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Hannacroix Compound, $599,000

38 deans mill road hannacroix ny

Last Friday, we looked at a pretty sweet $1.49 million dollar retreat in the Ulster County hamlet of Kerhonkson. This compound is in the hamlet of Hannacroix, town of New Baltimore, up north in Greene County, and it’s less than half the price. The “wow” factor is high here. The main house is a circa-1893 Colonial, but the 88 acre property includes an 18th century stone house that’s been beautifully preserved, a post and beam red barn, and a camp house outfitted with a wood stove. Also includes an in-ground pool, tennis court, and a pond. We had a hard time choosing which photos to show, so we were tempted to include all 40. But that seems a little overkill, even for us.

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Category: $500000 to $749999, Greene County, New Baltimore, Rural

By: kandyharris | 31 March 2014 01:09 PM | No Comments

RoTW: Historic Farmhouse- New Baltimore $1100/mo

2 reservoir rd w coxsackie ny

How much would you pay to rent a slice of history in New Baltimore in Greene County? If a smidge over a grand seems reasonable, then you’ll probably dig this circa-1791 farmhouse on loads of land; 47 acres, to be exact. It’s rural, but it’s also convenient to the Thruway, not to mention some great flea markets and auction houses around the Ravena/Coxsackie/New Baltimore area. Property includes a barn for storage, and inside, there are two fireplaces. It was formerly the residence of Charles Bronk, a familiar historic name around these parts, back in the early 20th century. For the purposes of house ogling, the actual physical address is 4 Reservoir Road

more on the jump…

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Category: Coxsackie, Greene County, New Baltimore, Rentals, Rural

By: kandyharris | 2 July 2013 11:42 AM | No Comments

New Baltimore Schoolhouse Could Be Yours for $149,000

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What would you do with this temptingly priced Upstate schoolhouse for sale? It’s in New Baltimore, a lovely, historic riverfront hamlet that we’ve written about before and we really like. Public School No. 1 doesn’t offer acreage or country views, but it does offer lots of space—5,568 square feet to be exact, zoned residential, commercial and mixed use. It’s not a house now–it’s currently being used as a studio and exhibition space by a local artist—so making it one would require some investment. (I wish I could get some photos of the bathrooms. Do they have teeny-tiny elementary school toilets?)

I think it would make a great group buy among friends. We could have our little country offices/ studios, and at lunch, take a little walk to the Hudson or the nearby nature preserve. What a lovely way to live/work.

Listing Details after the jump.
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Category: $100000 to $199000, Catskills, Counties, Greene County, New Baltimore, Second Homes

By: aliahanna | 13 July 2011 03:40 PM | 2 Comments

New Baltimore Farmhouse with Pasture & Pond for $253,000

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First, open house alert! Heartland Realty will be showing this pretty New Baltimore farmhouse tomorrow, July 9, from 11-2 pm.

I think this listing has a lot to offer. The main building is a spacious 1890 Center Hall Colonial revival, with four bedrooms (including one with a fireplace), two baths, and well-preserved details throughout. The kitchen looks a little tight, but the relatively roomy formal dining room and living room balance that out, and they would give you space to open the kitchen up. (Sadly, the MLS doesn’t include a floor plan.) The park-like property comes with a pond and a nice 3.4 acres, a large barn and  a 2 car garage. The lot across the street is also for sale, which would give you an additional 2.8 acres.  The house is in town, but it’s just down the road from the Hannacroix Creek Nature Preserve, which boasts “113 acres, waterfalls, scenic vistas and hiking trails.”  While some of the updates are a little too country kitsch for my tastes, the home is in “excellent” condition. I think there are a lot of ways to make this one your own, but there wouldn’t be any urgency to start renovating.

New Baltimore is a classic Hudson riverfront town, with about 3,400 residents and a ton of well-preserved, historically protected nineteenth-century homes. As it’s farther north and less commercially developed than Saugerties and Kingston’s Roundout area, it’s cheaper, too, but it has all the Hudson views and wild country access you could wish for.

Listing Details after the jump—and let us know if you go to this Open House!

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Category: $200000 to $299000, Catskills, Greene County, New Baltimore, Second Homes

By: aliahanna | 8 July 2011 10:00 AM | 4 Comments