Lovers of 1890s Victorian architecture will fancy this Rhinecliff Italianate…
And, if you’re planning to buy a house in the hamlet of Rhinecliff, located about 10 minutes outside of Rhinebeck village, this is your only choice right now. Rhinecliff is small, so inventory is always low. Same goes for rentals. Airbnbs, however, are plentiful. Make of that what you will.
Regardless, Rhinecliff is an idyllic little locale, with added charm in the form of hilly streets lined with well-kempt, vintage homes, lots of river views, and the presence of the Rhinecliff Hotel. It’s also a stop on the Amtrak east-of-Hudson rail line.
As for this house, it includes a mansard main roof and a mansard tower roof, and those aspects alone make it note-worthy. The interior is 2,189 square feet with four bedrooms and a single bath, living room wood stove, wood floors, formal dining room, and high ceilings. It does needs a fresh and updated look, though.
The lot is a .37-acre level plot and comes with a single-car garage/carriage house with a second floor. From this location in Rhinecliff, you can walk to everything from the train station to the restaurants to the local library.
Do you like the look of this Rhinecliff Italianate? Find out more about 3 Kelly Street, Rhinecliff from J. Ettenson Realty.
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