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REAL ESTATE
PORTFOLIO FOR SALE
New York
Hudson Valley Region
Ulster County
TOWN OF MARBLETOWN
Stone Ridge
High Falls
TOWN OF ROCHESTER
Accord
TOWN OF SAUGERTIES
Saugerties

EXCLUSIVELY REPRESENTED BY:
Angela L. Pariselli
Licensed Real Estate Salesperson
Charles Rutenberg Realty, Inc.

917.731.2380 Cell
718.224.6857 Fax
angela@angelapariselli.com

255 Executive Drive
Suite 208
Plainview, NY 11803

NEW YORK STATE
Hudson Valley Region
Ulster County

Table of Contents
Page

New York Hudson Valley Region, Ulster County Map ............................................. 1
Ulster County Area Highlights ...................................................................................... 2
Stone Ridge, Town of Marbletown................................................................................ 3
Marbletown Square (Properties #1 and #2) ..................................................................... 4

High Falls, Town of Marbletown .................................................................................... 5
Mohonk Arts (Property #3)............................................................................................... 6

Accord, Town of Rochester ............................................................................................ 7
Mill Hook Road Family Compound (Properties #4 - #8) .................................................. 8
Post Office Building (Property #9) ................................................................................... 9
Granit Road, (Properties #10 - #15) .............................................................................. 10
Towpath Road (Property #16) ....................................................................................... 11
Towpath Road (Properties #17 and #18) ...................................................................... 12

Saugerties, Town of Saugerties .................................................................................. 13
Houtman Road (Properties # 19 and #20)..................................................................... 14
APPENDIX: Noteworthy News Articles ............................................................................ 15

The information provided as it relates to the sale of properties within this portfolio has been
obtained from sources we believe are reliable. While we do not doubt its accuracy, we have
not verified it and make no guarantee, warranty or representation about it. It is your
responsibility to independently confirm its accuracy and completeness. You and your
advisors should conduct a careful, independent investigation of the property to determine to
your satisfaction the suitability of the property for your needs and its potential for future
development.

Angela L. Pariselli
Licensed Real Estate Salesperson
Charles Rutenberg Realty, Inc.

917.731.2380 Cell | 718.224.6857 Fax
angela@angelapariselli.com

NEW YORK STATE
Hudson Valley Region
Ulster County

Angela L. Pariselli
Licensed Real Estate Salesperson
Charles Rutenberg Realty, Inc.

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Ulster County Area Highlights
VIBRANT ARTS COMMUNITY
Artists of all disciplines live, work and exhibit here through a variety of art galleries, theaters, music venues, historic
homes, restaurants, shops and inns geographically disbursed throughout the streets of its small towns and hamlets.

REACHABLE BY TRAIN, BUS OR CAR
Located only 90 minutes north of New York City, Hudson Valley’s Ulster County is reachable by train, bus or car.

ULTIMATE OUTDOOR RETREAT
The natural beauty of the great Hudson River, up to Catskill and Shawangunk Mountains create the backdrop for hiking,
biking, water sports, golf, skiing and snowboarding.

FILM LOCATION HOTSPOT
Hudson Valley is a highly sought region of the film and television industry, attracting producers, directors, industry
personnel and businesses using local communities for production purposes. The Hudson Valley Film Commission has
been instrumental in getting this area widespread attention.

O&W RAIL-TRAIL
Designated a “Greenway Land Trail”, the O&W Rail-Trail is close to 9 miles long and open year-round. Visitors will soon
be able to travel on foot from Kingston to Ellenville, along a continuous trail through Roundout Valley taking in the
beautiful scenery and rich transportation history. For more Information download the brochure.

NEW CASINO RESORT DEVELOPMENT
Voters recently approved a state amendment allowing the development of up to seven new casinos in New York. It’s
anticipated that the Catskill / Hudson region will be awarded approval to build two casinos, which are expected to help
further promote the area as a resort destination getaway.

WILLIAMS LAKE RESORT PROJECT
Currently underway, the vision of the Williams Lake Project (the new Williams Lake Resort) is to build a modern,
sustainable resort on the site of the former Williams Lake Hotel that honors the site’s unique history and the Williams
family’s legacy of land stewardship and community outreach.

