With just a few simple tools, you (and the kids) can create several decorative funkins to keep for many Halloweens in the Hudson Valley to come.
Dating back to the 1700s on nearly 35 acres, Black Walnut Farm is idyllic countryside living at its finest in the Hudson Valley.
Designed by the owners of Foxfire Mountain House, La Colina is a dream home with a barn, private pool, and cabanas on 46 acres in Chester.
A condo community in Haverstraw is now offering rentals for those looking to escape city life.
Case studies in surviving crises.
Wurtsboro-based Catskill Farms is in the business of building, designing, and selling second homes. And that business is booming.
The ripple effect of COVID-19 sends buyers to the idyllic countryside of the northern Hudson Valley in search of the perfect home sweet home.
The Grand Street Victorian, which dates back to 1875, is a three-unit stunner in the historic district with views of the Hudson River.
Once part of the Hudson Valley’s Table Rock estate, the historic, castle-like abode comes with its own chapel, library, and a whopping 52 rooms.
Looking to buy or sell a home? Start here.
The global pandemic created a seller’s market in the Hudson Valley.
A luxury condo or a Colonial on four acres: Which are you picking?
The 1880 abode on Grand Street received a complete overhaul to transform it into a four-family space that’s within walking distance to the waterfront.
After pouring their hearts into an extensive renovation, the musician and his wife list the historic department store for sale.
Drawn by country appeal and second home potential, real estate company Corcoran enters the Hudson Valley through local affiliate Corcoran Country Living.
This space has everything needed for a day in and out of the water.
At this Cold Spring store you’ll find home décor, furnishings, and whatever makes Archie Broady feel good.
An Ossining garden takes a cue from the Teatown Lake Reservation next door.
Sugarhouse Design and Architecture turns a tired Victorian farmhouse in Hillsdale into a home sweet home filled with beauty and history – sans the leaky pipes and rotting floors.
Dutchess County-based Baxter Building Corporation breathes life into the Ridley-Lowell building with apartments and local businesses.