“Good Bones” in a 242-Year-Old House in Historic Chester, Orange Co., $575,000

This post & beam farmhouse was built in 1775 and meant to last for generations to come, which means it has what we call in real estate parlance as “good bones.” See, back then, families passed along their homesteads to their children and subsequent offspring on down the line, and this one has been meticulously restored and enhanced with more contemporary amenities.

Located five minutes northeast of the Orange County village of Chester – a village that this property predates by over a century, by the way – 207 Hulsetown Road offers over two acres of land plus carriage house, in-ground pool, and garden shed plopped right in an historic centerof the Hudson Valley. The Battle of Minisink during the Revolutionary War took place minutes away in Goshen. The Fort Montgomery Historic Site is 30 minutes away, not to mention the United States Military Academy at West Point also nearby. Find out how to take a “Revolutionary tour” of Orange County here.

To continue our own historic tour of this home, the interior of the offers four bedrooms, two full baths, 2700 square feet, and a kitchen that looks fit to feed a multitude of guests. Situated less than 90 minutes from NYC.

207 Hulsetown Road, Chester (Green Team Home Selling System)

 

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