History + Culture
From the Roosevelt and Vanderbilt estates to lighthouses and museums, you will be in awe of the rich history around you.
Sail the Hudson River or ski the Catskills; there is something for everyone who loves the outdoors.
Fine Dining + Events
Incredible restaurants with chefs straight from the Culinary, movie houses, theatre, gallery openings and so much more.
Live a Life You Will Love at Farmhouse Commons.
Located just between Kingston, Saugerties, and Rhinebeck, Farmhouse Commons is in the heart of the Hudson Valley region. It's easy to travel to New York City or Albany by train, bus, or car - and you will be conveniently located to everything the region has to offer.
When you rent a gorgeous home at Farmhouse Commons, you will be surrounded by fun, vibrant small towns like Woodstock, Rhinebeck, New Paltz, and Hudson. And, because you will be renting instead of owning, you will have time to enjoy everything around you!
If you are a history buff, check out the home of President Franklin D. Roosevelt, the Vanderbilt Mansion, the Old Rhinebeck Aerodrome, Montgomery Place, the Esopus Lighthouse, the Rondout Waterfront, and all kinds of other attractions that remind us all of bygone days.
Arts, Theatre, and Culture
And, if you love arts and culture, enjoy theatrical performances, art openings, and musical concerts at the Ulster Performing Arts Center, Center for Performing Arts at Rhinebeck, Kaatsbaan International Dance Center, and the Fisher Center for Performing Arts at Bard College.
Head up to the Catskill Mountains or over to the Shawangunks if you love the outdoors. Ski at Hunter or Windham Mountain, camp at North-South Lake, swim at Lake Minnewaska, hike at Mohonk Mountain House, hit one of the local golf courses, or bike the rail trails.
Prefer the water? Set sail on the Hudson River with one of the local sailing or charter companies, or kayak on the Shokan Reservoir.
Fine Dining and High-End Shopping
Shop at the countless antique shops, dine at fantastic restaurants owned and run by chefs trained at the nearby Culinary Institute of America, and stroll historic village streets lined with big old trees and stunning Victorian-era homes.
Bottom line is....
when you rent a home at Farmhouse Commons, you don't have to worry about taxes, taking care of landscaping, or repairs....you can go out and enjoy the life you most want to live - in an area that has it all.