Recent property sales in the Town of Dover
Originally listed at $629,000 in 2022, this contemporary cape at 21 Ridge Road, sitting on 2 acres, sold for $548,500. 
Photo by David Coppula, courtesy of Janet Myer of Houlihan & Lawrence

Recent property sales in the Town of Dover

The Millerton News will periodically publish a listing of residential real estate sales in eastern Dutchess County and adjacent towns.


West of Kent, Connecticut, and bordering on the towns of Washington, Amenia and Pawling, Dover covers 56.3 square miles and has a population of 8,699 people. Students attend Dover, Millbrook and Pawling schools, and the Metro North stops in both Wingdale and at Dover Plains. 

The Dover real estate market is active with five single-family homes, one multifamily complex and a vacant lot selling in the month of September. At the moment, there are 15 single-family homes listed for sale, including to-be-built luxury homes for over $1 million on Valley View Farm Road, and substantial residential vacant land.


September 2023

18 Cedar Knoll, 2 mobil homes and a 2-bedroom, 1-bathroom house on 10.7 acres, sold for $650,000.

108 Craig Lane, a 3-bedroom, 2.5-bath raised ranch, sold for $415,000

23 Dog Tail Corners Road, a single-family home with 3 bedrooms and 1 bath, sold for $316,000

387 Dover Furnace Road, a  3-bedroom, 1.5-bath on 5 acres, sold for $165,000

56 Dugway Drive, a 2-bedroom, 2-bath home sold for $76,350

21 Ridge Road, a contemporary cape with 4 bedrooms and 3.5 baths, sold for $548,500

Vacant residential land with 9.4 acres and 130-foot frontage on Ridge Road sold for $105,000


Town of Dover real estate sales recorded in September 2023 provided by Dutchess County Office of Real Property. 


Compiled by Christine Bates, Real Estate Salesperson with William Pitt Sotheby’s International Realty, Licensed in CT and NY.

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