Clermont NY

 History of Clermont NY a Columbia County town

Clermont NY

Clermont Real Estate


Clermont NY is located just over the Dutchess County line to the North.   It became the town of Clermont in 1788 and was organized from Livingston Manor, Clermont covers an area of about 19.2 square miles, and according to the 2010 census have a population of just under 2000.

The area is rich in history as it was the home of the Livingston Family one of the largest land owners in the region.  The estate at Clermont consisted of over 11,000 acres.

There are many historical events that makes Clermont a significant Upstate NY  town.   One that comes to mind is the Steam Boat which came about as a partnership between Robert Fulton and Robert Livingston, and Livingston’s Clermont estate was the first registered port for the Steamboat.

In Clermont you will find many history sites, New york first public school is located there and sits next door to the town Hall.

Clermont NY is also a tourist destination because the Clermont State Park is located there.  On the property you will find a lovely history house situated just above the Hudson River with the most spectacular vistas.  Many visitors after taking the house tour and walking the grounds will then sit down on the lawn facing the Hudson River and Catskill Mountains  to have lunch.  You couldn’t ask for a better place to relax and enjoy nature.

Clermont real estate

There is a variety of homes in Clermont NY, from small cottages,  log homes,  modernistic houses and farmhouses.  Homes from under $100,000 to several million dollars.

Most of the waterfront properties are located along the majestic Hudson River.

If you are in the market for a home in Clermont use the search tools provided to assist with your search.

 Clermont homes for sale

Clermont NY real estate

Schools serving Clermont

Depending on where you live in the town, you could be assigned to the Red Hook School District or the Germantown Central Schools.

 Area information

Town of Clermont

Clermont historical homes