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Hudson Valley real estate is among the most desirable in the World. This is especially true for Hudson Valley homes, the Historic Hudson Valley is unrivaled for its climate, diverse population, and access to the most productive urban area in the world. Manhattan and the larger New York City area attract people and resources from around the world. Meanwhile the surrounding urban and suburban areas of Connecticut, Westchester County and New Jersey provide unending resources for employment, access to capital, recreational and cultural opportunities. With their prime location, historic nature, and exceptional architecture, Hudson Valley homes are in a class of their own.
The Hudson Valley extends along the Hudson River from New York City to Albany and is bordered on the East by Connecticut and Massachusetts. On the West it includes part of the Catskill Mountains. This location enables Hudson Valley homes to serve as a primary residence or second home for many people working in New York City and its suburbs, also Connecticut and New Jersey.
In contrast to its rural setting the Hudson Valley is served by the New York State Thruway, Interstate 90, and the Taconic Parkway. Even better for commuters, it is also connected to the city by Amtrak train which stops in New York City, Yonkers, Rhinebeck, Hudson, and Rensselaer, NY.