Dutchess County, NY Luxury Homes For Sale

Dutchess County is an ideal location for high-end living with the availability of private land, grand views of the Hudson River, and relative proximity to New York City.

Browser our listings below to explore luxury homes currently available in Dutchess County.

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Dutchess County, NY Luxury Homes Listings
October 19, 2021
53
Listed
154
Avg. DOM
$475.13
Avg. $ / Sq.Ft.
$1,400,000
Med. List Price
53 Properties
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The Popularity of Luxury Homes for Sale in Dutchess County, NY

There are a lot of luxury properties to choose from in Dutchess County.

Luxury homes tend to either be waterfront properties besides the Hudson River, have acres of private land, or both. Inventory of luxury waterfront properties are a bit limited as these are highly-sought after by everyone.

In-land luxury homes are much greater in number. It's typical to see these homes with more than 10 acres of private land, which is perfect for those looking for equestrian homes.

There are a few million-dollar condominiums in Dutchess County and they are located in Beacon.

Living in Dutchess County and Choosing a Neighborhood

Being ranked as one of the best places to live in New York City is one of the reasons that make Dutchess County appealing for some wanting buyers. The different seasons that you can experience also has a corresponding activity that you’ll enjoy. Spring allows you to hike mountain trails, while you can enjoy a beautiful ambiance with nature in fall. Lakes and rivers provide boating and fishing for the summer, and winter can let you enjoy snowmobiling, skiing, and ice skating.

Duchess County is perfect for short day trips or a longer getaway, as you will find countless things to do here. Riding on a bus, train, boat, or by your car are some ways to access the area. Drive by their scenic byways or explore the woods while hiking. You could also stroll and visit the galleries and museums, shop for antiques, or see the world’s longest pedestrian bridge. Personally find out what makes Dutchess County a distinct place.

Deciding on a neighborhood is hard since there are numerous options for you to choose from. To help you decide, we suggest to decide whether you want a waterfront home or acreage; or even both.