Rhinecliff NY

Rhinecliff NY Real Estate Listings
2 Charles St, Rhinebeck
  • Commercial
  • 0 Beds
  • 0 Baths
  • 4,005 SqFt

2 Charles St, Rhinebeck

$1,100,000

 

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Rhinecliff is the on-the-river sister village of Rhinebeck. It's small and very charming, and as such Rhinecliff real estate is a rarity. Decades ago people used to come to the Rhinecliff Hotel from both sides of the river  on summer evenings to hang out on the old porch facing the river, sip a cool cocktail and watch the boats and trains going by with the sun setting behind the Catskills. The old hotel hadn’t changed much since it was built in 1854 as a rooming house for the ferry and railroad passengers. It was a lazy, relaxed kind of place. People would sit on the simple wooden benches, lean back against the outside wall of the building and bask in the beautiful light. It was popular with the locals and Bard students, still is in its current reincarnation as The Rhinecliff, a boutique hotel, at the height of fashion. You can see the allure: jump on the train in NYC, step back in time at the 1914 Rhinecliff train station, then make your way to the reborn Rhinecliff Hotel, all scrubbed up and painted a pretty yellow. Not only is The Rhinecliff a lovely place, it's the focal point of the village.

 

 


 

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2 Charles St, Rhinebeck
  • Commercial
  • 0 Beds
  • 0 Baths
  • 4,005 SqFt

2 Charles St, Rhinebeck

$1,100,000

 


 

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Things To Do In Rhinecliff, NY

Lodging

Mirbeau Rhinebeck is reminiscent of an old Parisian hotel. The Writer’s Room at Baker House has a private balcony. Relax at Chestnut Suite with a game or two of pool or swim in the pool. See our list...  

Sports & Outdoor Activities

Ellerslie Stables boasts miles of trails & a 100x200' indoor arena. Brooke Astor deeded Ferncliffe Forest to the Rhinebeck Rotary with the provision that it must be forever-wild. See our list...  

Arts & Entertainment

Go to a show at Center for Performing Arts, Cocoon Theatre or Tangent Theatre. Art Studio Views is designed to promote work by Northern Dutchess & Southern Columbia County artists. See our list...  

Farms & Markets

Bard Farm provides sustainably grown produce to the entire campus community. Mead Orchards has pick-your-own strawberries, blueberries, plums, cherries, peaches & apples in season. See our list...  

Food

Hibachi Vegetable with Ginger Sauce at Osaka. Mozzarella Panini at the Amsterdam. Wild Mushroom Bisque & Pumpkin Ravioli at Terrapin. Vermont Pearled Barley Risotto at Bia. See our list...  

Fitness & Lifestyle

Rhinebeck Pilates boasts Joseph Pilates’ Original Equipment in working order. Try Celluma LED Light Therapy Treatment at Haven or Swedish Deep Tissue Massage at I Kneaded This. See our list...  

Shopping 

The Epicurean is a small neighborhood market featuring products all raised, grown or produced locally. Merriweather’s is all-natural skin-care products & lots of other nice things. See our list...  

Attractions

Enjoy raspberries & blueberries off the bushes on Hopeland Trail. Catch live music & performance at Fisher Center, or just go there to see the great building, designed by Frank Gehry. See our list...  

There's so much to do in Rhinecliff, 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 Rhinecliff.

 


 

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Rhinecliff NY History and Lifestyle

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Unlike the hotel, the town of Rhinecliff has changed little over the last 100 years. This may be because there’s so little room for development: The hamlet is one mile square and built almost vertically up the Hudson bluff. The main catalyst for change came in 1957 when the ferry was replaced with the Kingston-Rhinecliff Bridge, and although the amount of traffic back and forth over the Hudson was increased, Rhinecliff has remained charming and unspoiled. It’s one of the oldest intact hamlets along the Hudson and is listed in the National Register of Historic Places as a contributor to the Hudson River National Landmark District.

At the core of the hamlet is a grassy traffic island with a war memorial, and that’s where all the action is, so to speak. It’s pretty quiet in Rhinecliff. If you stand by the war memorial and turn around in a circle, you’ll see all of Rhinecliff’s commercial and civic buildings, which is to say the post office, the library just up the hill, and that’s about it. The rest of town comprises residential properties spilling up- and down-hill, mostly wooden frame houses on small, landscaped lots, many dating from the first half of the 19th century. And always the river glimmering below.

 

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Considering there’s a railroad station leading straight to NYC in Rhinecliff, it’s a wonder there are still less than 500 people living on Rhinecliff real estate. But then again, there’s not a lot of room in this Rhinebeck hamlet for new building. If you adore this little village, you'd be wise to work with a real estate agent who can help you jump on the occasional Rhinecliff homes for sale as they come on the market.

Coldwell Banker Village Green Realty agent can help you every step of the way to the Rhinecliff real estate you're hoping for.

For more information about Rhinecliff NY Real Estate, feel free to contact Coldwell Banker Village Green Realty We'd love help you find your dream home!

 


 

Rhinecliff NY Real Estate Statistics
At Coldwell Banker Village Green Realty we love sharing our market knowledge with our clients and neighbors. Market statistics might inform whether or not you decide to sell or hold a property or they might impact which town or village you choose of the three you're considering. To the right you'll find some basic market statistics. For in-depth comparative statistical reports visit our "Market News" page.
Property Types (active listings)
Average Price: $1,100,000
Total Listings: 1
Avg. Days On Market: 181
Avg. Price/SQFT: $275
Highest Price: $1,100,000
Lowest Price: $1,100,000
Avg. Property Age: 122 YEARS
Basic Statistics (active listings)

 

 


 

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Listing information last updated on October 3rd, 2022 at 8:35pm EDT.