Germantown

Its rural nature, combined with wealth of recreational resources, unrivaled scenic views and historic charm, make it the perfect place to call home. It may be one of Columbia County’s best-kept secrets.

Germantown, in Columbia County, N.Y., is geographically the heart of the Hudson Valley and home to 1,954 residents within its 13.9 square miles. The town’s beauty inspired numerous Hudson River painters, including Frederic Church.

Its inviting downtown hub includes family-owned shops, a historic bed & breakfast, and the iconic GTel Teleconnections building, among other retail and professional services. Residents of all ages enjoy spending leisure time at Palatine Park, the town’s largest municipal park, with its playground area, picnic facilities, ballfields and soccer fields, activities center and dog park.

The mighty Hudson River provides access points for boaters and fishermen at Cheviot Park off Route 9G and at Lasher Memorial Park in North Germantown. The area is also a major migration route and well-known destination for bird watchers. Residents also take pride in their town’s historic roots, and numerous sites and residences are listed on the National Register of Historic Properties. Numerous private homes have graciously opened their doors to visitors during Hudson Valley Historic House Tours.

Students attend the Germantown Central School, which serves grades Pre-K through high school, and the town’s public library offers programming for all interests and ages throughout the year.

Germantown is a quaint and inviting community. Its rural nature, combined with wealth of recreational resources, unrivaled scenic views and historic charm, make it the perfect place to call home. It may be one of Columbia County’s best-kept secrets.

Germantown, in Columbia County, N.Y., is geographically the heart of the Hudson Valley and home to 1,954 residents within its 13.9 square miles. The town’s beauty inspired numerous Hudson River painters, including Frederic Church.

Its inviting downtown hub includes family-owned shops, a historic bed & breakfast, and the iconic GTel Teleconnections building, among other retail and professional services. Residents of all ages enjoy spending leisure time at Palatine Park, the town’s largest municipal park, with its playground area, picnic facilities, ballfields and soccer fields, activities center and dog park.

The mighty Hudson River provides access points for boaters and fishermen at Cheviot Park off Route 9G and at Lasher Memorial Park in North Germantown. The area is also a major migration route and well-known destination for bird watchers. Residents also take pride in their town’s historic roots, and numerous sites and residences are listed on the National Register of Historic Properties. Numerous private homes have graciously opened their doors to visitors during Hudson Valley Historic House Tours.

Students attend the Germantown Central School, which serves grades Pre-K through high school, and the town’s public library offers programming for all interests and ages throughout the year.

Germantown is a quaint and inviting community. Its rural nature, combined with wealth of recreational resources, unrivaled scenic views and historic charm, make it the perfect place to call home. It may be one of Columbia County’s best-kept secrets.

Germantown, in Columbia County, N.Y., is geographically the heart of the Hudson Valley and home to 1,954 residents within its 13.9 square miles. The town’s beauty inspired numerous Hudson River painters, including Frederic Church.

Its inviting downtown hub includes family-owned shops, a historic bed & breakfast, and the iconic GTel Teleconnections building, among other retail and professional services. Residents of all ages enjoy spending leisure time at Palatine Park, the town’s largest municipal park, with its playground area, picnic facilities, ballfields and soccer fields, activities center and dog park.

The mighty Hudson River provides access points for boaters and fishermen at Cheviot Park off Route 9G and at Lasher Memorial Park in North Germantown. The area is also a major migration route and well-known destination for bird watchers. Residents also take pride in their town’s historic roots, and numerous sites and residences are listed on the National Register of Historic Properties. Numerous private homes have graciously opened their doors to visitors during Hudson Valley Historic House Tours.

Students attend the Germantown Central School, which serves grades Pre-K through high school, and the town’s public library offers programming for all interests and ages throughout the year.

Germantown is a quaint and inviting community. Its rural nature, combined with wealth of recreational resources, unrivaled scenic views and historic charm, make it the perfect place to call home. It may be one of Columbia County’s best-kept secrets.

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Germantown

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Germantown

Market Snapshot

Units Sold

June 2024

1 TOTAL UNITS

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Median Sales Price

June 2024 - Single Family Homes

$1.4M
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Percentage of Asking Price

June 2024 Single Family Homes

94%
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94%
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