Located in the southeast part of Green County, the town of Catskill is an active tourist town that's popular among retirees and families with children. Here you'll find plenty of restaurants and retail stores. There are also many opportunities to enjoy street art, including public sculptures and gardens. This is a very friendly town where everyone seems to know each other. It has low crime rates and above-average schools. Overall, residents agree that this is a great place to live.
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The population in Catskill is approximately 11,399, and the area has a sparse suburban feel. The median age is 37.7 and demographics are mostly white (73.7%), black (11.7%), Hispanic (9.0%), and multi-racial (3.4%). Most resident’s lean conservative and Green County voted Republican in the past five Presidential elections.
The median home value here is $167,100 and 60% of homeowners own their home. The 40% of people who rent pay approximately $921 per month, which is just about on par with the national average. Browse the newest real estate listings in Catskill, NY.
Catskill is known for having excellent schools, which is one of the reasons why it's such a great place to raise a family. The student-teacher ratio is approximately 11.6 to one. The top public schools serving the area are Catskill Elementary School, Catskill Senior High School, Cairo-Durham High School, Hunter-Tannersville Middle/High School, and Cairo-Durham Elementary School.
Nearby secondary schools include Bard College, Ulster County Community, College, The College of Saint Rose, SUNY at Albany, the Culinary Institute of America, Excelsior College, and Dutchess Community College. Find homes in Catskill by school district.
The median household income in Catskill is $43,036 and the cost of living is 7.1% lower than the national average. The most common industries here are healthcare, public administration, accommodation and food services, food and beverage services, educational services, and construction.
The town of Catskill has a wonderful Main Street with many restaurants, cafes, and niche shops. It also has a performing art theater, a performance hall, art galleries, and antique shops. There's also a local farmer's market every week during the summer. The town is very popular among outdoor enthusiasts who enjoy hiking in the Catskill Mountains, fishing in the nearby lakes, skiing, and taking in the stunning scenery.
If you're looking for a great place to retire or to raise your family, Catskill could be the perfect town for you! Our REALTORS® would love to show you around and help you find your dream home. Contact us to get started today.
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