Take a Tour of The Spruces, an Historic Newburgian Victorian for $599K

  |  April 22, 2019

Prepare to have your heart stolen by this classy 1860s Victorian in north Newburgh, NY.

Situated on the opposite side of the Hudson River from Beacon in Dutchess County, Newburgh offers a waterfront locale with historic buildings and homes, like The Spruces.

The 3,531-square-foot Italianate is a gracious older home with details original to its 1860 pedigree. An open first floor with soaring ceilings, however, gives it a breezy and contemporary feel throughout. Includes hardwood floors,  plaster crown moldings, stone mantels, and original windows and staircases.

It’s not without its modern comforts, like central air conditioning, back-up heating system, and updated baths. Here in the kitchen, there’s nothing old-fashioned about these stainless steel appliances and granite counter tops.

Its five bedrooms are roomy and light-drenched…

…and the three baths get style points, too.

Included on the 4.5-acre parcel is an antique barn with 100A electric, wood stove, and rock climbing wall upon which to practice before tackling some real-life rock climbing in the Shawangunk Ridge less than a half-hour away. The two-car garage has electric, too.

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Finally, a mix of landscaped and forested grounds provide privacy and plenty of space to wander while remaining convenient to both I-87 and I-84. How could we not fall in love with this house?

Have you been curious about the city of Newburgh in Orange County? Then this is the week you’ll want to stick close to Upstater.com, because we’ll be selecting our favorite listings from all around the area, from the residential suburbs to the north near Balmville, to the East End Historic District and the waterfront, to Washington Heights to the south. Stay tuned!

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Does your heart belong to this Newburgian 1860s Victorian? Find out more about 328 North Street, Newburgh here

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