When we picture one of Rhinebeck’s famous renovated Victorians, this home is close to what we envision. With charm by the boatload, the Queen Anne Victorian house was originally built in 1925 and includes four bedrooms and over 2000 square feet of space dripping with restored, period details like crown moldings, embellished coffered ceilings with medallions, hardwood floors, built-in shelves and cabinetry, and the original front door with leaded glass.
More modern perks include a kitchen with soapstone counters and stainless steel appliances, finished basement family room with fireplace, and 2.5 renovated baths. The third floor master suite includes double doors that open onto a private balcony.
Lot includes .38 acres of land along the Landsmen Kill Creek, which cuts through the village about 3 blocks from the heart of Rhinebeck village.
42 South Street, Rhinebeck (Northern Dutchess Realty)