A unique town nestled along the historic Hudson River Valley, Marbletown mixes a small-town feel with urban convenience.
Marbletown’s real estate market comprises single family homes, apartments, and estates. A significant population is seasonal, as the community attracts tourists and buyers looking for country homes. The architecture ranges from European stone homes and colonial design to modern construction. The tight-knit community has a high level of involvement in local affairs and organizations. Many residential areas boast panoramic views of the countryside. People flock to the community for its spacious houses and natural sights.
Residents enjoy the best of both worlds. Downtown Marbletown is a bustling commercial hub with local shops, cultural institutions, and family entertainment. The residential areas have lush green space and stunning woodlands. Marbletown has four historic districts rife with distinct architecture and centuries-old homes. Restaurants and antique shops stand shoulder to shoulder with flea markets, retail stores, and museums. The active artistic community maintains a lively performing arts center and collection of art galleries.
Marbletown boasts unparalleled natural beauty and a robust recreation system. People enjoy biking, swimming, and fishing at local parks and swimming holes. Sprawling countryside houses cornfields, orchards, and wineries. Facilities like the Marbletown Town park and O & W Rail Trail offer athletic courts, summer campgrounds, and picnic-friendly lawns and playground spaces. The town is bordered by the Catskill Mountains and the Shawangunk Mountains, which have scenic hiking trails and ski paths.