Tucked away in Saratoga County are homes for sale in Edinburg, New York. Considered part of Adirondack Park, people have been living in the charming area since the 1700s.

 

There are many things that pull them into the county, including its proximity to major cities and an abundance of recreational opportunities. Highlights include, but don’t end with fishing in Great Sacandaga Lake, strolling through Saratoga Springs, playing golf and hiking in Saratoga Spa State Park.

Edinburg, New York’s population tends to be fairly evenly split among males and females with most residents being close to retirement age. Many are high school educated, married, empty-nesters with household incomes in the $20,000 to $75,000 range. They tend to enjoy the region’s leisure activities, scenic beauty, reasonable property tax assessments and property tax exemptions. The average Edinburg home sells for less than $200,000, which is attractive to area retirees too.

Of course empty-nesters and retirees are not the only ones that find homes for sale in Edinburg attractive. There are large properties for growing families and perfect vacation homes on the lake for upwardly mobile professionals too. Understandably, the large homes and properties often sell for more than $200,000 each. Examples include lovely, custom homes on South Shore Road and North Shore Road. In addition to custom homes, buyers will find 19th century farmhouses, cedar log chalets, contemporary residences, camp style buildings and much more in terms of architectural styles.

When Edinburg, New York, residents are not relaxing in their beautiful homes or spending time on Great Sacandaga Lake, they’re taking advantage of other area diversions. Some like to take community transportation to the senior center where they can gather with friends. Others prefer strolling through the town park, visiting area museums, shopping and flying private puddle jumpers into and out of Plateau Sky Ranch Airport. To learn more about homes for sale in Edinburg, New York, please contact us at Thomas J. Real Estate today.