The Lifestyle of Dreams
Main Street is the perfect juxtaposition of rural pleasures and cosmopolitan aesthetics, with shops, galleries, and restaurants aplenty. Shop the local farmers market, sample locally produced hard ciders in a beautiful converted barn, and enjoy an outdoor “Cans and Clams” gathering every Friday night in the summer behind the Andes Hotel. The outdoor pool next to the K-12 public school is free to the public, and the rail trail on Palmer Hill and the Pepacton Reservoir, now open for kayaking and canoeing, offers some of the best views in the area.
A Close-Knit Community
Andes might be small, but it’s big on charm—and the town’s 1,300 residents are always eager to welcome new neighbors and visitors alike. There’s just something different about life in Andes; maybe it’s the area’s sense of community or connection to the outdoors. It’s a place where people from all walks of life can mingle and enjoy the simple pleasures of the Catskills...so feel free to come and explore a little.
Wayside CiderLet's go!
Two Old TartsLet's go!
Andes HotelLet's go!
Andes General StoreLet's go!
Wild Common Wines & SpiritsLet's go!
Andes Rail TrailLet's go!
Paisley's Country GalleryLet's go!
Streamside YogaLet's go!
The Tin Horn Antiques & SundriesLet's go!
Dirty Girl Goat Cheese & CreameryLet's go!
Stephanie Charlene, Ceramic ArtistLet's go!
Clementine Vintage ClothingLet's go!
Catskills Regional HarvestLet's go!
Your Andes Real Estate Guide
Ready to find your dream home in Andes? We've got your back. Whether you're looking for a vacation home or your next dream home, you'll find plenty of fantastic real estate options in this gorgeous mountainside community.
Andes: Love Where You Live
Whether you’re dreaming of jaw-dropping mountain views, a quaint historic district, or just some peace and quiet, you’ll find your own personal paradise here in Andes. Natural wonders and friendly neighbors await in this close-knit hamlet—and we’d love to take some time to show you around.