Gallatin Open Wooded 12 Acres. The open section of the land has great views, while the wooded country lot could be possible subdivision. Road frontage on two roads, with easy access to Taconic Parkway.
Gallatin Open Wooded 12 Acres
Gallatin New York Real Estate houses land includes Elizaville, Gallatinville, Jackson Corners, Lake Taghkanic State park, Mount Ross, Silvernails, Snyderville and Spaulding Furnace. Gallatin is a rural area with scenic views, the remains of a farming community. The Coach Goat Farm is one of the more well-known goat farms. It produces cheeses that are marketed throughout the Hudson Valley.
The town of Gallatin in the south of Columbia County, with the Town of Livingston to the west, the Town of Taghkanic to the north, the town of Ancram to the east and Dutchess County to the south. Gallatin is a rural town with rolling scenic views making it an attractive estate location. The proximity of Dutchess County and Pine Plains village make it a desireable location for second homes. The per acre price of this land is the highest in the area and its amenities are close at hand. Sales in Gallatin usually bring the highest per acre cost in the county.
Gallatin, which according to the U. S. Census for 2000, the town has a total area of 39.6square miles square miles and a population of 1,499 people, 97% white. The median income for a household is $42,454 and the per capita income for the town is $21,041. The town was formed in 1830 from part of the Town of Ancram, which had been part of the original Livingston Manor. Historically it included a number of active hamlets which are largely defunct today: Elizaville, Gallatinville, Jacksons Corners, Mount Ross, Silvernails, Snyderville and Spaulding Furnace. Elizaville is the most active with its U.S. Post Office.
Gallatin Open Wooded 12 Acres
Gallatin NY was centered in Gallatinville the largest settlement in the early town, with a railroad station, a hotel, stores, a grist mill, a plaster mill, two blacksmith shops, a post office and about a dozen houses in the 19th century. The roads through Gallatin were important major thoroughfares even inthe earliest days, meeting the needs of moving livestock, agricultural products and even bar iron and cast iron goods by oxcart from eastern New York, Connecticut and Massachusetts to theHudson River. The Salisbury Turnpike (which went through Suydam) was a vital road link. Another important road was the Nobletown Turnpike, which led to Hillsdale and Great Barrington to the east and north. Rail service came after the Civil War, in 1874, with the Rhinebeck and Connecticut Railroad. The line ran from Rhinecliff on the Hudson to Boston Corners, with stops at Copake, Ancram, Gallatinville, Silvernails, Jackson Corners, and Elizaville.
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- Address: Gallatin, New York
- Price: $125,000
- Property ID: 4064
- Town Taxes: 1263
- School Taxes: 709
- Prop. Class: Residential
- County: Columbia
- Schools: Germantown
- Contact: David Birch
- Agent Title: Broker
- Cell: 518-928-7239
- Brokerage: Barns & Farms Realty
- Phone: 518-392-6400
- Town: Gallatin
- Acreage: 12