Ulster County New York Real Estate at Catskill Farms
“Ulster County real estate pairs perfectly with the new homes of Catskill Farms. It’s really that simple.”
Framed and shadowed by the Catskill Mountains of Woodstock, the Shawangunk Ridges of New Paltz and Gardiner, the rural farms of Kerhonkson and the mighty and historic Hudson River running through Kingston and Saugerties, the real estate and homes of Ulster County rival in quality any county a typical weekender would target. The small towns of Ulster County offer beauty, amenities and charm in abundance. They offer film festivals and live music. Destinations for foodies and yogis. The hamlets and towns that anchor the surrounding land we curate and select for our homes make Ulster County real estate some of the best around for fun, food and festivities (or, if you are like us, backyard siestas and hammocks rank right up there).
The resurgence of interest in Catskills real estate and homeownership in general has focused many a city dwellers daydream squarely on these charming and friendly and welcoming towns. Long-established towns like Woodstock and red hot up and comers like Kerhonkson. Other towns include Rosendale, High Falls and Stone Ridge to name just a few.
But Alas, the Song Remains the Same. JNEGH (Just Not Enough Good Houses). Just like all the other counties our clients are attracted to. Over-priced. Non-Inspiring. Always a fatal flaw defining many a searcher’s experience.
And that’s where we come in – with perfect little swanky, understated, value-oriented, maintenance-free homes on perfect pieces of property. Priced fairly. Built well. Fun to live in. Easy to maintain.
After 14 years and 110 homes, it’s fair to say we here at Catskill Farms know what we are doing, know the priorities, hopes and fears of our NYC weekend crowd. And do everything in our power to make the real estate of Ulster County pair perfectly with those country living aspirations."
A spectacular 3 bedroom 2 1/2 bath brand new Barn house in the woods. 4+ acres, private, heart of Kerhonkson. Construction starts in August.