Homes for Sale in New York’s Hudson Valley

Homes for Sale in

New York’s Hudson Valley

Our Own Backyard.

Along the Hudson River blue, CIRCA’s home base could be yours, too! Come settle down in the pride of New York State: the gorgeous Hudson Valley!

c. 1900
  • Nyack, New York
  • $599,000

This delightful village colonial across from the majestic Hudson, features a sparkling river view in the morning light that is a slice of heaven! Circa 1900 farm house, nestled on the banks of the Hudson River Valley and in the heart of Nyack village, has 2 bedrooms 1.5 baths and a spacious open floor plan […]

c. 1900
  • Stuyvesant, New York
  • $1,495,000

Welcome to “Requa House“, available for the first time in four decades. Architecturally significant colonial revival, listed on The State and National Registers of Historic Places, designed by renowned Hudson architect Henry Moul, and built in 1900 for the Requa family. Surrounded by 34 acres of pastoral views, mature trees and perennial gardens. The house […]

c. 1850
  • Cornwall, New York
  • $600,000

Restored and renovated Country Farmhouse Colonial lives like a 6 Bedroom. Renovated kitchen with granite counters and breakfast bar, stainless appliances leads to screened-in porch. Formal dining room with fireplace opens to large deck. Formal living room has show-stopper fireplace with built-in shelves. Library/Home Office with half bath is adjacent to Living Room. Potential In-Law/first […]

This historic country retreat, a two-hour drive from New York City, is nestled among New York’s beautiful Catskill Mountains, on ten acres of sweeping manicured lawns and rolling hills. The stately Federal style house, with Greek Revival details, was one of architect A. J. Davis’ early works.  It was built around 1829 by one of […]

c. 1870
  • Warwick, New York
  • $549,900

Circa 1870 Colonial, the “Amity Parsonage” is a mainstay in the Hamlet of Amity in the Town of Warwick, NY. This special home has seen updates and renovations throughout the years to bring it up to modern times while keeping its old house character one would expect in a Circa 1870 home ~ character that […]

c. 1910
  • Nyack, New York
  • $1,190,000

Grand and elegant South Nyack Village Victorian close to center of town with dining, shopping & more. Set back on beautifully landscaped property w/private gardens, mature flowering plants, shrubs & trees, created by prof landscape designer. Generous front porch opens to over 3600 sqft of original details & restored finishes. Formal living & dining rooms […]

c. 1765
  • Kinderhook, New York
  • $2,950,000

With a colorful provenance dating back to the American Revolution and the distinction of housing British General Burgoyne after his defeat at Saratoga, this iconic brick Georgian manor creates a remarkable setting for today’s style of living. With nearly 7 acres in the center of one of the most charming villages of the Hudson Valley, […]

c. 1803
  • Valley Cottage, New York
  • $739,000

Love Old Homes??? Circa 1800’s Colonial Situated on a .91 Acre Serene Lot on Historic Old Mill Road. A Nature Lover’s Dream. The 2300+ Square Foot Residence Comes Complete with a Renovated Barn, Great for Work or Recreation. The Rooms of this Home Boast Original Architectural Details & Moldings and Hardwood Floors Throughout. The Kitchen […]

c. 1780
  • Stone Ridge, New York
  • $2,750,000

Looking to live comfortably in a piece of local history? Welcome to 49 Old Kings Highway in Stone Ridge, a fully-restored 1700’s center hall stone home on 125 bucolic, open acres. This stunning cut-stone colonial home boasts many original features, a grand addition and the incomparable acreage. It has been completely upgraded since the current […]

c. 1850
  • Montgomery, New York
  • $499,000

Watch the Virtual Tour here! Own a piece of history! – This exceptional 2700 sq’ 4 bedroom Greek Revival Farmhouse is listed w/ U.S. National Register of Historic Places. Built in 1850, known as “The Smith Homestead”,  incorporates remnants of the original 1759 stone house structure with mid 19th century architecture & craftsmanship featuring fish […]

c. 1830
  • Kinderhook, New York
  • $1,325,000

Watch the Virtual Tour here! From the moment you step into its welcoming, classically proportioned entrance hall, this stunning Federal home will charm you with exquisite architectural details, elegant entertaining rooms and comfortable casual spaces. With 5 BR, 3 full & 2 1/2 baths, marble spa, wide-board floors, 9/10-foot ceilings, 6-over-6 windows, elaborate moldings & […]

c. 1895
  • Wurtsboro, New York
  • $450,000

This beautifully renovated and historic 5-bedroom seasonal home with lake access is the perfect spring, summer, and fall getaway! Registered on the National Register of Historic Places, this spectacular 1800’s home is an entertainer’s dream with a large country kitchen, multiple indoor and outdoor dining zones and a wrap-around patio with sunset views. With all […]

by Lisa Levin

We’re just a little biased toward life in New York’s Hudson Valley, not just because Elizabeth, our founder, lives there! Just up the river from New York City, this is one of the prettiest places in America, and Lisa is ready to take you on a tour of the area’s most incredible old houses.
Looking for that perfect combination of pre-Revolutionary history and just enough gentle updates for 21st century livability? This gorgeous Yorktown Heights country dream is the ideal choice. Eighteenth century charm envelops you from every captivating square foot of this three-level treasure. Exposed hand-hewn beams throughout and, oh, those wide plank floors (with original square head nails no less!)! Original architectural details are flawlessly combined with newer additions. Love the formal dining room with its original Delft tile fireplace surround and built-in corner cabinet! Plus, everyone should have a “Tavern Room,” where the original kitchen still delights with its massive stone fireplace complete with cast iron crane and bake oven! The beauty doesn’t’ stop there, because outside boasts just over an acre of gardens, a gazebo and gaze worthy vistas (not to mention a couple of playhouses and a chicken coop)! The magic just doesn’t stop!
Originally settled in 1683, Yorktown radiates historic charm. With around 36,000 residents and only 35 miles north of New York City, Yorktown’s excellent schools and vibrant community complete this stunning package.

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