Here you will find all the Dutchess County NY new construction homes for sale:
If you are looking to buy a new construction home in Dutchess County, you will find new home developments in all price range in the county. You can also purchase new homes that are not in a development, or buy a lot and custom build your dream home.
Below are several popular new construction developments in Dutchess County. As of 2017, most of the developments below still have brand new homes for your to buy and customize. All prices below are also last updated in 2017.
Toll Brothers have many new developments in the Dutchess County. Most of the developments feature a club house and amenities like swimming pool and lawn maintenance, which attract many buyers who are interested in such a community. Some of the new home communities include:
Four Corners in Hopewell Junction - There are new homes being built at the Four Corners development, along with resales since the community first started building in 2005. The large community includes a resort style 10,000 square foot club house with an indoor gym, fitness center, media room, and sauna. Outside, there is a heated swimming pool and a splash pool, tennis courts, basketball courts, and playgrounds. In addition, there is a five-acre central park, a nature water trail, and over 250 acres of open space.
Hopewell Glen in Hopewell Junction - It is another large single family home community by Toll Brothers with over 200 homes planned to be built. It is located along the Dutchess Rail Trail, and the community includes a community club house with fitness center, a kitchen and a tavern room with pool table. Outside, there is a heated swimming pool and a separate children's wading pool, tennis courts, basketball courts, and playgrounds. The starting sales price as of 2017 is in the $400,000s.
The Regency at Wappinger is a new active adult 55+ community in Wappingers Falls. The large, luxurious community consists of 93 townhomes and 132 single family homes. Plenty of amenities are offered at the community, including a 5800 square feet clubhouse, a fitness center, yoga studio, billiards room, swimming pool, tennis court, and bocce court. The starting sales price is around $364,000 and up.
Another new development by Toll Brothers is Beekman Chase, which offers more private homes on larger, 1+ acre lots. The starting sales price in 2017 is in the mid $500,000s.
Another large community being built as of 2017 is Sleight Farm in Poughkeepsie, which belongs to the Arlington School District. The Sleight Farm development offers 3-4 bedrooms single family homes with different home models ranging from just under 2000 square feet to 4000 square feet. The starting sales price is around $364,000.
There is a collection of 18 new homes being built in the Taconic Hills development in Hopewell Junction. The upscale homes belong to Arlington School District, and the starting sales price is in the $500,000s.
Dutchess County is a beautiful place to live, especially if you are looking for something more country, with lower housing prices and real estate tax than the counties closer to New York City County. It is located just North of Westchester and Putnam Counties, around 1.5 hours from New York City. Commuting to New York City is convenient with the Metro North Rail Lines.
Dutchess County has plenty to offer. There are plenty of hiking opportunities available at Beacon and the Hudson Highlands area. There are two rail trails and the Walkway Over the Hudson, for those who want to walk or bike across the river. For golf lovers, there are 16 golf courses located in the county. There are plenty of farms to visit, while shopping and dining are conveniently located along Route 9 in the county.
If you are looking for culture and arts events, there are six historical estates in the county, all of which have beautiful gardens and offer tours and events. For dining, you will find the world renowned Culinary Institute of America with its cafe and restaurants that are open to the public. Vassar College and Marist College offer sporting events, a great art museum, and cultural events like concerts and plays, speaker visits, etc.
Dutchess County is located a little over one hour from New York City and Albany, on the East side of the Hudson River. Major roads in the county include the interstate 84, which goes East to West and connects to New England , and the Taconic State Parkway, which travels North to South.
For residents who need to travel to New York City, there are Metro North train lines that have frequent trains to Grand Central Station, making Dutchess County a popular commuter area.
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