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Rensselaer County NY Real Estate Today
Rensselaer County NY real estate is located at the crossroads of the Northeastern United States. The Rensselaer Gateway is the eastern entry into New York’s Capital Region. The Rensselaer Gateway is the home to many cultural institutions, outdoor recreational sites and seasonal sporting adventures. It is within easy distance of the Adirondacks and the Catskills and the Green Mountains of Vermont.
Rensselaer County NY History
Rensselaer County gets its name from Kiliaen Van Rensselaer who Purchased the land that would include Rensselaer County in 1630. It had originally been inhabited by the Mohican Native American tribe. The area came into and out of British control many times until finally after the American Revolution the area was separated from Albany County. In 1807 the rural areas of Troy were reorganized to incorporate the towns of Brunswick, Grafton, and Nassau.