Start practicing saying “Wow!” now, because once you see the inside of this Dutchess County renovated Colonial, you won’t be able to help yourself…
Agrarian though its surroundings my be, this lovingly-renovated c.1909 Colonial Revival farmhouse is under 10 minutes from the nearest Metro North station. That means that if you aim to commute from upstate to down, this is a workable spot.
But, proximity to public transportation isn’t exactly why we’re here. We’re here because this four-bedroom house is over 2,300 square feet of beauty, starting with the original details and moldings that stayed with it through renovation.
First floor consists of a living room with stone fireplace, separated from the dining room and foyer with pocket doors. And the kitchen? You’re in for a treat if you keep scrolling…
As you can see, there are more pocket doors separating the dining room from the huge, eat-in kitchen. Perfect for feeding a big group of friends and family when they visit! Speaking of which, there’s also a guest apartment in the detached carriage house complete with gas fireplace and kitchen.
This week on Upstater, we’ve been on the search for the nicest, comfiest master suites on the market. We weren’t disappointed with what this one has to offer: A large bedroom, full private bath, walk-in closet, and an office.
And, as luck would have it, the other bedrooms looks great, too.
This property is situated on 3.4 acres about 20 minutes east of the Taconic State Parkway. Connecticut is right next door, and NYC is two hours away by car.
Find out more about this Dutchess County renovated Colonial from Paula Redmond Real Estate Inc.