This 1820s renovated New Baltimore home is the stuff of Hudson River dreams. Situated along the shores of the river in quiet Greene County hamlet, this 1820s house received a recent renovation that preserves its early 19th-century character while offering lots of new features.
The views of the river come part and parcel with the quarter-acre property, along with 2850 square feet of space, three bedrooms plus master suite with zinc tub, plank floors, marble kitchen countertops, exposed brick, pocket doors, high ceilings, and propane heat/central air conditioning. You’ll want for nothing within this house, including space to spread out.
The greater town of New Baltimore consists of a handful of hamlets and communities, like the hamlet of New Baltimore, where this home is located. When we say it’s sleepy, it is, indeed. Sleepy enough to hear a pin drop, but the marina across the street looks like it provides the area’s social center. Bring your boat.
Situated in northwestern Greene County about 2.5 hours from NYC.
396 Main Street, New Baltimore (Gary DiMauro)