Hudson Valley Orchard: 210 Acres, 100 acres in full production of apples, pears, peaches, nectarines, plums, cherries and apricots. Near Rhinebeck gross income $860,000, active in over 20 markets, net income $144,000 owner will stay on as manager. Ideal soils could also be used for winery. Located in an area easily accessible from New York City via Taconic Parkway and Amtrak.
The Hudson Valley Orchard has a cold storage with capacity to store 18,000 bushels, 1500 sq ft root cellar, 2000 sq ft four bay garage and an additional 3000 sq feet for equipment storage. A large pond supplies water for the underground irrigation system. Included in the sale is all the equipment to operate the fruit farm. In addition, there is a 5 bedroom house and a sweet 600 sq ft cottage. Property is under a Scenic Hudson Conservation Easement that restricts further development except for two home sites, a 6 acre parcel on the west side and a 3 acre parcel on the east. Terrific barn that could be turned into event space.
Hudson Valley Orchard
is located in the The Hudson Valley, Among The Most Desirable Residential Areas In The World. It extends from New York City to Albany and is bordered on the East by Litchfield County, Connecticut and Berkshire County, Massachusetts. On the West it includes part of the Catskill Mountains. The HudsonValley serves as a primary residence and second home location for people working in New York City, the New York Metropolitan Area, including parts of Connecticut and New Jersey, Westchester, Dutchess, Columbia, Ulster, Greene, Schoharie, Rensselaer and Albany Counties, the Catskills and the Berkshires.
To Reach the Hudson Valley Orchard
take the New York State Thruway, Interstate 90, the Taconic Parkway and a myriad of crisscrossing roads. It is also served by Amtrak which stops in New York City, Yonkers, Rhinebeck, Hudson and Rensselaer, NY. And by commuter trains which start in New York City and end in Wassaic and Poughkeepsie. Buses run from New York City and Albany to other cities and metropolitan areas.
Each of the counties is served by a community college. A number of established 4 year institutions serve the Hudson Valley, including Vasser College, Rensselaer Politechnic Institute, the State University of New York at New Paltz, the State University of New York at Albany, Bard College, Marist College and Siena College. Links to general education websites can be found on the left margin of this page.
Like the rest of the country, the Hudson Valley has been affected by the depressed real estate market fueled by the large numbers of foreclosures. Despite the national drop in real estate prices, the Hudson Valley has fallen slightly but is stabilizing and in some areas prices are rising. In today’s market it is more important than ever to utilize the services of a skilled, aggressive real estate agent. Call 800-398-8802 today for our help in finding an agent in your area and with your interests. If you have other questions about current market conditions you may want to visit the Hudson Valley Real Estate Blog.
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Hudson Valley Orchard
is located in Dutchess County which includes the towns of Rhinebeck, Millbrook, Poughkeepsie, Red Hook. And Pine Plains, Millerton, Hyde Park, Wappinger and East Fishkill, Amenia, Beacon. And Clinton, Dover, Fishkill, La Grange, North East, Pawling, Pleasant Valley, Stanford, Tivoli and Washington.
Find information about Dutchess County NY real estate home inspections, contracts, real estate attorneys. Banks, mortgages, tourism, lodging, local news, hospitals, weather, schools and colleges. Recent Dutchess County NY real estate developments are included in the Hudson Valley Real Estate Blog. Dutchess County NY Real Estate is bordered to the south by Putnam County. To the north by Columbia County and to the East by Litchfield and Fairfield Counties in Connecticut, and to the west by Ulster and Orange Counties.
Until 1713, Dutchess was administered by Ulster County. On October 23, 1713 Queen Anne gave permission for Dutchess County to elect its own officers from among their own population including a Supervisor, Tax Collector, Tax Assessor and Treasurer. In 2013, Dutchess County celebrated its 300th anniversary of democracy based upon a legislative resolution sponsored by County Legislator Michael Kelsey from Salt Point. In 1812, Putnam County was detached from Dutchess.
Millbrook Village, the site of the Millbrook Hunt, is an upscale location in the southern part of the County. It is also a gateway to the central and northern parts of the County – including the Towns of Stanford, Pine Plains, Northeast and Clinton – which have a large number of horse farms, estates and secondary homes.
Rhinebeck in the Northwest corner of the county is sometimes referred to as the “Hamptons of the North,”. It is a well known secondary and vacation home destination. Millerton on the Eastern border with Connecticut is another well known destination for second home owners.
For detailed information about Hudson Valley Orchard on confidential basis contact David Birch call 518-928-7239.
- Address: Rhinebeck, New York
- Price: $3,000,000
- Property ID: 3799
- Prop. Class: Agricultural
- County: Dutchess
- Contact: David Birch
- Agent Title: Broker
- Cell: 518-928-7239
- Brokerage: Pine Plains
- Phone: 518-398-6180
- Town: Rhinebeck
- Acreage: 200