Orange County Real Estate Closing Lawyers
About Orange County, New York:
Orange County is located in the southeast section of New York State. Created in 1683, the county was reorganized in 1798 with its boundaries remaining the same since then. Orange County was one of the original 12 counties created when New York was a province under British rule. Each county was named to honor a member of the British royal family. Orange County was named after Prince of Orange, who later became King William III. Orange County covers an area of 839 square miles. The county has a population of approximately 385,000. The county seat is Goshen.
Popular attractions include the West Point Military Academy, Bear Mountain, Goshen Racetrack, and the Warwick Valley Winery and Distillery and the Brotherhood Winery, which is America’s oldest winery, producing its first commercial wine in 1839.
The median house sale price in Orange County in 2020 was $315,000.
Orange County Real Estate Lawyers are available to assist and represent buyers and sellers of residential and commercial properties throughout Orange County including Middletown, Blooming Grove, Cornwall, Crawford, Chester, Greenville, Highlands, Newburgh, Montgomery, Wallkill, Port Jervis, New Windsor, Deerpark, Newburgh, Wawayanda, Goshen, Monroe, Warwick, Hamptonburgh, Tuxedo, Minisink, Woodbury, Mount Hope, Palm Tree, Chester, Cornwall on Hudson, Florida, Warwick, Maybrook, Monroe, Goshen , Otisville, Greenwood Lake, Harriman, Montgomery, Highland Falls, Kiryas Joel, Walden, South Blooming Grove, Tuxedo Park, Woodbury, Unionville, and Washingtonville.