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Dutchess County

In Dutchess County, Greystone offers 11 residential homes for individuals with developmental disabilities. One is universally designed to accommodate people who use wheelchairs.

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Amenia Home

Amenia, NY 

This spacious Colonial offers large, bright rooms with a full finished basement. The nice sized back deck is a great place to relax while overlooking the ample back yard.

Dancing Bear Home

Stanfordville, NY 

This mountain “lodge”-style home has a non-working fireplace and cathedral ceiling in the living room, and a spacious wrap-around porch.

Fallkill Home

Hyde Park, NY

This center hall colonial home features a bright sun room and a spacious yard.

Greystone Home

Hyde Park, NY

This two-story cobblestone home features an in-ground pool and backyard gazebo.

Harmony Hill Home

Pawling, NY

This single-level home with a sunken living room that leads to a nice deck is located on a serene wooded lot.

New Hackensack Home

Wappingers Falls, NY

This two-story center hall colonial home features an in-ground swimming pool, and sunroom. A wooden picket fence surrounds this spacious lot. This home was once owned by Greystone founder and former executive director Marc W. Kelley.

Pleasant Ridge Home

Poughquag, NY

This ranch-style home features a patio with tables for outdoor dining, as well as a sunroom for indoor music therapy and socialization. A large dining room enables family-style meals and socialization.

Salt Point Home

Salt Point, NY

This single-story home is on a secluded wooded lot with a pond and a sunroom.

Staatsburg Home

Staatsburg NY

This two-story contemporary-style home features a downstairs recreation room with exercise equipment. Just off a rear deck on the main floor, there is a pond for fishing.

Universal Home

Wappingers Falls, NY

This lovely single-story home located in the heart of Wappingers Falls is universally designed for comfort, ease and accessibility. 

Van Kirk Home

Hyde Park, NY

Home opened in 1980 and was named after Greystone Founder Marc W. Kelley’s great-grandfather. This two-story colonial home with eyebrow windows features a cozy living room and a sunroom. It is set on a large piece of land, well set back from the road.

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