The 2018 median sale price for a home in Ulster County is $225,000, according to the New York State Department of Taxation and Finance.
Westchester County has the most expensive real estate in the state, with a median sale price of $622,500, followed by Nassau at $530,000, Rockland at $465,000 and Suffolk at $397,500.
We thought it would be fun to take a spin around Ulster to see how much house you can get for around $225,000:
Highlights: 1890 house on 10 acres, with gardens and a spring-fed pond, garage, and wood stove
Size: 1,167 square feet
Listing agent: Lauren Iacono, William Raveis Baer and McIntosh
Photo by Kathleen Maxwell
Highlights: Classic Victorian with oak trim and other original architectural details. It’s now a legal two-family, but it could easily be converted back to a single.
Size: 2,100 square feet
Listing agent: Kathleen Maxwell, Berkshire Hathaway Hudson Valley Properties
Highlights: Blend of older home with newer living room and master suite addition, views, and country kitchen with center island
Size: 2,304 square feet
Listing agent: Dylan Taft, Taft Street Realty
Photo by Melanie Hogan
Highlights: Renovated rail-trail contemporary on almost 2 acres, with Catskill Mountains views and a large fenced yard
Size: 864 square feet
Listing agent: Melanie Hogan, Habitat Real Estate Group
Photo by Gina DeCerbo
Highlights: 1864 charmer with century-old trees, hardwood floors, inviting front porch, high ceilings, and an eat-in kitchen
Size: 1,960 square feet
Listing agent: Gina DeCerbo, RE/MAX Benchmark Realty Group