April and May Copake real estate sales

This mixed used building at 1676 Route 7A near the Copake Clock Tower has two apartments upstairs and commercial space below which previously was the home of Kneller Insurance. It sold for $360,000.

Christine Bates

April and May Copake real estate sales

COPAKE — April and May sales in Copake include a wide range of “recreational” real estate from an unfinished ski cabin to a home with an attached “guest motel” that was sold for $1,200,000.

Affordable, year-round homes can also be found in this town of lakes, state parks, water falls, farms, and winter sports. Currently there are 16 properties listed for sale in Copake including four land parcels, the historic Babe Ruth frequented Taconic Wayside Inn, and 7 homes under one million dollars.

25 Nicholson Road: 620 square foot ski cabin under construction on .29 acres sold on April 5 for $137,400

80 Island Drive: 3 bedroom/2bath 1,008 square feet sold on April 18 for $299,500

1676 Route 7A: Mixed use building of 3,648 square feet with parking lot sold on April 26 for $360,000

218 County Route 7A: 5 bedroom/2 bath home on .45 acres sold on April 29 for $240,000

4 Pioneer Drive: 4 acre building lot within Lake Rhoda HOA sold on May 10 for $140,000

38 Catamount Road: 8 bedroom/9 bath includes guest house motel on 4.2 acres sold for $1,200,000 on May 15, 2024

145 Snyder Pond Road: 3 bedroom/2 bath home on 3.88 acres sold on May 31 for $695,028

*Town of Copake residential real estate sales for May are closing date sales as presented in Multiple Listing Services and do not include private transactions that are not publicly listed. Compiled by Christine Bates, Real Estate Salesperson with William Pitt Sotheby’s International Realty, Licensed in CT and NY.

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