Search over 1,000 Schoharie County NY real estate listings of homes, land, commercial. Access the 15 top independent real estate brokers and their websites. Much of the southern portion of the county lies within the Catskill Mountains. Land rises in both directions quite rapidly from Schoharie Creek in the middle of the county. In contrast, the northern part of the county is predominately small hills and valleys. More than 75% of the county’s population lives in the north, closer to the Mohawk River, the historic transportation route east and west through the state.
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Schoharie County NY Real Estate Today
Schoharie County NY Real Estate Listings occur in a largely rural area. Many farms still exist in Schoharie. Many workers from Albany and Schenectady choose to live in the more rural environment of Schoharie County. The Gilboa Dam and the Schoharie Reservoir are part of the New York City Water Supply System. The New York Power Authority operates the Blenheim-Gilboa Dam and its reservoir to produce hydroelectric power. The headwaters of the Delaware River is located in the Town of Jefferson.
The highest point is found at the summit of Huntersfield Mountain on the southern boundary with Greene County, at 3,423 feet (1,043 m) above sea level. The lowest point is where the Montgomery County line meets Schoharie Creek, 520 feet (158 m) above sea level. The most prominent geological feature is Vroman’s Nose, near the village of Middleburgh, New York in the Town of Fulton.
Schoharie County NY Real Estate History
In 1795, Schoharie County was created by joining portions of Otsego and Albany counties. Schoharie County is in central New York State, west of Albany and southeast of Utica. According to the U.S. Census Bureau, the county has a total area of 626 square miles (1,622 km²), of which 622 square miles (1,611 km²) is land and 4 square miles (11 km²) (0.69%) is water.
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