Just listed! Hudson Woods is the epitome of country living with a modern aesthetic. The clean lines of the cedar clad exterior, copper flashing, and metal roof beautifully begin to showcase the superior craftsmanship and design you'll find inside and out.

13 Blue Spruce in Hudson Woods, Kerhonkson NY - See full listing HERE

This gathering of modern, eco friendly and architecturally significant homes is the talk of the town. Expansive walls of windows seamlessly blend the interior with the surrounding woods, while designer lighting lends individual character to each room – carefully curating each moment inside and out, for perfection. 

Enter to find a warm, brand new interior, with locally sourced rift and quartersawn White Oak…

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This cozy, charming cottage is located on a beautifully landscaped 1.3 acre parcel with bluestone walkways and an open deck for enjoying the greenery. 


302 Pine Tree Lane, Kingston, NY 12401 - See Full Listing Here.

Totally updated home in move-in condition - the property has a Kingston mailing address but is located in Marbletown. Renovations include many new windows, new stainless steel appliances, updated bathroom, and there is also a brand new 12x10 custom built shed. The living room has a pellet stove fireplace insert and there is also a Lopi gas stove in the rear.

Enjoy the lazy days of summer in your above-ground pool!  One-car garage, a new in-ground septic system installed in 2016. This house is priced to sell with…

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Kingston NY has had a long history synonymous with the beginnings of the United States of America. Since Henry Hudson sailed up what was known as the “Nordt River”, Kingston has been an intersection of trade and a gateway to the West.

Today Kingston has been undergoing a renaissance thanks to burgeoning film and tech industries moving up from nearby New York City. Because of its geography, Kingston is best understood as a barbell: the two weights at either end are Uptown Kingston (also known as the Stockade District) to the west and The Rondout located by the water to the East united by the long stretch of Mid-Town Kingston (currently being re-branded as the Kingston Arts District.) This plan of the City has created the vital neighborhoods…

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Kingston NY has had a long history synonymous with the beginnings of the United States of America. In the historic uptown district of Kingston, there are four stone buildings at Crown and John streets that mark the only intact pre-Revolutionary intersection in the nation.

Just up the block from this quaint four corners is Duo Bistro, an innovative art-filled restaurant. Duo Bistro serves up an amazing range of dishes inspired by food from around the world such as Filipino Beef Bowl with poached duck eggs, Parmesan Mussels Frites and Catfish Po’Boy. Brunch is served Thurs- Mon along with dinner (except Sundays).

Another special restaurant around the corner is Boitson’s. The art deco decor taps into the nostalgia of the 30s and 40s with a menu…

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When house-shopping in Kingston NY, here's a list of places to grab a bite in the Midtown Kingston NY Arts District. Thanks to the burgeoning film and tech industries moving up from nearby New York City, Kingston's midtown has been undergoing a renaissance and is currently being re-branded as the Kingston Arts District. This centrally located neighborhood geographically unites historic Uptown Kingston with the waterfront neighborhood of the Rondout. 

The Arts District has an emerging foodie scene spearheaded by PAKT and Peace Nation Cafe along with more traditional and established venues such as The Anchor and Frank Guido’s Little Italy.  

PAKT specializes in Southern Food such as fried green tomatoes and catfish sandwiches while Peace…

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