Rockland County

New York

Often referred to as the “Gateway to the Hudson Valley region,” Rockland County is situated along the scenic Hudson River about 30 miles north of New York City, offering idyllic waterfront villages, mountain vistas, shopping and dining, historic sites a plethora of parks and recreation and a vibrant arts and culture scene.

New York’s Rockland County is the southernmost county on the west side of the majestic Hudson River. Residents and visitors enjoy its scenic location along the Hudson offering idyllic waterfront villages, spectacular mountain vistas, and roughly 32,000 acres of untouched parkland. The county also features a rich history and a vibrant arts and culture scene. Award-winning restaurants offer waterfront dining, unique boutiques, shopping, and a wealth of outdoor recreation throughout its many golf courses and 200 miles of trails and parks.
Rockland County comprises five towns and 19 incorporated villages, as well as numerous charming hamlets and unincorporated villages within its 200 square miles. The county’s name is derived from “rocky land,” as a nod to the Hudson River Palisades. Several popular historic landmarks and places of interest draw visitors from near and far. The county is home to eight public school districts including several Blue Ribbon School of Excellence Award winners.
The Governor Mario M. Cuomo Bridge formally referred to as the Tappen Zee Bridge, connects South Nyack in Rockland County and Tarrytown in Westchester County across the Hudson River in New York’s lower Hudson Valley, and the county is served by several major highways including Interstate 87/287, also known as the New York Thruway, as well as Metro-North Railroad, bus and ferry service.

New York’s Rockland County is the southernmost county on the west side of the majestic Hudson River. Residents and visitors enjoy its scenic location along the Hudson offering idyllic waterfront villages, spectacular mountain vistas, and roughly 32,000 acres of untouched parkland. The county also features a rich history and a vibrant arts and culture scene. Award-winning restaurants offer waterfront dining, unique boutiques, shopping, and a wealth of outdoor recreation throughout its many golf courses and 200 miles of trails and parks.
Rockland County comprises five towns and 19 incorporated villages, as well as numerous charming hamlets and unincorporated villages within its 200 square miles. The county’s name is derived from “rocky land,” as a nod to the Hudson River Palisades. Several popular historic landmarks and places of interest draw visitors from near and far. The county is home to eight public school districts including several Blue Ribbon School of Excellence Award winners.
The Governor Mario M. Cuomo Bridge formally referred to as the Tappen Zee Bridge, connects South Nyack in Rockland County and Tarrytown in Westchester County across the Hudson River in New York’s lower Hudson Valley, and the county is served by several major highways including Interstate 87/287, also known as the New York Thruway, as well as Metro-North Railroad, bus and ferry service.

New York’s Rockland County is the southernmost county on the west side of the majestic Hudson River. Residents and visitors enjoy its scenic location along the Hudson offering idyllic waterfront villages, spectacular mountain vistas, and roughly 32,000 acres of untouched parkland. The county also features a rich history and a vibrant arts and culture scene. Award-winning restaurants offer waterfront dining, unique boutiques, shopping, and a wealth of outdoor recreation throughout its many golf courses and 200 miles of trails and parks.
Rockland County comprises five towns and 19 incorporated villages, as well as numerous charming hamlets and unincorporated villages within its 200 square miles. The county’s name is derived from “rocky land,” as a nod to the Hudson River Palisades. Several popular historic landmarks and places of interest draw visitors from near and far. The county is home to eight public school districts including several Blue Ribbon School of Excellence Award winners.
The Governor Mario M. Cuomo Bridge formally referred to as the Tappen Zee Bridge, connects South Nyack in Rockland County and Tarrytown in Westchester County across the Hudson River in New York’s lower Hudson Valley, and the county is served by several major highways including Interstate 87/287, also known as the New York Thruway, as well as Metro-North Railroad, bus and ferry service.

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Units Sold

October 2022

196 TOTAL UNITS

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October 2022 - Single Family Homes

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October 2022 Single Family Homes

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501 N Broadway
Nyack, NY $3,750,000

501 N Broadway

Nyack, NY

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206 Route 303
Valley Cottage, NY $1,249,000

206 Route 303

Valley Cottage, NY

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310 N Highland Avenue
Nyack, NY $699,000

310 N Highland Avenue

Nyack, NY

$699,000
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Nyack, NY $499,000

8 Shadyside Avenue

Nyack, NY

$499,000
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Palisades, NY

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Pomona, NY

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652 Haverstraw Road
Montebello, NY $5,975,000

652 Haverstraw Road

Montebello, NY

$5,975,000
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  • 8,303 Sqft