Livingston

Columbia County, New York

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The town of Livingston in the southwest portion of beautiful Columbia County, N.Y., comprises several charming hamlets and communities within its 39 square miles. The town offers its 3,646 residents a low population density of 95 people per square miles, acres of unspoiled beauty, opportunities for passive recreation and community services for all ages.

The town of Livingston in the southwest portion of beautiful Columbia County, N.Y., comprises several charming hamlets and communities within its 39 square miles. The town offers its 3,646 residents a low population density of 95 people per square miles, acres of unspoiled beauty, opportunities for passive recreation and community services for all ages.

Residents take great pride in Livingston’s history, which comes to life in a renovated barn behind town hall known as the History Barn. Visitors take delight in an oral history of the town, which was organized in 1788 by its namesake, Robert Livingston. The history center displays many artifacts from days gone by. 

There are myriad opportunities for passive recreation at the town park, which is protected and maintained by the nonprofit, all-volunteer group, The Friends of North Twin Lake Park. Residents enjoy access to a small fishing dock, a gated sandy beach area, a pavilion, picnic tables and plenty of open space. 

Route 9 is the main highway which passes through town. Key communities and locations in town include Bells Pond in its northeast corner, as well as the charming hamlets of Blue Stores, Glencoe Mills, Burden, Linlithgo, Linlithgo Mills and the hamlet of Livingston.

The town of Livingston in the southwest portion of beautiful Columbia County, N.Y., comprises several charming hamlets and communities within its 39 square miles. The town offers its 3,646 residents a low population density of 95 people per square miles, acres of unspoiled beauty, opportunities for passive recreation and community services for all ages.

Residents take great pride in Livingston’s history, which comes to life in a renovated barn behind town hall known as the History Barn. Visitors take delight in an oral history of the town, which was organized in 1788 by its namesake, Robert Livingston. The history center displays many artifacts from days gone by. 

There are myriad opportunities for passive recreation at the town park, which is protected and maintained by the nonprofit, all-volunteer group, The Friends of North Twin Lake Park. Residents enjoy access to a small fishing dock, a gated sandy beach area, a pavilion, picnic tables and plenty of open space. 

Route 9 is the main highway which passes through town. Key communities and locations in town include Bells Pond in its northeast corner, as well as the charming hamlets of Blue Stores, Glencoe Mills, Burden, Linlithgo, Linlithgo Mills and the hamlet of Livingston.

The town of Livingston in the southwest portion of beautiful Columbia County, N.Y., comprises several charming hamlets and communities within its 39 square miles. The town offers its 3,646 residents a low population density of 95 people per square miles, acres of unspoiled beauty, opportunities for passive recreation and community services for all ages.

Residents take great pride in Livingston’s history, which comes to life in a renovated barn behind town hall known as the History Barn. Visitors take delight in an oral history of the town, which was organized in 1788 by its namesake, Robert Livingston. The history center displays many artifacts from days gone by. 

There are myriad opportunities for passive recreation at the town park, which is protected and maintained by the nonprofit, all-volunteer group, The Friends of North Twin Lake Park. Residents enjoy access to a small fishing dock, a gated sandy beach area, a pavilion, picnic tables and plenty of open space. 

Route 9 is the main highway which passes through town. Key communities and locations in town include Bells Pond in its northeast corner, as well as the charming hamlets of Blue Stores, Glencoe Mills, Burden, Linlithgo, Linlithgo Mills and the hamlet of Livingston.

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Featured Listings

279 Schuderhook
Livingston, NY $1,900,000

279 Schuderhook

Livingston, NY

$1,900,000
  • 3 Beds
  • 2 Baths
  • 3,000 Sqft
County Road 19
Livingston, NY $1,799,000

County Road 19

Livingston, NY

$1,799,000
  • 196.37 Acres
25 Orchard
Hudson, NY $1,760,000

25 Orchard

Hudson, NY

$1,760,000
  • 3 Beds
  • 2 Baths
  • 1,360 Sqft
32 Treeland Farm
Livingston, NY $1,599,000

32 Treeland Farm

Livingston, NY

$1,599,000
  • 13 Beds
  • 5/3 Baths
  • 5,500 Sqft
32 Treeland Farm
Livingston, NY $1,599,000

32 Treeland Farm

Livingston, NY

$1,599,000
  • 13 Beds
  • 5/3 Baths
  • 5,500 Sqft
102 Black Bridge
Livingston, NY $1,595,000

102 Black Bridge

Livingston, NY

$1,595,000
  • 4 Beds
  • 3/1 Baths
  • 2,800 Sqft
102 Black Bridge Road
Livingston, NY $1,495,000

102 Black Bridge Road

Livingston, NY

$1,495,000
  • 4 Beds
  • 3/1 Baths
  • 2,800 Sqft
52 Lotta
Hudson, NY $995,000

52 Lotta

Hudson, NY

$995,000
  • 3 Beds
  • 1/1 Baths
  • 2,588 Sqft

Livingston

Area Map

Livingston is within Columbia County, New York and borders Claverack, Clermont, Germantown and Greenport.

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Units Sold

October 2022

2 TOTAL UNITS

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Median Sales Price

October 2022 - Single Family Homes

$1.5M
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October 2022 Single Family Homes

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