Greene County

Greene County is located west of the Hudson River in Upstate New York. Consisting of small towns/villages in the northern region of the Catskill Mountains, Greene is home to around 50,000 residents and just short of 18,000 households in a 660 square mile boundary. Located along-side two of Upstate New York’s natural wonders Greene County is home to many attractions; skiing, hiking, kayaking, boutique shops, festivals and more!




Who wouldn’t want a view like this? Enjoy the pristine nature of the rural landscapes, the local “small town feel” and larger communities that host events year round! Throughout Greene County you can enjoy rural, small suburban and small-scale urban communities with properties that include; Single-Family, Two-Unit, Multi (3+) Unit, Commercial, and Waterfront.

Albany-Schenectady-Troy: 45 minutes (north)
Adirondack Mountains: 1.5 hours (north)
NYC-Metro: Less than 2.5 hours (south)





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Cited alongside the Hudson River, Catskill is a small village with just under 3,000 year-round residents. Divided by Catskill...

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