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 All Annandale-on-Hudson ListingsDutchess

 Annandale-on-Hudson Waterfalls

National Historic Landmark, Hudson River estate, views of the Hudson River and the Catskill Mountains,
Things to Do at Montgomery Place, gardens, House Tour, Hiking, Historic Site, Nature trails, Scenic Views, Waterfalls of Saw Kill River | Dutchess Montgomery Place "Historic Site"

  Montgomery Place a National Historic Landmark, is an extraordinary 380-acre Hudson River estate with magnificent views of the Hudson River and the Catskill Mountains. It is located on historic River Road in the hamlet of Annandale-on-Hudson, New York, just north of the Kingston-Rhinecliff Bridge.

"The lover of the expressive in nature, or the beautiful in art, will find here innumerable subjects for study. The natural scenery in many portions approaches the character of grandeur, and the foreground of rich woods and lawns, stretching out on all sides of the mountain, completes a home landscape of dignified and elegant seclusion, rarely surpassed in any country" by Andrew Jackson Downing Montgomery Place  "Historic Site" | Dutchess  website and more . . .
 All Beacon ListingsDutchess

 Beacon Waterfalls

restaurants in Dutchess County, Things to Do,  Hudson River Valley, New York State, Park, Fishkill Creek, Beacon Shoreline Trail, Beacon train station, trails along the Fishkill Creek, scenic overlooks of Fishing Pier, Hiking / Walking Trails, Picnicking | Dutchess Madam Brett Park "Scenic Hudson Valley"

  Madam Brett Park
Beacon, Dutchess County
Hudson River Valley, New York State

From Scenic Hudson: "Madam Brett Park hugs Fishkill Creek, which played a prominent role in Beacon's development. Along it stood a gristmill owned by the park's namesake — Catheryna Rombout Brett (1687-1764), the first European settler in the present-day city. The mill was an important gathering place for farmers and Native Americans inhabiting both shores of the Hudson River hereabouts. In the 1800s, the creek powered a profusion of hat factories (including the Tioronda Hat Works, located in the brick building adjacent to the park), which earned Beacon the nickname "New York's Hat-Making Capital. Madam Brett Park  "Scenic Hudson Valley" | Dutchess  website and more . . .
 All Millbrook Village ListingsDutchess

 Millbrook Village Waterfalls

12545, Garden, Millbrook NY, Dutchess County, Hudson Valley, public garden, Chinese landscape design, American garden | Dutchess Innisfree Garden

  Innisfree Garden is located at 362 Tyrell Road, Millbrook NY 12545, Dutchess County in the Hudson Valley. Innisfree is a 150-acre public garden in which the ancient art of Chinese landscape design has been reinterpreted to create, without recourse to imitation, a unique American garden. Innisfree Garden is recognized as one of the 'world’s ten best gardens' and a powerful icon of 20th century landscape design.
    I will arise and go now,
    and go to Innisfree.
    W.B. Yeats, “The Lake Isle of Innisfree” (1888)
Innisfree Garden | Dutchess  website and more . . .

 More Hudson Valley  Waterfalls

Waterfalls | Albany Albany County
      [2 listings over 2 locations]
Waterfalls | Columbia Columbia County
      [1 listing over 1 location]
Waterfalls | Greene Greene County
      [7 listings over 3 locations]
Waterfalls | Rockland Rockland County
      [1 listing over 1 location]
Waterfalls | Ulster Ulster County
      [7 listings over 6 locations]

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