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Each community within Ulster County has its own charm and flair.  From Woodstock to Ellenville or Kingston to Phoenicia, every town, hamlet and village has its own unique character that appeals to a wide range of buyers. During the warmer months, you can enjoy boating and dining along the beautiful Hudson River. Other popular outdoor activities include biking, hiking, camping, hang-gliding, golf, skiing or rock climbing. These activities are possible thanks to the presence of the Catskill and Shawangunk Mountain and the many creeks, streams and reservoirs that weave their way through the Ulster County landscape. There are local fairs and festivals that contribute to the wide diversity of culture in Ulster County. The county is also home to an active and diverse art community and an expansive range of local farms and orchards. Ulster County has a long and historic heritage dating back to the pre Revolutionary era. You can take the Stone House tour in Hurley, visit the Stockade District in Uptown Kingston or the Huguenot District in New Paltz. There is a wide variety of shopping, ranging from boutique to nationally known brands and many culinary delights county wide. Whatever your interests Ulster County has the answer.    

 

 

Accord, New York

Accord New York is a hamlet located in the Town of Rochester about 100 miles north and west of New York City. It is nestled in the Rondout Valley between the Shawangunk and Catskill Mountains. It is about 25 minutes from New Paltz and 1/2 hour from Kingston.

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Ellenville, New York

The village of Ellenville is within the town of Wawarsing, approximately ninety miles northwest of New York City and ninety miles southwest of Albany. The village is located at the junction of Routes NY 52 and US 209 and is bisected by the recently designated Shawangunk Scenic Byway.

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Esopus, New York

The town of Esopus is located along the banks of the Hudson River, about one hundred miles north of New York City. This is a town with beautiful waterfront properties, town homes, historic homes and single dwelling homes that are all located in a scenic and charming area that was established in 1811.

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Gardiner, New York

The Town of Gardiner has a long and substantial history. Located at the base of the Shawangunk Mountains in the beautiful Hudson Valley Gardiner offers many amenities for the year round or weekend resident.

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High Falls, New York

When  High Falls was unofficially named the "Center if the Universe" they weren’t too far off the mark. High Falls is a hamlet within the Town of Marbletown, New York. When entering High Falls you experience a definite sense you have arrived somewhere.

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Hurley, New York

Hurley is an historic Hudson Valley town of 6,700 people ideally situated between the Hudson River and the Catskill Mountains. It lies two hours from New York City and one hour from Albany.

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Kingston, New York

Founded in 1652, Kingston served as New York State's First Capital and home to Gov. George Clinton, who later served as Vice President of the United States. Situated on the Hudson River, within view of the Catskill Mountains, Kingston is a beautiful city, famous for its rich history and vibrant cultural life.

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Lloyd, New York

Right across the Hudson Valley river from the city of Poughkeepsie, the town of Lloyd, New York offers many home buyers unique opportunities when it comes to purchasing real estate. Originally part of the town of New Paltz, Lloyd is only one small part of the picturesque towns that make up the landscape of the Hudson Valley.

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Marbletown, New York

Like many of the towns in the county of Ulster,  Marbletown was founded around 1700, and this means that there are many reasons to live in this historic part of the Hudson River Valley. Marbletown has a population of about 8,000 residents. While this means that there is a small town feel to this area of the Hudson River Valley

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Marlborough, New York

The town of Marlborough, New York, which was founded in 1788, is bordered on the east by the Hudson River. So this makes real estate in the town of Marlborough appealing for many different reasons. Marlborough is definitely a home for families, and that is reflected in the amenities that you will find here.

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New Paltz, New York

New Paltz, New York is a rural community that offers an excellent escape destination with urban flavor in upstate New York. Located in the Hudson Valley, New Paltz allows you to relax while being surrounded by nature. You will find many hiking trails among the beautiful mountain backdrop.

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Olive, New York

Located in the beautiful Catskill Mountains of New York State you will find the beautiful 40,000-acre town of Olive, New York. The wonderful Ashokan Reservoir divided the city into north and south geographic areas. The beautiful hamlets of this city are located only thirty minutes from the first capital of New York, Kingston.

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Phoenicia, New York

Phoenicia is a small hamlet within Ulster County, New York that has a population of 381 as of 2000. This beautiful little hamlet is located within the northeast part of Shandaken on Route 28 right on the junction with Route 214 next to Esopus Creek.

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Rosendale, New York

Rosendale is a beautiful town with a rich history in Ulster County, New York. As of 2000, the census showed a population of over six thousand. At one time, the town has an incorporated village of the same name until voters dissolved the incorporation.

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Saugerties, New York

Saugerties, New York is located in Ulster County and as of 2000 has a popular of close to twenty thousand. The town also contains the village of Saugerties that is located in the northeast corner of the county. The east side of town is easily accessible from US Route 9W and the New York State Thruway or Interstate 87.

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Shandaken, New York

Throughout the century the town of Shandaken, New York has been known as a beautiful rural retreat and second-home community. This picturesque town is located within the heart of the Catskill Park and features a legacy of hospitality.

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Shokan, New York

Shokan is a quaint and beautiful little village located within the Town of Olive in Ulster County, New York within the heart of Catskill Park. As of 2000, the population of this beautiful area was over one thousand.

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Stone Ridge, New York

Stone Ridge is a beautiful and magnificent village in Ulster County, New York with a popular of just over a thousand in 2000. Stone Ridge is a community located within the town of Marbletown along US 209 where it overlaps with NY 213. Stone Ridge has a total area of 5.2 square miles with only 0.04 square miles of water.

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Town of Rochester, New York

Located within the heart of beautiful Rondout Valley, the beautiful town of Rochester, New York is home to over 7,000 individuals including the hamlets of Accord and Kerhonkson. This picturesque town is located between two beautiful majestic mountains: the Catskill Mountains and the Shawangunk Ridge. Some of the popular attractions in this town include family-owned farms, fresh food markets, local artists, small businesses and outdoor recreation.

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West Saugerties, New York

West Saugerties is a small hamlet in Ulster County, New York that is a part of the Saugerties Town. This small and beautiful village sits about six hundred feet above sea level making it the ideal mountain retreat for those who enjoy the outdoors.

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Wawarsing, New York

Wawarsing, New York is found in the far southwestern corner of Ulster County. It is bordered by the breathtaking Shawangunk Range known by locals as “The Gunks” on the east and the majestic Catskill Mountain foothills to the west. The centerpiece of this area is the rich Rondout Valley that provides for fertile farms, quiet bubbling streams and very lovely homes.

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West Hurley, New York

With a population of just under seven thousand, West Hurley, New York is located within the beautiful Hudson Valley at the base of the Catskill Mountains. Located a quick two hours from New York City and one hour from Albany. West Hurley is bordered by the popular artist colony of Woodstock.

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Woodstock, New York

Woodstock can be well described as the colony of arts. Woodstock located at the northern edge of Ulster County in the foot of Catskill Mountains and connected via route 212. Woodstock alone has more contribution in the history of arts and music in USA than many cities combined together.

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