This Rhinebeck brick farmhouse, built in the 1850s, is worth heading up to northern Dutchess County for…
…especially if you have a practical streak. See, before Minimalism was a thing, there were houses like this one: Durable, straight-forward, and comfortable. This home’s original woodwork, built-ins, windows, and door frames are still intact, and the 1,400-square foot, two-story interior is bathed in natural light. What you see is what you get with this house, and we like what we see here…
Includes three bedrooms and two baths total, this much we know for sure. While the agency listing language is light on the details, we gleaned from the MLS that the house comes with central A/C, washer and dryer, and kitchen appliances (there are no pictures of the kitchen). We also know that the property is just a tad over an acre in size and includes a barn with carport.
Another aspect of this property we can speak to is its location. Situated on River Road just outside of Rhinebeck village, this is a perfect spot if you’re looking for a quiet, rural setting. That doesn’t mean it’s remote. In fact, it’s about five minutes from the Rhinecliff Amtrak station, five minutes from Rhinebeck village, and less than two miles from the Kingston-Rhinecliff Bridge.
Have you taken an interest in this Rhinebeck brick farmhouse? Find out more about 560 River Road, Rhinebeck from Houlihan Lawrence.
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