Architect Steven Kratchman and his team transformed a wooden shack in Woodstock into a hip hideaway in the Hudson Valley.
The eight-bedroom Montebello estate is just a short, 20-mile drive from the Big Apple, but it feels like it’s in another world.
Nestled in the quaint village of Piermont, this 19th century Hudson Valley property offers a blend of classic architectural designs and an impressive amount of detail.
In Columbia County, the Ancram Public Schoolhouse is an 1880 delight with tall ceilings, a metal roof, and a light-filled kitchen made for country living.
Located next to Dutchess County's Burger Hill, the countryside residence comes with three fireplaces, a luxurious master suite, and a two-story barn.
The 60-plus-acre project is the Hudson Valley's one-stop shop for apartments, restaurants, a medical building, a park space, and more.
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.
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.
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.
This space has everything needed for a day in and out of the water.
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.
Dating back to 1868, the Rockland County house stands out with sweet details like a curved cantilevered staircase, two fireplaces, and an airy kitchen.
William Bame House may date back to 1815, but the Columbia County landmark offers the best of modern-day living with three fireplaces, a chef’s kitchen, and a luxurious library.
One Hudson Valley man’s love of Lord of the Rings led him to construct Hobbit Hollow, an earth-sheltered passive house in Dutchess County.