Gardiner Homes For Sale

Search all Gardiner homes for sale below. Gardiner, New York is a part of a 45-square-mile town, which website modestly describes itself as "a minor civil division located in southern Ulster County." But we prefer to think of Gardiner as "New Paltz Lite." Both New Paltz and Gardiner real estate offer postcard views of the Shawangunk Mountains from the towns' vantage points along the mountains' eastern flank; both are convenient to highways and to bus and train depots; both include much agricultural acreage with a kind of "living in farmland" feeling; and both mix centuries-old structures with new Gardiner homes and businesses that were completed just yesterday. Homes in Gardiner range in price from the $100K's well up to several million. Gardiner Community Information

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In the early part of this century, it looked like Gardiner's rustic agricultural charm might be in jeopardy. Home to many small working farms and a respectable number of well-regarded wineries, it was also recognized as an easy commute to nearby small cities like Newburgh or Poughkeepsie, and even New York City 75 miles to the south didn't seem too far to travel for urban families in search of the good country life. As a result, there was a brief flourishing of subdivision construction offering large and lavish family homes, more so than there was to the west on "the other side of the (Shawangunk) mountains," where distances tend to be longer and commutes more involved.

The community of Gardiner is a serene mix of farms, orchards, and vineyards, taking advantage of the sunny side of the Shawangunks and the fertile lands along the Wallkill River, with outstanding river and mountain views. And with the 6,500 acres of the nearby Mohonk Preserve and its web of carriage roads and trails for hiking, running, mountain biking, and horseback riding, plus farm stands galore bringing to the roadside the land's bounty, plus ready access to urban amenities. Real estate in Gardiner offers a good blend of country life and civilized convenience.

Unlike New Paltz just across its northeast border, Gardiner's population of not much over 5,000 isn't doubled by an influx of students. The result is a more relaxed, small-town feeling, far less traffic – and a longer drive back to New Paltz for the shopping, restaurants, and culture that inevitably accompany a state university, especially the "hottest small state school in the country".

If at any time you have questions about living in Gardiner or the surrounding Ulster County area, please don’t hesitate to contact Dylan Taft, Principal Broker/Owner, Taft Street Realty, Inc. - 845.687.9292 office or 845.380.3394 mobile.

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