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WEB ID: 86195719

25 Zandhoek Hurley, Ulster, NY 12443

Hurley, Ulster, NY 12443

for rent | RENTAL | Built in 1831

4 beds
3 baths/2 half baths
1.75 acres
outdoor space
$6,500
  • Available Immediately

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WEB ID: 86195719

25 Zandhoek Hurley, Ulster, NY 12443

Hurley, Ulster, NY 12443

for rent | RENTAL | Built in 1831

4 beds
3 baths/2 half baths
1.75 acres
outdoor space
$6,500
  • Available Immediately

The Details

About 25 Zandhoek, Hurley, NY 12443

Located in atmospheric Olde Hurley among 1700's Stone Homes. Enjoy park-like grounds just 5 minutes away from historic uptown Kingston with its Cafes, restaurants and art scene. 20 minutes from Woodstock, Rhinebeck and Amtrak, walkable to the Hudson Valley Rail Trail and close to countless hikes and natural attractions, including Minnewaska State Park, Ashokan Reservoir and Mohonk Preserve. Just a fabulous place t...
Listing Courtesy of HOWARD HANNA RAND REALTY, NY_MLSUC:20242785

key features

  • Central air
  • Fireplace
  • Stone
  • Garden
  • Patio
  • Hot Tub
  • Baseboard Heating
  • Ceiling Fan(S) Cooling
  • Central Air Cooling
  • Central Heating
  • Driveway
  • Enclosed
  • Gas Grill
  • HardWood Flooring
  • Hot water Heating
  • Landscaped
  • Lighting
  • Living Room
  • Oil Heating
  • Private
  • Radiant Heating
  • Whirlpool Tub
  • Zoned Heating
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    Hurley

    One of the oldest towns in Ulster County, Hurley is a vast, geographically-distributed community that spans the distance from Kingston to Woodstock, much of which lies squarely in the boundaries of Catskill Park. Settled in the 1660s by Peter Stuyvesant, the town’s present name was conferred after passing from Dutch to British rule, and it briefly served as a temporary capital of New York State. Much early Colonial architecture is preserved within the Hurley Historic District, which encompasses most of the town’s principal hamlet. That small, central hub is flanked by square mile upon square mile of largely-unspoiled wilds that have changed little over the past five centuries, playing host to quiet retreats and world-class outdoor recreation. West Hurley, which lies north of the Ashokan Reservoir, adds a corridor of inns, restaurants, and other businesses on Route 28, along with a recently-completed rail trail.

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