Chatham Multifamily 4 Units 30K RR 12037

Chatham Multifamily 4 Units 30K RR.  This attractive 4 unit Multifamily has a income at present of 30K with opportunity for higher end rentals.  Located in a prime Chatham Village location it is in walking distance to everything in village. 

Chatham Multifamily 4 Units 30K RR.  This attractive 4 unit Multifamily has a income at present of 30K with opportunity for higher end rentals.  Located in a prime Chatham Village location it is in walking distance to everything in village.

Chatham Multifamily 4 Units 30K RR 12037

Chatham Multifamily 4 Units 30K RR 12037

Chatham Multifamily 4 Units 30K RR

Chatham NY Real Estate includes the villages of Chatham, East Chatham, Malden Bridge, New Concord, North Chatham and Old Chatham. We focus on luxury homes, new and affordable homes, farms, waterfront property, condominiums and attached homes, commercial property, two family and multi-family properties, vacant land, auctions and short sales, great deals and rentals. Home of the restored Crandell Theatre, Columbia County Fair, and Columbia County Film Festival, Chatham NY has become a main attraction of Columbia County. Chatham is bordered by the towns of New Lebanon, Canaan, Austerlitz, Ghent, and Kinderhook in Columbia County. Chatham is also popular for including the northernmost point of the Taconic State Parkway where it merges with a portion of Interstate 90 (commonly known as the Berkshire Spur).

Chatham NY Real Estate For Sale is in Columbia County, New York. The population was 4,128 at the 2010 census.  The town has a village also called Chatham on its south town line. The town is at the north border of Columbia County.   The racial makeup of the town was 96.00% White, 1.74% Black or African American, 0.21% Native American, 0.71% Asian, 0.16% Pacific Islander, 0.16% from other races, and 1.01% from two or more races. Hispanic or Latino of any race were 0.75% of the population.   The median income for a household in the town was $49,234, and the median income for a family was $60,097. Males had a median income of $40,067 versus $26,452 for females. The per capita income for the town was $28,599.

The Chatham township is not to be confused with the Village of Chatham, which is a separately governed and maintained municipality that is geographically within both the Town of Chatham and also the Town of Ghent.

The territory comprising the town of Chatham is made up in the western part of a portion of the Kinderhook patent and other smaller grants, and the eastern section belonged to the domains of the Van Rensselaer patent. The Patroon had never caused the boundary lines of his estate to be surveyed until some years after settlement had begun by squatters. As a result, contention arose, not only between the settlers and the Patroon, but also between the legal tenants under both grants, and the squatters, who claimed the lands under sovereign rights, or by right of possession.

The town was erected on March 17, 1795, taking about equal portions from Canaan and Kinderhook.  In 1813 portions were set off in forming the towns of Ghent and Austerlitz, still leaving it the largest town in the county, its superficial area being 31,703 acres.  It is bounded on the north by Rensselaer county, on the east by New Lebanon and Canaan, on the south by Austerlitz and Ghent, and on the west by Kinderhook.

Chatham Multifamily 4 Units 30K RR

The first settlers of the territory now included in this town were almost exclusively Hollanders.   Many who had first taken up their abode in Kinderhook, removed farther east and north, particularly the generation succeeding the first corners sought locations in the fertile valleys and on the hill slopes in Chatham, to establish homes for themselves and their children.   They were a sturdy, vigorous people, and from the days of their settlement until now have been noted for their energy, high moral standard and prominence in the civil affairs of the county.

The Rutland Railroad had a major hub in Chatham for many years that brought travelers to and from the New York City area, the Boston area and New England, the Albany and greater Capital Region, and even further into central New York.   Contradictory of its current condition or image, Chatham, in fact, was an industrial center of multiple inter-state rail lines in the early 1900s.   The village was a hub of the New York Central, Boston and Albany, and Rutland railroads, with three wyes and one roundhouse.

Chatham Village has only one traffic light; right turn on red is allowed at that intersection during off peak hours. It has 49 stop signs, 11 yield signs, and one traffic circle.   Previous to the NYDOT renovations, cars driving in the traffic circle on Main Street yielded to cars entering the circle, which is an unusual traffic pattern. This pattern was changed to be in compliance with NY state traffic laws in 2008.

Chatham NY Attractions

Chatham NY is home to the Crandell Theatre which was built in 1926 by Chatham NY native Walter S. Crandell. Chatham is host to the Columbia County Fair: Late August-Early September. Other events at the fair grounds include an Auto Show, a 4th of July Celebration, a Civil War Reenactment in the Summer and the Fire Fighters parade.

Chatham is also popular for including the northernmost point of the Taconic State Parkway where it merges with a portion of Interstate 90 (commonly known as the Berkshire Spur). Popular state routes include SR 66, SR 203, and SR 295, and county roads include CR 9, CR 13, CR 17, CR 28, and CR 32. Many roads in Chatham are rural and even unpaved.

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Basic Information

  • Address: 21 Houseman Ave, Chatham, NY 12037, USA 
  • Price: $395,000 
  • Property ID: 5064 
  • Town Taxes: 1423 
  • School Taxes: 3994 
  • Prop. Class: Residential 
  • Town: Chatham 
  • County: Columbia 
  • Contact Agent: David Birch 
  • Agent Title: Broker