Recent Philipstown Home Sales

$575,000
287 Main St., Nelsonville
3 beds, 1.5 bath, 1,792 sq ft
Built 1875; 0.33 acres

$660,000
11 High St., Cold Spring
4 beds, 2 bath, 2,174 sq ft
Built 1920; 0.24 acres

$736,000
85 Travis Corners Road, Garrison
3 beds, 4.5 bath, 3,567 sq ft
Built 1984; 1.14 acres

$775,000
21 Hudson Ridge, Garrison
3 beds, 2.5 bath, 2,888 sq ft
Built 1984; 3.4 acres

$780,000
14 Chestnut St., Cold Spring
3 beds, 2.5 bath, 2,424 sq ft
Built 1877; 0.23 acres

$947,000
18 Fair St., Cold Spring
5 beds, 3.5 bath, 3,333 sq ft
Built 1855; 0.15 acres

$980,000
75 Oak Hollow, Garrison
4 beds, 4.5 bath, 4,884 sq ft
Built 1987; 7.15 acres

$1,050,000
88 Snake Hill Road, Garrison
4 beds, 3.5 bath, 3,638 sq ft
Built 2000; 4.31 acres

$1,635,000
322 Route 403, Garrison
3 beds, 2.5 bath, 2,244 sq ft
Built 1964; 5.65 acres

Source: Realtor.com


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  1. Back in the early 1960s it was said that you could not a sell a house for more than $20,000 in the hamlet of Manitou (southwestern section of town).

    Houses elsewhere did not go for much more. Folks from New York City considered us upstate and thought our rugged band of commuters were nuts having a train ride of 80 minutes to Grand Central. The full train went to Croton-Harmon and then passengers changed on to a Budd Car with local stops to Poughkeepsie. Everybody knew each other. Who remembers the card players on the train and the bar car?