3D TECHNOLOGY AND START-UP NY PROGRAM
With the recent award of $1 million in state economic development funding to SUNY New Paltz, Ulster County is
expected to see an uptick in new jobs and the economy. Funding, as part of the Start-Up New York program, will mean
new manufacturing technology and training in the region at an accelerated rate. It will also put the region on the map as a
key area for 3D printing and related research, design and development.

NEW YORK STATE AND CITY UNIVERSITIES
Ulster County is home to two prominent colleges. The State University of New York (SUNY) at New Paltz in the Town of
Marbletown and Ulster County Community College in the Town of Stone Ridge are centrally and conveniently located
within the area for easy access to these esteemed schools for higher education.

ORGANIC FARMING AND SUSTAINABILITY
The former Gill Farms is slated to be converted into the largest agricultural incubator in the nation. A number of
agricultural agencies, farmers and other Hudson Valley stakeholders are working together to create a farm hub to serve
as a major center for sustainable agriculture. The project will offer programs and research opportunities to strengthen
farming and food systems in the region.

Angela L. Pariselli
Licensed Real Estate Salesperson
Charles Rutenberg Realty, Inc.

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STONE RIDGE
Town of Marbletown

STONE RIDGE
Stone Ridge is known for its antique stone houses including
the famous Cornelius Wynkoop home in Main Street
Historic District, where our founding father George
Washington once slept. This historic district is primarily made
up of 18th and 19th century homes.
The surrounding mountains offer the charms and warmth of a
true colonial town. The six large black locust trees spaced 10
feet apart along the frontage of the Wynkoop House were
planted around the time it was built and are contributing
aspects of its historic character.
Stone Ridge has a wonderful school district, Rondout Valley
Central SD, a progressive independent school, High Meadow
School, for children 18 months to 8th grade, and a community
college campus, SUNY (State University of New York) Ulster.
Located only 95 miles from Manhattan, Stone Ridge is also
known for the area up along Rt 209, where members of
the Rondout Valley Growers (RVG) Association, are
dispersed. RVG is a non-profit community organization
comprised of local farmers committed to strengthening the
region's farms and preserving agricultural open space. The
RVG are highly sought for their produce and vegetables that
are easily transported into NYC on a regular basis.

Angela L. Pariselli
Licensed Real Estate Salesperson
Charles Rutenberg Realty, Inc.

Town of Marbletown
Located in Ulster County,90 miles
north of New York City, Marbletown
is a rural community with a
population of a little over 5,500
people. The town is graced with
many natural wonders such as the
Rondout and Esopus Creeks,
Mohonk Mountain, Shawangunk
Ridge, O&W Rail Trail, incredible
views of the Catskill Mountains and
many charming neighborhoods and
villages.
The hamlets of High Falls, Stone
Ridge, Kripplebush, Lyonsville,
Lomontville, Atwood and North
Marbletown make up the Town of
Marbletown. These historic hamlets
have long, rich histories that date
back to the 1600’s.
For more information about the town
including information on zoning laws
and building requirements, please
visit their website at
http://www.marbletown.net.

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STONE RIDGE
Town of Marbletown

MARBLETOWN SQUARE
Fabulous real estate opportunity on Route 209

PROPERTY #1: 3478 Main Street

6.00 Acres

Three buildings with 8 apartments on zoned commercial/residential acres with 257’ on Rt 209 and
603’ on Hardenburgh Drive.
PROPERTY #2: Additional Land

25.00 Acres

Gorgeous, accessible land with stream and blacktop entrance road.

3 BUILDINGS WITH 8 APARTMENTS PLUS LAND

31.00 ACRES

$1,900,000

Angela L. Pariselli
Licensed Real Estate Salesperson
Charles Rutenberg Realty, Inc.

