New home in Hudson Valley with brick front entrance, at Sleight Farm in Dutchess County

Frequently Asked Questions

Is there a Homeowners Association (HOA)?

There is no HOA. The roads will all be dedicated to the Town of LaGrange and will eventually be maintained by the Town. There are deed restrictions which are in place to ensure the overall aesthetics of the subdivision are upheld.


What are the projected property taxes?

The property taxes will be based on the sales price of the home. According to the Town of LaGrange Tax Assessor, the taxes will be approximately 3.4-3.5% of the sales price of the home.


What is the nearest train station?

The nearest train station is Metro-North Railroad’s “Poughkeepsie” station along the Hudson Line. From Poughkeepsie to Grand Central in Midtown Manhattan, the ride is 1.5 hours along the Hudson River.


How far is Sleight Farm from New York City?

Sleight Farm is 72 Miles from Central Park in New York City.


What school system services Sleight Farm?

Arlington Central School District


Is there municipal water and sewer at Sleight Farm?

Town water and sewer, as well as buried gas and electric, service each of our homes.


What type of warranty comes with a Sleight Farm home?

1 Year for most of the house (a few items are excluded, such as nail pops, landscaping, and driveway).
2 Years for Plumbing and Electrical
6 Years for Structure


How long does it take to build a new home at Sleight Farm?

The construction will likely take five (5) to seven (7) months. However, contracts, architectural drawings, acquiring the building permit, and scheduleing a closing add time at the beginning and the end. From the time a buyer knows what she/he wants until she/he is receiving keys, it typically takes eight (8) to eleven (11) months.


Who is the builder at Sleight Farm?

LMD Homes builds the homes. Luke Regier, Mike Meyers, and Dave Stenger, local builders who have built a total of 1,700 homes in Dutchess County. Read more about the developer.


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