Old Chatham Barnlike Structure has a great room which includes a gourmet kitchen, dining and living room floor to ceiling brick fireplace. 1st floor master suite, wide board floors, entertainment deck, on dead end road with Catskill Mountain Views on 8 plus acres.
Old Chatham Barnlike Structure
Old Chatham is a hamlet in the northeast quadrant of the town of Chatham, located in Columbia County, New York. It is one of the earliest settlements in the town and was originally named Chatham.
The center of Old Chatham is marked by a few businesses around the intersection of the Albany Turnpike and County Rt. 13. These businesses include the United States Post Office for area code 12136, the Old Chatham Country Store (which includes a cafe/restaurant), and Jackson’s Old Chatham House (another restaurant). The Old Chatham Sheepherding Company is also located in Old Chatham. The Wilbor House, also known as The Thompson Farm, was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1997
Chatham is a Town in Columbia County, New York. The population was 4,128 at the 2010 census according to Wikipedia.
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.
Chatham has a rich and diverse history, with early settlers primarily from Holland and Germany who introduced much industry and agricultural growth to the area. 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.
Old Chatham Barnlike Structure
Chatham is bordered by the towns of New Lebanon, Canaan, Austerlitz, Ghent, and Kinderhook in Columbia County, and the town of Nassau to the north in Rensselaer 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). 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.
Within the entire township of Chatham, there are a number of smaller regions called hamlets that usually are only distinguished by having separate postal offices and occasionally may be zoned differently.
- East Chatham: On the eastern portion of the Town and connecting with the adjacent Town of Canaan.
- Old Chatham: One of the earliest settlements in the Town, in the northeast part of the Town and above East Chatham.
- Malden Bridge: A small area further north of Old Chatham and remembered for its bridge that crosses over Kinderhook Creek.
- North Chatham: West of Malden Bridge and taking up the northwest corner of the Town, adjacent to the Towns of Kinderhook and Nassau (Rensselaer County)
- Chatham Center: In the central part of the Town below Malden Bridge/North Chatham and connecting to the Village of Valatie to the west in the adjoining Town of Kinderhook.
- The Village of Chatham: Below Chatham Center and East Chatham, partly contained within the southernmost part of Town but mostly contained within the adjacent Town of Ghent.
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- Address: 23 Raccoon Forks Rd, Old Chatham, NY 12136, USA
- Price: $619,000
- Property ID: 4014
- Town Taxes: 5223
- School Taxes: 8175
- Prop. Class: Residential
- Town: Old Chatham
- County: Columbia
- Contact Agent: David Birch