Every Autumn, Nature Puts on a Brilliant Show in the Catskills

BETHEL, NY, OCTOBER 5, 2007 – Every autumn, nature puts on a brilliant show in the Catskills. During October and November, the once green leaves of spring and summer alter their appearance and display brilliant yellow, glowing orange, fiery red and rich brown. As nature transforms the hillsides into a tapestry of color and farm markets offer pumpkins, gourds and other fall favorites, we invite you to take in this spectacular time of year at the Chapin Estate.

Located just two hours north of New York City, and less from Northern New Jersey, the Chapin Estate is a thoughtfully planed gated community. Originally an 18,000 acre private wildlife preserve, today’s Chapin Estate encompasses more than 2,500 acres of unspoiled wilderness, including two boating and fishing reservoirs, a private trout fishing stream and miles of hiking trails which are also suitable for mountain biking and horseback riding. The Toronto and Swinging Bridge Reservoirs combine for approximately 2,000 acres of pristine water among a heavily wooded landscape. Fishing, sailing, kayaking, windsurfing and swimming are just a sampling of some of the favorite pastimes. The Chapin Estate adjoins more than 13,000 acres of forever wild forestlands owned by the State of New York.

The newest phase of The Chapin Estate, Top Ridge III is now open, with roads and infrastructure in place. This section includes a limited number of properties featuring lakefront, lake view and private trout fishing stream-front lots. Many of these lots have unobstructed water views across Toronto Reservoir and are perfect to enjoy the brilliant sunsets and spectacular beauty of the Catskills in autumn. “At-the-lake” wooded lots start at $155,000 and “on the lake” properties are priced from $595,000 – $1,300,000.

“The Chapin Estate is more than just a place to have a summer home,” says Scott Samuelson, Director of Sales “It is a year round community where the winter is just as beautiful as the summer, and fall as enjoyable as spring. If you enjoy and appreciate the outdoors, love wildlife, hiking and fresh mountain air, then the Chapin Estate is for you.”

Leaf peeping season in beautiful Sullivan County is underway – peak color will last through early November, so make an appointment now to see the Chapin Estate in its autumnal splendor – You may never want to leave.


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