Clinton NY

Clinton NY area information

Clinton NY | Horse Farm


Clinton NY is located between Rhinebeck to the  North and Pleasant Valley to the south, it is another Dutchess County town  with lots of open space and horse farms.  Home to the well known Clinton Winery, which supplied some of the wine to the Chelsea Clinton Wedding in Rhinebeck not too long ago.

The present population is just slightly over 4000.  Clinton was named after one of NY State Govenors, George Clinton and the town was established in 1788.  You might not know this but Hyde Park and Pleasant Valley were originally part of the town of Clinton.  With that separation Clinton  is now  37.60 square miles.

Clinton is also home to America’s littliest library.

There are 6 hamlets in this town namely: Bulls Head, Clinton Corners, Clinton Hollow, Hibernia, Pleasant Plain and Schultzville

Clinton Real Estate

Looking for a farm or a country hide away? You might want to consider Clinton  NY which has wide open space. You can start your search immediately for real estate in Clinton by using the search tool below.

Clinton NY homes for sale

Clinton NY real estate

Market Trend

During 2016  40 single family homes sold in the town of single family detached homes.  These were homes listed on the Mid Hudson MLS.

Average sale price  =  $334,005.00

Median Sale Price =   $270,250.00

School serving the Town of Clinton

Pine Plains School District | 2829 Church Street  | 518-398-7181

Hyde Park School Districtl | 11 Boice Lane | 845-229-400

Millbrook Schools | Millbrook | 845-677-4200

Rhinebeck|  North Park Road| 845-871-5522


Lots of outdoor activities available, such as hiking and biking through very scenic country side.  You can also check with the town’s chamber of commerce for additional recreational opportunities.

Clinton Area Information

Town Government

Library  – Clinton Community Library

Restaurant –  Wild Hive Farm Bakery | For fine dining you would go to Milbrook, Rhinebeck, or the Culinary in Hyde Park

Supermarket  – Residents shop in Hyde Park and Rhinebeck