Saugerties Woodstock 3BR3BA Colonial Private Setting 12477

Saugerties Woodstock 3BR3BA Colonial Private Setting.  This is a great quiet location with access to both Saugerties and Woodstock. The upscale home has a separate Kitchen and Dining room, 3 BR 3BA, huge closets, lots of storage, and a unfinished room above the attached garage all on 2.6 Acres. 

Saugerties Woodstock 3BR3BA Colonial Private Setting.  This is a great quiet location with access to both Saugerties and Woodstock. The upscale home has a separate Kitchen and Dining room, 3 BR 3BA, huge closets, lots of storage, and a unfinished room above the attached garage all on 2.6 Acres.

Saugerties Woodstock 3BR3BA Colonial Private Setting

Saugerties Woodstock 3BR3BA Colonial Private Setting

Saugerties Woodstock 3BR3BA Colonial Private Setting

Saugerties NY Real Estate Homes, includes the Town of Saugerties, the Hamlets of Shultis Corners, West Camp, Centerville, Eavesport, Flatbush, Glasco, High Woods, and Quarryville. In 1994, Saugerties was the home of the Woodstock ’94 music festival, held on the 25th anniversary of the original Woodstock Festival.   HITS (“Horseshows In The Sun”), opened in 2003. They occupy 200 acres (0.81 km2) of land and have a 10-ring, Olympic-sized horse show facility in central Saugerties.In 2014, Saugerties was home to the Hudson Music Project- which notoriously became known as the “Mudson Project”.

Saugerties is in the northeast corner of Ulster County, with the Hudson River, Dutchess and Columbia Counties bordering to the east, Greene County to the North, the Town of Woodstock to the west, the Town Ulster to the south.

According to the U. S. Census for 2000, the town has a total area of 50.3 square miles and a population of 3,544 people, 95% white. The median income for a household is $54,118 and the per capita income for the town is $29,236.

In the 1650s, Barent Cornelis Volge operated a sawmill on the Sawyer’s Kill, supplying lumber for the manor of Rensselaerswick.  He had secured a title from the Esopus Sachem to this lands sometime before 1663.  Volge likely left the area at the outbreak of the first Esopus War in 1658.  The “footpath to Albany” was not laid out until 1670.  In April 1677 Governor Edmund Andros purchased land from the Esopus Indian Kaelcop, chief of the Amorgarickakan tribe for the price of a piece of cloth, a blanket, some coarse fiber, a loaf of bread, and a shirt. The Mynderse House was built by John Persen, formerly of Kingston, an early mill owner, around 1685.

In 1710, during the Palatine immigration, over 3,000 Palatine Germans were sent here by the English Crown to manufacture naval stores, tar, and turpentine.  In October 1710, 300 families who had immigrated to England from the Palatine region of Germany established camps on the east and west side of the Hudson. The camp on the west side of the river became known as West Camp in the Town of Saugerties. The villages at West Camp were called Elizabethtown, Georgetown, and Newtown.  Sawmills were established on the Esopus Creek.   In 1998 a monument commemorating their arrival was erected on the lawn of St. Paul’s Lutheran Church in West Camp.

Saugerties Woodstock 3BR3BA Colonial Private Setting

The village was incorporated in 1831 as “Ulster,” but it changed its name to “Saugerties” in 1855.  In 1825, a man by the name of Henry Barclay purchased land known as Esopus Creek. After Barclay bought Esopus Creek he soon began to build a dam and a rock cutting project. Between 1826 -1827, Barclay built Ulster Iron Works and a paper mill, thus beginning what became the largest water-powered industry in the world.    It was sold in 1851 to the Sheffield Company and resold in 1903 to the Cantine Company which closed the mill in 1975.

In 1994, Saugerties was the home of the Woodstock ’94 music festival, held on the 25th anniversary of the original Woodstock Festival. Saugerties is just 9 miles (14 km) east of the town of Woodstock, New York. The original festival was held some 46 miles (74 km) west-southwest of the town of Woodstock (on Max Yasgur’s farm in Bethel, New York), while the 1999 festival in Rome, NY was 106 miles (171 km) away from Woodstock.

In 2005 the Esopus Bend Conservancy formed and acquired over 150 acres (0.61 km2) with a little more than 2 miles (3.2 km) of the shoreline on the upper Esopus

After 2 days of music and other festivities, the festival came to an abrupt halt on the third and final day as rain and mud overcame the concert and camp areas. Hundreds were left without food and water when their cars became stuck in the muck that dominated the camp ground. When the rain subsided, many campers stayed and continued to party through the night.

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  • Address: 87 Mart Ann Avenue, Saugerties, NY 12477 
  • Price: $399,900 
  • Property ID: 5115 
  • Town Taxes: 4109 
  • School Taxes: 6567 
  • Prop. Class: Residential 
  • County: Ulster 
  • Schools: Saugerties Central School District 
  • Contact: David Birch 
  • Agent Title: Broker 
  • Cell: 518-928-7239 
  • Brokerage: Chatham 
  • Phone: (518)392-6400 
  • Town: Saugerties, Woodstock