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Located in the upper east corner of New York state, the Adirondack Region consists of 6 million acres of land with hundreds of peaks, waterways, and over 2000 miles of trails suitable for hiking, biking, walking and climbing. This beautiful region is filled with communities small and large and is the perfect place to live and work, offering four distinct seasons and a climate that is suitable to most. The Adirondacks are one of the most beautiful regions of the United States - fortunately the local Adirondack real estate market matches its surroundings: Iconic and timeless.

Plattsburgh, NY Real Estate

Nestled between the Adirondacks and the shores of Lake Champlain, the city of Plattsburgh has a beautiful downtown area with restaurants and shops, a burgeoning arts scene, fishing areas, beaches, boat launches, recreational trails, an international airport, and so much more. The atmosphere in Plattsburgh is contagious, and the local residents are very friendly and active in their community.

Plattsburgh gained prominence as a major US hub for the fur trade with Montreal, located just over an hour to the north. While the fur trade is no longer prevalent, beautiful historic buildings remain from that time period. Brinkerhoff Street is particularly popular featuring unique architecture from the late 19th and early 20th century. Another popular area of Plattsburgh is Riverwalk Park and the Heritage Trail which follows through the city along the Saranac River passing by museums, art galleries, and local boutiques.

Surrounding the "lake city" are rural communities, each with their own distinct personality. While Plattsburgh is the business hub of the region, the surrounding communities are well known for their farms and pastoral landscapes, each with amazing views of the mountains, valleys and bodies of water nearby.

The people who live here describe the area as being close to everything: just 5 hours from New York City, an hour from Montreal to the north, Burlington, Vermont to the east and Lake Placid to the west, and just over 2 hours to the state capital of Albany, you are just short drive for a weekend getaway.

The city of Plattsburgh and surrounding areas offer a wide range of real estate for people of all ages and price ranges. Search through a variety of listings including contemporary homes, lakefront cottages, and historic buildings, each with their own story to tell. You can save your favorites and custom searches and get updates when similar properties are listed.

Lake Placid, NY Real Estate

Lake Placid is the unofficial capital of the Adirondacks. This historic town has hosted two Olympic Winter Games, most recently in 1980 when it was home of the legendary "Miracle on Ice" men's hockey semifinal game between the United States and Russia. Today it remains the epicenter of outdoor activity and culture in upstate New York, hosting dozens of sporting events year-round including the annual Empire State Winter Games, Ironman Lake Placid Triathlon, hockey tournaments, lacrosse tournaments, and ski jumping competitions.

The residents of Lake Placid are a wonderful mix of small business owners, athletes, and families. This eclectic population of about 3,000 annual residents is united by a common appreciation for the beautiful surroundings and a passion for the area's vibrant seasonal activities. There are amazing and award-winning local restaurants and breweries, as well as great shopping in downtown Lake Placid.

Lake Placid High School is located in the center of town, next to the Olympic Center and situated just above the historic speed skating oval. With an enrollment of about 200 students, this public school provides small class sizes and excellent opportunities for student-athletes.

In the winter months enjoy skiing at Whiteface Mountain, just a few miles from the village of Lake Placid. As the tallest ski mountain in the east at nearly 5000 ft, Whiteface's trails offer extremely challenging terrain as well as a highly acclaimed learn-to-ski program for beginners. But despite being a world-class destination for all things winter, many would say that the Lake Placid region and its surrounding communities are at their best during the summer months when the area comes alive with hikers, rock climbers, fishermen, triathletes, mountain bikers, and live music lovers. In the summer, the Olympic training facilities remain open, and visitors can ride the 1980 bobsled course and visit the site of the 1980 and 1932 ski jumping competitions.

From swimming in the local lakes and ponds to climbing one of the famed Adirondack High Peaks, Lake Placid and the surrounding area is truly a can't-miss summer destination. At the end of a day full of activity, take some time to unwind at one of the amazing local breweries and restaurants like the Cottage on Mirror Lake or Lisa G's.

Malone, NY Real Estate

In the heart of Malone there is a lush golf course with 36 holes that are a wonderful way to spend your day. Likewise, Titus Mountain, recently voted the #1 Family-Friendly Ski Area in North America, is just minutes from the village where skiing and tubing are enjoyed by residents and visitors alike. The mountain also has family fun days, so regardless of age the area has activities to keep you entertained. In the village of Malone there are several small shops to browse and shop in as well as small galleries for local artists to display their pieces. Truly an outdoor enthusiast's paradise, you can hike, bird watch, snowmobile, fish, ski, and boat all around this historic community.

Potsdam, NY Real Estate

Potsdam is a quaint town located in St. Lawrence County at the foothills of the Adirondacks founded by the Clarkson and Van Horn Families. Named after the City in Germany and granted the motto “All Roads Lead to Potsdam”, the town was established in 1806 as a trades village and well known for its Sandstone Quarries. Since then, the quaint village has grown into a diverse college town, with two well-known colleges, Clarkson University and SUNY Potsdam, making Potsdam a cultural and educational center. Rich with history and offering plenty of attractions along the St. Lawrence River, Potsdam is abundant in beautiful scenery and is proud of its heritage and community offering rural beauty to its valleys, streams and small hamlets.

Boasting great accommodations, a progressive medical center, local airport, wide variety of shopping facilities and restaurants, look no further than Potsdam is you're seeking a town that has a little bit of everything!

Tupper Lake, NY Real Estate

The Adirondack region of Tupper Lake offers extraordinary natural resources and a culture rich in history. It's an area where homes are still affordable, and you can enjoy our lakes, mountains, vibrant farms, and a cultural base rich with opportunity. The downtown area offers local eateries and unique Adirondack shopping. Experience breweries, miles of hiking trails and unbelievable scenery all year long - a great place place to live!