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Hudson Valley homes are set in an ideally balanced location—it’s an easy commute to the city, but it’s also far enough away to enjoy nature and the outdoors. The cultural diversity of the Hudson Valley towns and cities complement the serene natural setting, with mountains, rivers, lakes, and trails. Local residents enjoy homes and properties that range from historic buildings to modern houses with innovative architecture and design. Hudson Valley real estate is sought after for its spacious, comfortable, and distinctive homes.

General Home & Garden

Wider World of Willows

Don't Just Weep
Michele Sutton delves into the wide world of willows, from purple to creeping silver.

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Garden By Numbers

Michelle Sutton shares rules of thumb for standard garden calculations.

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Home on the Waves

Hudson Sailboat Living
Sailor and shipwright Emily Cichon has made a floating tiny home on the Hudson River aboard her 31-foot sailboat Sea Lion.

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Lodging

Best New Hotels in the Hudson Valley

Part of our new businesses series, this piece profiles new hotels in the Hudson Valley, calling out some cushy resting spots in Beacon and Kingston.

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Gardening

Flower Arrangements & Cutting Gardens

An Interview with Tim Steinhoff
Newly retired Locust Grove Director of Horticulture Tim Steinhoff discusses flower arrangements and cutting gardens.

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Plates, Not Mirrors

How Tree Roots Grow and What that Means for Gardeners
Michelle Sutton explains how tree roots grow and how to garden compatibly.

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17th Annual Trade Secrets Rare Plant and Garden Antique Sale

The Northeast’s garden event of the year is May 13th! Trade Secrets Rare Plant and Garden Antiques Sale in Sharon CT features over 60 of the finest plant and garden antiques vendors from the northeast region and beyond.

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House Profiles

Sentimental Archaeology

Kate Cummings & Griffin Stenger’s Home in Accord
Kate Cummings and Griffin Stenger’s home in Accord is designed around beloved objects.

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A Hemlock Home on the Hill

Two environmental artists find a natural habitat in Samsonville
Susan and Bryan Perrin’s Samsonville home is creative hub nestled in nature.

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Capturing the Wild

A Photographer Finds the Right Frame in Germantown
In photography, as in life, timing is everything.

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Common Ground

Oct. 6-Nov. 13 — A photography exhibition by Ellen Lynch. The exhibit pairs separate photographs of...

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  • Re: A Hemlock Home on the Hill

    • holy Toledo,beautiful I couldn't believe this until I saw it, thank you brian and susan…

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    • Beautiful story. Enchanting home. Extraordinary artists!

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Hudson Valley Properties

Whether you are looking for a chic loft apartment or a spacious home for your kids and family near sprawling farmlands, Hudson Valley real estate offers a diverse range of properties. Hudson Valley houses are located in areas that are rich with history as well as new developments, from industrial cities to rural backcountry.

Hudson Valley Architecture

The architectural landscape of the Hudson Valley is characterized by one-of-a-kind properties, like the historic estate of Frederic Church in Hudson, Olana, and Franklin Delano Roosevelt’s estate and library in Hyde Park. Some Hudson Valley homes are historic, dating back to the region’s settlement in the 17th century, while others have been retrofitted with modern, sustainable, energy-saving renovations.

Hudson Valley Landscaping

Hudson Valley landscapes offer an idyllic backdrop for the region’s homes. The area’s fertile land produces seasonal, flowering trees and bushes, distinctive regional flowers and plants, and wild vegetables, like ramps and garlic. The region’s emphasis on locally grown products and gardening culture includes a wide range of agricultural and gardening organizations that offer tips and tools for building and maintaining a home garden, like the Hudson Valley Seed Library and the Hudson Valley Gardening Association.