Looking for a live/work situation in the Hudson Valley? We suggest heading up north to this Troy brick building…
Why rent an apartment when you can own the building? That’s what we’re suggesting here, particularly if your work and home lives are melded into one Ultra-Life. Work from the first floor of this 2,300-square foot, single-occupant building, where there’s a large studio (30×19). Live upstairs from it in the massive two-bedroom, sun-soaked apartment. Watch as work/life balance ensues.
Includes hardwood floors throughout, tin ceilings, living room fireplace, huge dining room, updated electric, newer roof, and new windows. Also comes with a laundry room.
The studio space includes an office within, as well as commercial windows and upgraded light fixtures.
Oh, but there’s more: For a city location, the lot is big with enough room for three cars, plus two more in the detached garage. A generously-sized courtyard with fruit bushes and trees separates the building from the garage.
Located just a few blocks east of Troy’s waterfront area, home to shops, restaurants, and the Troy Farmers Market. Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute and Russell Sage College are also nearby.
Want to investigate this Troy brick building a little closer? Find out more about 373 4th Street, Troy from Barbara Higbee Realty.
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