Location, space, style, and a backyard pool: Those are some of the perks of living in this uptown Kingston Victorian house…
Originally built in the 1890s, this colorful slice of Kingston history has a ton of fabulous features, starting with the inviting rocking chair front porch. Beyond that lies a formal entryway, stained glass windows, hardwood floors, wood-paneled staircase, and other well-preserved wood details.
First floor includes a large, open formal dining room. The adjoining kitchen is a home chef’s dream with a Viking range and quartz countertops, and above it all, pressed tin ceilings.
Feel free to spread out. There’s over 2,900 square feet, five bedrooms, and a full walk-up attic with vaulted ceilings. With that many spaces, you could turn one of the first floor bedrooms or the attic into a home office.
Since we’re celebrating Pool Week on Upstater, we’d be remiss not pointing out the 16′ x 20′ in-ground pool with new liner and filter. Bring the party into the pool house or the covered patio, ideal for summer cookouts.
Situated a short five-minute walk from uptown Kingston restaurants, bars, shops, historic sites, and live music venues. Need to commute on the I-87 Thruway? It’s only a mile to the nearest exit. See? We told you this property had everything.
Is this uptown Kingston Victorian your future home in the Hudson Valley? Find out more about 15 Lafayette Avenue, Kingston here.
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