If you’re ready to leave NYC for a place where you can get more space and access to nature, you should check out the historic town of Rhinebeck, New York. The Hudson River town has grand estates, parks and many eateries and stores along Montgomery and Market streets.
The median sales price in Rhinebeck is $577,500, according to Realtor.com. Here you’ll find a mix of house styles like Capes and Colonials, both old and new. You can find houses in Rhinebeck Village that are within walking distance to the town’s main hub. Houses further away are closer to nature and feel more secluded.
Established in the 17th century, Rhinebeck Village has many historic buildings and sites. At Beekman Arms, the oldest continuously run inn in America, you can eat at The Tavern or book a stay. Other eateries in the area include Terrapin (located in a former church), Foster’s Coach House and The Amsterdam. For culture, there's the Museum of Rhinebeck History and The Center for Performing Arts. Rhinecliff, where you can catch an Amtrak train directly to the city, and Bard College are also nearby.
So, if Rhinebeck sounds appealing to you, here are five houses on the market including a 19th century house with a pool and a renovated cobblestone house.
This two bedroom, one bath is asking $445,000. The 19th century house has hardwood floors, carpeted bedrooms, recessed lighting, an eat-in kitchen, a partially covered wraparound deck, inground saltwater pool, landscaped yard, and a new roof. Beekman Arms and Foster’s Coach House are within walking distance.
This three bedroom, two bath is asking $615,000. The renovated Cape features a fireplace, hardwood floors, recessed lighting, a large bay window, crown molding, a first-floor master suite, stainless steel appliances, a screened-in porch, stone patio and a small horse barn with stables. The Center for Performing Arts at Rhinebeck and Rhinebeck Tennis Club are nearby.
This three bedroom, three bath is asking $825,000. The house is the recipient of the Rhinebeck Historical Society 's Preservation Award for renovation and addition and features a fireplace, hardwood floors, recessed lighting, large windows, a sunroom, covered front porch, a back deck and landscaped yard. Legion Park and Mill Street, where you’ll find local stores and eateries, is nearby.
This three bedroom, four bath is asking $998,000. The renovated house has a cobblestone facade, hardwood floors, a cobblestone fireplace, stainless steel appliances, granite countertops, a Dutch door leading to a sunroom, a master suite with 20-foot ceilings, custom windows and a large backyard. Evergreen Lands and Rhinebeck Montessori School are nearby.
This three bedroom, three bath is asking $999,000. The contemporary home features hardwood floors, exposed wood beams, large windows, high ceilings, a gas fireplace, stainless steel appliances, a screened-in porch and a detached two-car garage. Wilderstein Historic Site and Wyndclyffe Mansion are nearby.