If you want to get your hands on one of those beautiful vintage Victorians in the village of Rhinebeck, expect to shell out some dough. In fact, several of those vintage homes on the market list for over a million bucks, so the four-bedroom, 2500-square foot Queen Anne depicted above listed under $800,000 is almost a bargain, comparatively.
The home is one of a matching series of four Victorian homes located on E. Market Street. And, just like sisters, the family resemblance is strong while each is its own individual. Here’s the Google Streetview of the four houses:
Pretty, aren’t they? The yellow third from the left is the one on the market, and it includes a well-maintained interior with wood floors, eat-in kitchen with brick fireplace and large pantry, four bedrooms on the second floor, and a full bath on each level.
That brings us to an aspect of this home that should be noted: It’s legally a two-family home with a kitchen in one of the bedrooms on the second floor. Imagine how spacious it would be if you transformed it back into a single family. Or, rent out the upstairs to help by the taxes, which will be around $7500/year. Walk to village restaurants, shops, the Farmers Market, and indie movie theater. Rhinecliff Amtrak is five minutes away.
84 E. Market Street, Rhinebeck (Northern Dutchess Realty)