drink or a meal, there are loads of restaurants and particularly breweries in the neighborhood. Two right in Livingston Manor are Catskill Brewery and Upward Brewing Company. Main Street Farm’s had a mention in Vogue for their local-smoked-trout Beaverkill sandwich, and a recent visit proved a real treat for the fresh, local breads and other locally sourced goods.
In terms of community, getting to know people in Livingston Manor is easy. Volunteering opportunities abound, starting with Livingston Manor Renaissance, where residents from 9 to 90 work from the hamlet’s wish-list to make it a better place. Livingston Manor Trout Parade brings together Livingston Manor NY and the Sullivan County Catskills in general at an annual street fair on the second Saturday in June. This little hamlet even has its Livingston Manor Free Library. If you want to get to know the creative and artistic souls in the area, check out Bryan Cronk Ceramics, Space Acres Botanicals, Catskill Art Society and the Shandelee Music Festival in July and August. Arts and culture are well represented!
So many reasons to check out Livingston Manor in Sullivan County NY!
You can live down in the hamlet or up on a hill nearby if you choose your next home in Livingston Manor.
For instance, check out this five-bedroom, 2.5-bath, 3,570-square-foot contempo Livingston Manor farmhouse for sale on 26 hilltop acres with the most marvelous Catskills views for miles! Did we mention the wraparound porch, pond and two-story barn? You can’t miss with this private Livingston Manor NY home for sale!
If you’d rather be within walking distance of Livingston Manor’s markets and cafes, there’s a neat and clean, newly remodeled three-bedroom, one-bath, 1,210-square-foot Livingston Manor NY home for sale with a new deck, new kitchen floors and cabinets, new stairs and new bathroom accoutrements in a neighborhood of historic properties.
Also in town with a view of hills from the front of the house is a wonderful, refurbished five-bedroom, two-bath, 2,634-square-foot Livingston Manor home for sale set high off the road with new appliances in the kitchen, a bluestone floor-to-ceiling fireplace in the living room, lovely wooden architectural details throughout and a big lawn out front and woods in back. This Livingston Manor property also includes a two-car garage and second big building for your business or whatever you want to make it!
If you have any questions about Livingston Manor real estate, feel free to contact Coldwell Banker Village Green Realty. We'd love to show you all that Livingston Manor has to offer.
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Listing information last updated on September 26th, 2023 at 12:05pm EDT.