Catskill Commercial Residential 12414

Catskill Commercial/Residential is a totally renovated property. You can walk to Catskill Creek. An Upper level apartment with new improvements, while the lower level could be an artist studio, delivered empty if desired.

Catskill Commercial Residential is a totally renovated property.  You can walk to Catskill Creek.  An Upper level apartment with new improvements, while the lower level could be an  artist studio, delivered empty if desired.

Catskill Commercial/Residential

Catskill Commercial Residential

Catskill Commercial Residential

Catskill NY Real Estate includes Cairo Junction, Cauterskill, Hamburg, High Falls, Jefferson Heights, Kiskatom, Leeds, and Palenville . Palenville is an enchanting village at the base of the glorious Kaaterskill Clove, a scenic parting of the mountains lined with countless waterfalls and swimming holes, lush green trees and mossy boulders.

Another name for Palenville is “the village of falling waters” as described in the legend of Rip Van Winkle, a fictional citizen of the hamlet. This neighborhood was portrayed by the landscape painters of the Hudson River School, who stayed here while capturing the ethereal scenery of America’s Catskill Mountains.Today the hamlet is a cherished community where people know each other as neighbors and visitors are welcomed as friends.

It is the gateway to the Catskill Mountains and the ski areas of Hunter and Windham with a great harbor to the Hudson River. It was the site of the Hudson River painters Thomas Cole and Frederick Church as well as the world reknown athlete Mike Tyson.
Catskill NY Real Estate is in southeast Greene County, bordered on the east by the Hudson River the south by Ulster County the west by the Town of Hunter and the North by The Town of Cairo and Athens.

Catskill Commercial Residential

According to the U. S. Census for 2000, the town has a total area of 64.2 square miles and a population of 11,849, 90% white. The median income for a household in the town was $33,531. The per capita income for the town was $18,563.

The area of the town was purchased from the natives for some trinkets in 1678 and settlement followed. The town was established in 1788 while still part of Albany County. The town was increased by an addition from the town of Woodstock in 1800, but was later decreased upon the formation of the towns of Cairo (1803) and Athens (1815).

The village was incorporated in 1806. Thomas Cole, founder of the Hudson River School of painting, was a long time residence. The historic Cole House is preserved and has tours available. It is located near the approach for the Rip Van Winkle Bridge.

The Village of Catskill is the undiscovered gem of the Upper Hudson Valley. Geography, history, nature, community and culture collide in Catskill like nowhere else in New York State. The waterfront is the focal point of the community. Parks, safe and attractive public spaces, historic character and a pleasant and well-designed streetscape offer comfort and convenience. An eclectic mix of stores and a full complement of goods and services create an interesting, successful, functional downtown commercial district.

For more information on Catskill Commercial Residential call 800-398-8802.

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  • Address: Catskill, New York 
  • Price: $114,900 
  • Property ID: 3997 
  • Town Taxes: 568 
  • School Taxes: 1774 
  • Prop. Class: Commercial 
  • County: Greene 
  • Schools: Catskill 
  • Contact: David Birch 
  • Agent Title: Broker 
  • Cell: 518-928-7239 
  • Brokerage: Catskill 
  • Phone: 518-943-5511 
  • Town: Catskill