For the second year in a row Beach & Bartolo Realtors has been voted Best Realtor in Columbia County.
The annual contest is a collaboration between Columbia Greene Media and the Columbia County Chamber of Commerce and is voted on by the general public.
See all the winners here.
Two attached town homes which are available either together or separately.
Asking price has been drastically reduced.
4 bedrooms 2 full baths each. Total of 8 bedrooms and 4 full baths.
Two separate tax parcels and deeds.
Each townhouse has one off street parking space.
One of the last chances to own an attached two family on gorgeous McKinstry Place.
See the listing for 7-9 McKinstry Place, with the two townhouses being sold together here.
See the listing for 7 McKinstry Place here.
See the listing for 9 McKinstry Place here.
The Hudson, Catskill and Athens real estate markets have experienced a uptick like no one has seen before in this area. In the last two years, sale prices and rentals, especially in the City of Hudson have reached new heights many doubted were possible just a few years ago.
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I have a few tips for Brooklynites departing the city for Upstate NY, in a new article for Brownstoner.com.
My #1 tip: Beware of “unknown costs”: Victor Mendolia, from Beach and Bartolo Real Estate in Chatham, says property taxes Upstate can be surprisingly high. “This is particularly true when there is another layer of municipal government like incorporated villages or cities,” he says.
Check out the full article here
PS – No I don’t consider Westchester “Upstate” either!
I’ve just started a new Pinterest page which has homes and apartments I currently have listed for sale or rent, along with wonderful local place to visit and see, architecture and design I love and more.
Please take a look and follow me. I promise to follow back.
For a town of about 6500 residents, Hudson NY sure gets its share or noteworthy press. One of the latest was in the New York Times entitled, Hudson, N.Y.: An Elegant Transformation.
Laying out some history, the piece tells of some of the newcomer businesses and some of the stalwarts. Wm Farmer & Son, Rivertown Lodge, Bonfiglio and Bread, Swoon Kitchenbar and Hudson Food Studio are all featured and more.