Recent Philipstown Home Sales

328 Main St., Nelsonville
2 beds, 1 bath, 772 sq ft
Built 1880; 0.33 acres

11 Dry Pond Road, Cold Spring
3 beds, 2.5 baths, 1,876 sq ft
Built 1983; 3 acres

102 Esselborne Road, Cold Spring
3 beds, 2 baths, 1,840 sq feet
Built 1945, 2.8 acres

4 Stone St., Cold Spring
2 beds, 3.5 baths, 1,532 sq ft
Built 1850

55 Highland Ridge, Cold Spring
4 beds, 4.5 baths, 4,000 sq ft
Built 2008; 6 acres

$1.25 million
22 West St., Cold Spring
2 beds, 2.5 baths, 2,440 sq ft
Built 2013

$2.55 million
377 Lane Gate Road, Cold Spring
5 beds, 4.5 baths, 4,000 sq ft
Built 1967; 5 acres


6 thoughts on “Recent Philipstown Home Sales

  1. I believe it is a matter of public record, as is your tax bill — for comparative purposes, especially if one is challenging his or her tax assessment.

  2. Amazing how the homes in Cold Spring and Philipstown hold their value. Like the Realtors say, location, location, location.

  3. I understand that house prices are a matter of public record, as they should be. However I think it is much different for the prices with photos to be published in the paper for everyone to see as they do their daily scrolling. I know if I had recently moved to town it would be off putting to see my financial dealings on Facebook.

    • If you read about what’s been going on these past few years, you will see that any expectation one has for their information to remain private, is meaningless. If you use Gmail, if you post on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, etc., if you bank online, if you shop online, all your data is out there in one form or another. You can do a Google search for anyone and find out all sorts of info about them, depending how far you drill down on your search. Our entire economy and information technology is data-driven. Forget about Big Brother — today everyone is watching you. There’s big money to be made in buying and selling your information to the highest bidder.