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HIGH FALLS
Town of Marbletown

HIGH FALLS
The picturesque village of High Falls, founded in 1669, has
history that runs deep. John A. Roebling, Design Engineer
of the Brooklyn Bridge, 30 years prior to opening the bridge,
built a new aqueduct for the 108-mile Delaware and Hudson
Canal. Experimenting with suspension design, revolutionary
at the time, Roebling replaced the [former] arched aqueduct
with what was essentially a miniature Brooklyn Bridge. A
series of historical markers, is nearby, detailing the evolution
of High Falls from a tiny farming community to a thriving
center of commerce after the "discovery of natural hydraulic
cement”
Although small, the Catskill hamlet of High Falls is known for
the D&H Canal Museum, specializing in the history and
culture of the Delaware and Hudson Canals, located in the
heart of town adjacent to a portion of the canal and 5 locks.
A hamlet with its own personality, High Falls is a Hudson
Valley hot spot for fine antiques, unique shops and great
dining. It offers natural wonders including a spectacular
waterfall that is fed by the Rondout Creek, and plenty of
outdoor activities including kayaking and the Ontario and
Western Rail-Trail (O&W Rail-Trail), which welcomes
equestrians, walkers, mountain bikers and winter sports
enthusiasts.

Angela L. Pariselli
Licensed Real Estate Salesperson
Charles Rutenberg Realty, Inc.

Town of Marbletown
Located in Ulster County,90 miles
north of New York City, Marbletown
is a rural community with a
population of a little over 5,500
people. The town is graced with
many natural wonders such as the
Rondout and Esopus Creeks,
Mohonk Mountain, Shawangunk
Ridge, O&W Rail Trail, incredible
views of the Catskill Mountains and
many charming neighborhoods and
villages.
The hamlets of High Falls, Stone
Ridge, Kripplebush, Lyonsville,
Lomontville, Atwood and North
Marbletown make up the Town of
Marbletown. These historic hamlets
have long, rich histories that date
back to the 1600’s.
For more information about the town
including information on zoning laws
and building requirements, please
visit their website at
http://www.marbletown.net.

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HIGH FALLS
Town of Marbletown

MOHONK ARTS
Zoned “light industrial” and residential

PROPERTY #3: 186 Mohonk Road - $3,900,000

7.74 Acres

43,000 sq ft single level concrete block building plus a second, bi-level metal building with 633’ road
frontage and town water.

CONCRETE BLOCK BUILDING AND BI-LEVEL METAL BUILDING

7.74 ACRES

$3,900,000

Angela L. Pariselli
Licensed Real Estate Salesperson
Charles Rutenberg Realty, Inc.

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ACCORD
Town of Rochester

ACCORD
This Hudson Valley hamlet, 90 miles from Manhattan, is a
charming community that offers the serenity of small town
living. Originally named Port Jackson, it is thought that the
name "Accord" resulted from a petition of the townspeople to
the Capitol in Albany for a new name. The response was that
the authorities could not come to an accord about a new
name so the name "Accord" was chosen.
Organic and subsistence farming is big here. Wendy
Hollender, one of the best known botanical artists in the U.S.,
founded Hollengold Farm where she crosses art with
agriculture. Hudson Valley Seed Library is another example
of the cross pollination of art and agriculture, where they sell
seeds in artist designed packages.
By virtue of its location, residents can access the Ontario and
Western Rail-Trail (O&W Rail-Trail) and the D&H Canal.

Town of Rochester
Located in the center of the famous
mid-Hudson valley, Rochester
serves as an oasis away from the
hustle and bustle of New York City,
providing peace and quiet with clean
fresh air, pristine streams and far
reaching vistas. The town sits in the
foothills of the Catskill Mountains,
with access to over 700,000 acres of
the State Catskill Park to the west.
To the east, lie the Shawangunk
Mountains and the Mohonk Preserve
and Minnewaska State Park.
Formed from a number of hamlets,
many of which had their own oneroom schoolhouses, the town boasts
the largest number of continuously
inhabited old stone houses in New
York, some dating back to the
17th century. Accord (the site of the
Rochester Town Hall and other town
offices) and Kerhonkson are the
Rochester’s two largest hamlets.
For more information about the town
including information on zoning laws
and building requirements, please
visit their website at
http://www.townofrochester.net.

Angela L. Pariselli
Licensed Real Estate Salesperson
Charles Rutenberg Realty, Inc.

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