Nyack English Tutor from the 1930s on a Hilltop Perch Overlooking the Hudson River, $539,000

Need to see some water everyday? We don’t blame you. From the bay window of this village of Nyack home you’ll see the water, alright, since the shores of the Hudson are situated three blocks away. Also within walking distance of this property: Pretty much all of Nyack village, including restaurants, shops, banks, churches, public library, schools…you get the idea.

Meanwhile back at home, the interior includes four bedrooms, 1500 square feet, brick fireplace, wood floors, French doors, and lots of light thanks to big leaded-glass windows and a crisp-white scheme. The Tudor maintains its antique quality (built in 1930) while exuding an unfussy, more contemporary feel that focuses on the home’s natural surroundings. Speaking of which, the quarter acre lot comes with perennial gardens, arbors, and old stone walls to crank up the charm factor even more. Property taxes are north of $15,000. Located less than an hour from NYC.

180 N. Franklin Street, Nyack (Wright Bros. Real Estate)

 

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