Need to be able to walk to civilization from your home? Then allow us to direct your attention to this economical three-bedroom Colonial located in the city of Kingston’s uptown neighborhood.
From the front door, it takes mere minutes to get to the Forsyth Nature Center and park on Lucas Avenue, sushi at Kyoto, Andretta Pool at Dietz Stadium, and the Trailways bus station with access to NYC. Walk a few more blocks east, and you’ll find yourself situated squarely in the center of uptown and all of its shops, restaurants/cafes, music venues, galleries, and pubs. If you use the I-87 Thruway on a regular basis, you’ll be happy to hear the nearest on-ramp is five minutes away from this property. In short, 89 Lucas Avenue is close to…pretty much everything.
But just for fun, let’s take a look at the inside, which includes 1570 square feet and, in addition to three bedrooms, two full baths. Floors are oak hardwood, the ceilings are high, the kitchen is spacious and comes with a breakfast bar, and original wood detailing is ever-present. The large fenced yard includes a barn with electricity, which makes it a candidate for guest cottage or studio space, and a Jacuzzi hot tub. Property taxes are around $5200/year.
We suspect a lot of would-be buyers will be eye-balling this property pretty hard, so don’t hesitate if this looks like The One. Everybody wants to move to Kingston. Can’t say that we blame them.
89 Lucas Avenue, Kingston (Weichert)
Hudson River Exchange