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augerties is an antique shopper's treasure chest waiting to be opened, right in the Mid-Hudson Valley! There are over 30 shops filled with an exceptional range of fine quality antiques and collectibles. Whether you're looking for the best in Mission Oak or 19th Century European furniture, pieces to fill in a collection, that perfect piece to complete a room or just beginning to experience the never-ending joys of treasure hunting, Saugerties must be your first stop.

Antique dealers first gravitated to this picturesque town over 25 years ago. Purchasing their wares from local and distant estates, auctions and markets in New England, Canada and New York State, each shop is different in its decor and offerings -- there are items to amuse, items for practical use and there are items for serious investment. Indeed, locally, it is thought of as the town where "Dealers shop".

Located at the foot of the Catskill Mountains and on the shores of the Hudson River, Saugerties is one of the most attractive communities on the river. Just 100 miles north of Manhattan, the 8 block commercial section has been designated as a Historic District on the National Register of Historic Places and is home to over 30 antique shops. Beautiful old stone and mid to late 19th century brick buildings framed by huge old trees and surrounded by lovely gardens, sit on the hills overlooking the river.

Saugerties is a walking town, so park your car and take a stroll down Main, Market and Partition Streets where most of the antiques and craft shops are found. There are plenty of good restaurants to take a break from shopping in and there are fine country inns in which to spend the night -- you'll want to stay a couple of days in this delightful little village. Once you've gotten acquainted with Saugerties, head south on Route 9W to visit the antiques stores on top of the hill and west to see the shops on Route 32. The oldest lighthouse on the Hudson River is a half mile walk from the center of the Historic District. In the fall there are the Garlic and Mum Festivals. In the winter it's a half hour drive up the mountain to several major ski resorts.

So shop in Saugerties before you shop anywhere else. The selection is wide, the quality is high and the prices are very fair.

When you visit Saugerties, make sure to visit the Saugerties Lighthouse! One of the few on the Hudson River that you can actually walk out to. It's a pleasant stroll through a nature preserve out to the lighthouse, located mid-river! It's a pleasant adventure back into the 19th century glory of shipping on the Hudson River.

CLICK HERE and experience the lighthouse online!

Saugerties 5 Mile Radius Map
This map is not meant as completely accurate representation of the terrain, roads and trails. HV/Net suggests that before you visit you first obtain an accurate map of the area. They are available in many locations throughout the region.
 
2000 Census Data Saugerties, NY 12477

General Characteristics

#

%

U.S.

Total population

20,199

100.0

100%

Male

10,378

51.4

49.1%

Female

9,821

48.6

50.9%

Median age (years)

37.8

(X)

35.3

Under 5 years

1,139

5.6

6.8%

18 years and over

15,398

76.2

74.3%

65 years and over

2,557

12.7

12.4%


One race

19,934

98.7

97.6%

White

18,594

92.1

75.1%

Black or African American

800

4.0

12.3%

American Indian and Alaska Native

45

0.2

0.9%

Asian

161

0.8

3.6%

Native Hawaiian and Other Pacific Islander

4

0.0

0.1%

Some other race

330

1.6

5.5%

Two or more races

265

1.3

2.4%


Hispanic or Latino (of any race)

927

4.6

12.5%


Average household size

2.49

(X)

2.59

Average family size

3.01

(X)

3.14


Total housing units

8,492

100.0

100.0%

Occupied housing units

7,637

89.9

91.0%

Owner-occupied housing units

5,417

70.9

66.2%

Renter-occupied housing units

2,220

29.1

33.8%

Vacant housing units

855

10.1

9.0%

 

 

 

 

Social Characteristics

#

%

U.S.

Population 25 years and over

13,789

100.0

 

High school graduate or higher

11,238

81.5

80.4%

Bachelor's degree or higher

2,874

20.8

24.4%

Civilian veterans (civilian population 18 years and over)

2,086

13.6

12.7%

Disability status (population 21 to 64 years)

1,920

17.3

19.2%

Foreign born

788

3.9

11.1%

Now married (population 15 years and over)

8,929

55.3

54.4%

Speak a language other than English at home (5 years and over)

1,149

6.1

17.9%

 

 

 

 

Economic Characteristics

#

%

U.S.

In labor force (population 16 years and over)

9,772

61.8

63.9%

Mean travel time to work in minutes (population 16 years and older)

25.2

(X)

25.5

Median household income (dollars)

42,640

(X)

41,994

Median family income (dollars)

49,993

(X)

50,046

Per capita income (dollars)

20,499

(X)

21,587

Families below poverty level

337

6.5

9.2%

Individuals below poverty level

1,564

8.3

12.4%

 

 

 

 

Housing Characteristics

#

%

U.S.

Single-family owner-occupied homes

4,218

100.0

 

Median value (dollars)

100,500

(X)

119,600

Median of selected monthly owner costs

(X)

(X)

 

With a mortgage

1,106

(X)

1,088

Not mortgaged

397

(X)

295

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