Main Street Appeal in New Baltimore, NY, $329K

1820s colonial

The quiet hamlet of New Baltimore offers a front row seat to the Hudson River and this pristine 1820s Colonial home.

Call it “Love at First Street-View,” but we couldn’t help but find ourselves beguiled by this home’s curb appeal, as seen from Google Maps…

1820s colonial

It’s hard to resist the rocking-chair front porch, where you can sit and watch this Upper Hudson Valley village pass you by, but it’s harder to resist the surprisingly-roomy 2,500-square-foot interior with plank flooring throughout…

1820s colonial

…as well as floor-to-ceiling windows, a brick fireplace, dining room with wood stove, and a country kitchen with stainless steel appliances. According to the listing, the stone portion of this house dates back to 1810 with construction completed in 1826, all of which has been lovingly-restored and maintained over the years.

1820s colonial

 

1820s colonial

In addition to the four main bedrooms, there’s a fifth room at the top of the house…

…and, if you need a little drama with your dream home, check out the soaring stone cliffs in the backyard, sure to keep your outdoor space cool and comfortable in the hot summertime.

1820s colonial

Meanwhile, on the sunny side of the yard, plant flowers and veggies along the screened-in porch.

New Baltimore is located on the west side of the Hudson River in northern Greene County, NY.

Does this 1820s Colonial house appeal to you? Find out more about 387 Main Street, New Baltimore, NY from Gary DiMauro Real Estate Inc

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