Hillsdale New York Real Estate attracts people who enjoy an active lifestyle, and also appreciate the quiet and privacy of an idyllic country setting. Hillsdale New York Real Estate features rolling hills, small farms, and homes built in the 1700 to 1800's.
Art lovers will appreciate the presence of a community staple in the home of Berkshire Pottery, established in 1960.
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Hillsdale has a year-round population of nearly 2,000 residents. The proximity of skiing at Butternut in Great Barrington in Massachusetts and at Catamount in Hillsdale New York Real Estate means that you are perfectly positioned to experience a great deal of variety in how choose to occupy your time, whether you're a full-time resident or a vacation home owner.
Hillsdale New York Real Estate also has an active business community. The Hillsdale Supermarket is where residents go to fill the fridge, while Hillsdale General Store offers cooking classes for home chefs.
The Town of Hillsdale manages the beautiful Roeliff Jansen Park, one half-mile south of the Town’s only traffic light. Including Hillsdale New York Real Estate and the surrounding areas, the RJP is still one of the region’s most beautiful landscapes and famously painted by the Hillsdale branch of the Hudson River School.
Hillsdale New York Real Estate offers the Copake Hillsdale Farmers Market at RJP, which is open every Saturday from 9am to 1pm May 28 to October 31, and features ample parking, picnic tables, and a covered roof making the “Harvest Barn” a comfortable location for shoppers. The park includes multiple trails, access to the Roeliff Jansen Kill, several picnic areas, a dog run, a farmers market, a summer youth program, special events, and much more. In 2002, this 300-acre farm was on the verge of being developed.
Today the land is still leased out to farmers but owned by the New York State Office of Parks, Recreation and Historical Preservation (OPRHP) and managed by the Town of Hillsdale. The land will never have houses constructed on it and can remain open land for a variety of recreational and agricultural purposes. If you’re looking for a fun, down-to-earth place to get married, the Park provides a natural setting and views that are second-to-none.
Farm House Stream Trail is a very short easy walk–perfect for young children and older community members. It leads to the Roeliff Jansen Stream where there are two comfortable chairs situated next to the water. The water is shallow so kids and dogs alike have great fun splashing in the water.
Overlook Trail leads to a panoramic view of the entire valley. While the trail is somewhat uphill, its not strenuous and takes less than 10 minutes to get to the top. Picnic Grove can be reached either by the farm road or the Picnic Grove Trail and is on a raised plateau that looks west over the agricultural fields with hills in the background.
Woodland Stream Trail has a bit of everything. Take the lower part where the trail splits and walk through uncultivated fields full of wheat. The trail continues to the stream then through Hemlock filled woods, ending at a bench facing south with beautiful country views.
If you’re a power walker, the entire trail system takes about 45 minutes. It’s a great way to get your daily workout.
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