Stockport Home Auction 3BR2BA 12534

Stockport Home Auction 3BR2BA. On County Route 25 this attractive home plus apt. is on a hill and in good condition. With 2 acres of land and lots of space, it is the ideal mother/daughter situation and an affordable home.

Stockport Home Auction 3BR2BA.   On County Route 25 this attractive home plus apt. is on a hill and in good condition.  With 2 acres of land and lots of space, it is the ideal mother/daughter situation and an affordable home.

Stockport Home Auction 3BR2BA

Stockport Home Auction 3BR2BA

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Stockport Home Auction 3BR2BA

Stockport is directly North of Greenport including Columbiaville and Stottville with its major shopping centers, including Walmart, Lowes and Price Chopper. The west town line is defined by the center of the Hudson River, which marks the border of Greene County. Stockport Creek is a tributary of the Hudson that is formed near the center of the town by the junction of Kinderhook Creek and Claverack Creek.

The first known Europeans to set foot in Columbia County were Henry Hudson and his crew.   On September 17, 1609, Hudson stopped for a day at the mouth of what is now known as Stockport Creek, territory under control of the Mohican Indians.   The first European settler in Stockport was Abraham Staats, who built a house at the spot Henry Hudson landed around 1660.   The present Town of Stockport was formed from parts of Stuyvesant, Ghent, and Hudson in 1833.

Stockport is the smallest town in Columbia County at 13 square miles in area.   It was named after Stockport, England, the hometown of James Wild, a prominent resident at the time.

At one time, this was the hub of industrial activity in Columbia County.   The Claverack and Kinderhook Creeks join here to form the Stockport Creek, which flows out to the Hudson River. Waterpower was abundant and the historical evidence suggests that the motivation behind the Town’s formation was to benefit the proprietors of the many woolen mills along these sources of water power.   These mills and associated buildings were used well into the 20th century.   Another concentration of mills was found in Columbiaville, one mile inland from the Hudson, on the Stockport Creek.   Columbiaville was an incorporated village from 1813 until the formation of the Town in 1833.
The Columbia White Sulfur Springs was located in the Hamlet of Stottville, at the southern end of Town.   In the mid-1800’s, these sulfur springs were as well known as those of Saratoga.   People came from great distances to drink and bathe in the water.   The mills and spas are long gone.

Stockport Home Auction 3BR2BA

Currently, the Town Stockport is a semi-rural town, primarily of residences and farms.

According to the U. S. Census for 2000, the town has a total area of 13.1 square miles and a population of 2,933 people, 96% white.   The median income for a household is $42,107 and the per capita income for the town is $18,137.   Today Stockport is a home to individuals who work in Hudson and Albany, being in commuting distance from both, as well as second home residents.

Stockport is the smallest town in Columbia County at 13 square miles in area.   It was named after Stockport, England, the hometown of James Wild, a prominent resident at the time.

At one time, this was the hub of industrial activity in Columbia County.  The Claverack and Kinderhook Creeks join here to form the Stockport Creek, which flows out to the Hudson River. Waterpower was abundant and the historical evidence suggests that the motivation behind the Town’s formation was to benefit the proprietors of the many woolen mills along these sources of waterpower.   These mills and associated buildings were used well into the 20th century.   Another concentration of mills was found in Columbiaville, one mile inland from the Hudson, on the Stockport Creek.   Columbiaville was an incorporated village from 1813 until the formation of the Town in 1833.

Is located in a town that is clean, well maintained, and safe.   It  is a place that people take pride in.   Stockport provides quality public services and our water supply meets the needs of the community.
There is access to quality recreational facilities for residents of all ages.   The Hudson River and the Town’s creeks are available for a full range of activities.   A diversity of housing options is available for all.  There is a wide range of support for Stockport’s senior citizens, including public transportation, affordable housing, and social services.
Stockport’s natural beauty, rural character, and historic places are preserved.   The Town welcomes commercial uses that are scaled to the community, well designed, and environmentally friendly. Commercial and residential needs are balanced.   Stockport  is, and will remain, a desirable community.

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Basic Information

  • Price: $199,000 
  • Property ID: 4852 
  • Town Taxes: 24 
  • School Taxes: 29 
  • Prop. Class: Auctions and Short Sales 
  • Town: Stockport 
  • Contact Agent: David Birch 
  • Agent Title: Broker