Designed by a renowned modernist architect, this home on the Hudson River will go to auction next month with an estimated value of $29.9 million.
These beautiful, well-kept properties in Kinderhook feature amenities galore, ample outdoor space, and proximity to the village.
Secluded in the woods of Olivebridge, this home gives the classic Hudson Valley farmhouse feel a modern touch.
On the market in Fishkill, two colonial style homes are perfect for family living with great yard space and four bedrooms.
Would you go for the spacious equestrian property with acres of land or the picturesque Victorian abode in Goshen?
These two gorgeous Pleasant Valley homes are move-in-ready and offer amazing outdoor living space in the Hudson Valley.
Frank Lloyd Wright is considered one of the greatest American architects, and one of his creations is up for grabs in the Hudson Valley.
Would you go for the A-frame within walking distance of the village or the ultramodern beauty with a plunge pool in Rhinebeck?
Is the family-style charmer with a saltwater pool or the two-acre beauty with a babbling brook calling your name in Cornwall?
The Catskill Project homes are built to have a small carbon footprint while ensuring a comfortable, modern escape for its residents.
Located in Columbia County, The Van Valkenburgh House hides contemporary touches inside a marvelously traditional aesthetic.
Would you go for the multimillion-dollar beauty with a tennis court or the charming abode that's right near Main Street?
At The Sleeve House, the opus of architect Adam Dayem, a modern structure lays itself bare against a pastoral Hudson Valley landscape.
Is the Calvert Vaux-designed abode with history or the charming Cape Cod-style property just outside of the city the one for you?
At Il Casolare, a dreamlike stone cottage in Highland, 19th-century Italian architecture meets tasteful modernization and pastoral views.
Is the new-construction home with panoramic views or the ranch-style retreat with an inground pool calling your name?
Tucked into a small swath of paradise, this Dutchess County property feels like a conglomeration of the Hudson Valley’s strengths: flowing water, various flora, and rich history.
Would you go for the townhouse condo that stands three stories tall or the classic colonial home with a two-car garage?