Head to Ulster County for singular views of the majestic Hudson from a c.1892 Victorian house…
Did you know that this week on Upstater, we’ve been taking a tour of the Victorian houses currently on-the-market in the Hudson Valley? We’ve seen a lot of beauties so far, like a Second Empire in Nyack, two Queen Annes, one in Catskill and the other in Margaretville, not to mention a six-bedroom Victorian mansion in Kingston. However, none have views quite like the ones that come with this five-bedroom Victorian.
Hm, what’s that? You say you’d like to see those views from the pool? Well, by all means…
We could stop there and it would be enough to entice anyone to investigate further. But if you remain unconvinced, step inside the 3,356-square-foot interior with inlaid wood floors, stained glass windows, custom wood details, two staircases, and five bedrooms.
Lots of bay windows here, too, this one in full view of the river right outside…
…and other set of bay windows in the formal dining room…
…and in the kitchen, which is also attached to a sunroom. It’s safe to say that there are plenty of ways to bask in the sun from the inside of this house.
The second floor master bedroom includes an en suite, spa-tastic bath…
…and, you’ll get an eye-full of those river views from the upstairs office.
Need more living space? There’s also an apartment with full bathroom and bedroom, plus exterior access, on the third floor. Even more on the second floor of the garage, in addition to a large red barn.
Sits on nearly 5 acres of rolling land in southern Ulster, about 90 minutes north of NYC. Nearby towns include New Paltz, Marlboro, Newburgh, Cornwall-on-Hudson, and West Point.
Find out more about 29 Watson Avenue, Milton here.