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Woodstock is a small town in New York state, approximately 90 minutes north of New York city. The town center is located at the intersection of Rock City Road, Tinker Street, and Mill Hill Road. The extended area around this small urban core consists mostly of woods, small farms, and very low density residential properties.
Woodstock falls within the Catskills wilderness area, which includes many natural areas like the Indian Head Wilderness, Slide Mountain Wilderness, and Sundown Wild Forest. A short distance south of Woodstock is the Ashokan Reservoir, as well as the Onteora Trail road, also known as New York State Route 28.
Neighboring communities include West Hurley to the south, Bearsville to the west, West Saugerties to the north, and Mount Marion to the east. The Interstate Highway 87 runs north from New York through Mount Marion and the Hudson River Valley east of Woodstock and the Catskills.
Kingston New York is 20 minutes to the southeast.
Woodstock, NY Real Estate
Homes for sale around Woodstock consist of mid to large single-family homes arranged periodically along winding wooded roads.
These homes and properties run the full range of popular American styles and designs, especially for custom homes in a notably artistic area. There are homes inspired by American Four-Square, barns and farmhouses, Tudor, Shingle, rural cottages and Mid-Century Modern. View Woodstock Homes For Sale.
As you might guess from this eclectic mix, there are many homes which are quirky one-offs, showing interesting shapes, surfaces, and layouts.
Real estate in Woodstock is very reasonably priced, and there are many spacious homes and properties available.
From large single-family homes that wouldn’t be out of place in the most well-established New York suburbs, to rustic cottages and cabins with comfy and stylish interiors, you can find a Woodstock home of your dreams to enjoy everything that this lovely home has to offer.
Amenities In Woodstock, NY
Running east to west through Woodstock are Tinker Street and Mill Hill Road, which connect in the center of Woodstock’s main village. This spot is also home to a village green, and the surrounding streets are lined with distinctive and charming businesses, including unique eateries, craft stores, and galleries.
Walkable and entertaining, this is a great place to come and spend the day, or grab a bite to eat as you head on to one of the destinations beyond.
To the north and west of Woodstock are the foothills of the Catskills Mountains, including vast areas of preserved wilderness and forests. These areas have campgrounds and other facilities for visitors to enjoy, and are popular year-round for outdoor activities, but especially in the fall when the trees on the hill slopes turn a dazzling array of colors.
Residents and visitors can also visit the more dense urban areas along the Hudson River, like the city of Kingston, for more “big city” conveniences. New York itself is around 90 minutes south.
In general, the area around Woodstock is known for its population of artists, artisans, crafts-people, musicians, and other creative individuals. This all makes Woodstock an exciting place to live, with many events, classes, and things to do and see.
History Of Woodstock, NY
To most, the town of Woodstock brings to mind the famous music festival to which it gave its name. However, the original festival was planned to take place in the town of Saugerties north of Woodstock, and when this plan fell through, the actual festival was held in the town of Bethel located 90 minutes to the southwest.
Prior to this, Woodstock was already known as a location for the arts, as through the 20th century the area hosted music and arts festivals, including the Maverick Festivals and Woodstock Sound Outs, which provided a venue for many popular folk and rock bands.
Before that, in the early part of the 20th century, Woodstock became a hotspot for the burgeoning Arts and Crafts Movement. In the early 19th century, members of the Hudson River School of painting resided in the area. Going all the way back, European settlement in Woodstock began in 1770, with the town itself being established in 1787.
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If at any time you have questions about real estate in Woodstock 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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