Columbia County

Columbia County, east of the Hudson River in Upstate New York, consists of one city (Hudson) and twenty-two towns/villages. These small scale city, towns and villages consist of around 60,000 people, just shy of 25,000 households – making this county mostly rural in nature. Don’t forget to check out the farms (stands) that produce our fresh fruit and vegetables!



Columbia County is known for it’s scenic views and artsy businesses, making this area a very popular stop for Downstate New York; NYC-Metro, Westchester County and Lower Hudson Valley residents.

Albany-Schenectady-Troy: 45 minutes (north)
Adirondack Mountains: 1.5 hours (north)
NYC-Metro: Less than 2 hours (south)




Explore Columbia County below by checking the latest inventory properties for sale:

Conveniently located off the Taconic State Parkway in Northern Columbia County, Chatham is a small village with a little over...

Hudson, New York is a small city on the Hudson River in spacious Columbia County. Considered the "gem" of Columbia County, Hudson...

One of the founding towns of Columbia County's inception, Kinderhook holds a vast historic value to the Upstate New York Region...