Alan Brown Realty
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Welcome to Alan Brown Realty!
About Us Thank you for visiting our website! We are happy to show you our listing and any other listings in our region. We are very familiar with our area and its agricultural charm. Send your email inquiries to ABR@AlanBrownRealty.com.

We are a full service Real Estate Brokerage specializing in rural and village properties in Washington, Saratoga, Rensselaer and occasionally Warren counties in upstate New York. Most of our listings are nineteenth century homes, farms with barns and other outbuildings, often times on medium to large size tracts of land. We also list land parcels of various sizes.

We are long time residents of Washington County. We cherish its rolling hills, farmlands, forested hills, the Battenkill River, the scenic vistas, the many historic homes, and the beautiful farmsteads found throughout the county. We appreciate the area's rural character, its hard working people, and vow to sustain its independent rural nature.

We hope you enjoy our website and we hope you'll be visiting us in person soon. You should be aware that we work by appointment and please contact us in advance to schedule a showing. Also, our office hours are 9:30 to 5:00 on weekdays only, keeping in mind that we show property close to 360 days per year by appointment.

We have three offices which are ideally located to serve you!

28 Main Street
Greenwich, NY
518-692-2066 (phone)
518-692-2207 (fax)
190 Main Street
Salem, NY
518-854-7331 (phone)
518-854-7283 (fax)
16 S Main Street
Schaghticoke, NY
518-753-9800 (phone)
518-753-7557 (fax)
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190 Main Street
Salem, NY
518-854-7331 (p)
518-854-7283 (f)
28 Main Street
Greenwich, NY
518-692-2066 (p)
518-692-2207 (f)
16 S Main Street
(NYS Route 40)
Schaghticoke, NY
518-753-9800 (p)
518-753-7557 (f)
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Washington County was established as Charlotte County in 1772, and was renamed Washinton County in 1784.