The Hudson Valley continues to draw real estate interest from far and wide, with buyers flocking to the area for its scenic, natural beauty, wealth of recreational options, and close proximity to New York City.
So successful is the area's real estate that Brown Harris Stevens, which already has an office in the city of Hudson, is expanding to a second office in Rhinebeck.
“Brown Harris Stevens continually seeks to expand our reach to underserved markets with strong communities” said BHS CEO Bess Freedman. “We are thrilled to begin serving this vibrant village that is brimming with arts, culture and cuisine against the backdrop of historic homes and stunning architecture.”
Regarded by many as one of the best Hudson Valley neighborhoods to live in, Rhinebeck is known for its elegant homes, charming downtown, mom-and-pop businesses, and historic buildings.
The town's new BHS office will be run by Lisa Fountain, a former top-producing agent at our West Side, Manhattan office.
“We are designing this new space to welcome agents, our clients, and the community at large who can feel free to stop in for a chat, a coffee, or to strategize a property purchase, sale or rental,” said Executive Director of Sales Lisa Fountain. “As a member of the 12-person executive committee for the Village of Rhinebeck committed to crafting a comprehensive plan for our community, I am excited to assist in further enriching our town through BHS’s engaged involvement.”
The office will be located at 18 Garden Street in the heart of Rhinebeck Village. The grand opening is scheduled for June 16th.