Washington County Real Estate Closing Lawyer
About Washington County, New York:
Washington is located in the northeast section of New York State. Originally part of Albany County, Washington County was founded in 1772 when it was split from Albany County. At the time it was called Charlotte County, however in 1784 it was renamed Washington County after Revolutionary general and first president of the United States, George Washington. Over the years, as was the case with most of the New York State counties, the borders underwent a number of revisions, ending in 1813 when Warren County was split off from Washington County. Today Washington County encompasses 846 square miles. It is bordered by
Rensselaer County to the south, Saratoga and Warren Counties to the west, a small section of Essex County to the north and the State of Vermont to the east.
Washington County is home to several museums including the Rexleigh Covered Bridge Museum, Rexleigh Covered Bridge Museum, Hyde Collection Art Museum, Historic House & Gardens, Pember Library and Museum, Georgi Museum featuring European Art, and the Hicks Orchard.
The median list price for a home in Washington County over the last 12 months, ending March 2021 was $177,000.
Washington County Real Estate Lawyers are prepared to assist and represent buyers and sellers of residential and commercial properties throughout all of Washington County including Argyle, Fort Edward, Cambridge, Greenwich, Hampton, Dresden, Hartford, Villages, Salem, Granville, Hebron, White Creek, Putnam, Kingsbury, Argyle, Easton, Fort Ann, Whitehall, Jackson, Cambridge, Hudson Falls, North Granville, Hamlets, Whitehall, Greenwich, Salem, Shushan, Fort Edward, East Lake George, Huletts Landing, Granville, Kattskill Bay, Fort Ann, East Greenwich, and Goose Island.