Historic Stone Ridge Home
Stone Ridge and its neighbor Olde Hurley comprise the largest single collection of early Dutch Colonial stone houses, most of them dating from the seventeenth century. At the foot of the Catskills, both towns are surrounded by the amazing Shawangunk Ridge, the rolling hillsides and farmland.
Stone Ridge is one of the most picturesque hamlets in Ulster County and is the epitome of small town country living. Residents enjoy the Stone Ridge Library housed in an historic stone house, the Bevier house, home to the Ulster County Historical Society, Ulster County Community College and notable art galleries.
Rich in heritage and timeless beauty, this is as bucolic as it gets, with vistas holding clapboard farmhouses and early Dutch barns in the outlying communities of Kripplebush, Lyonsville and Lamontville. Stone Ridge is a major part of the Main Street Historic District, added to the National Register of historic places. Located along the length of Route 209 and Route 213, the Historic District features 97 properties on 38 different lots, built between 1750 and 1930.
Surrounded by mountains, ridges, cliffs and hills, Stone Ridge is the perfect home for the outdoors enthusiast with its abundance of wooded areas and easy access to dozens of local hiking, biking, camping, rock climbing, and fishing locations.
In the winter, Stone Ridge is a short drive from upstate Catskill Mountain skiing, including Windham, Belleayre, Hunter & more. Those looking to stay local can take advantage of hundreds of miles of phenomenal cross country skiing and snowshoeing courtesy of Minnewaska State Park, Mohonk Preserve and the local Ontario & Western Rail Trail.
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