Restored Brick Beauty in Beacon, NY, $450K

  |  May 13, 2020
1870s brick house

This 1870s brick house on Main Street comes with some very 2020s upgrades…and it looks good, to boot.

If you’re looking for a potential downstairs suite/apartment, here’s a home that might stop you in your tracks. Stylish yet practical, the 1,400-square-foot residence on Beacon, NY’s main drag brings a host of new features to the table, like a new roof equipped with solar panels, wood floors, spray-foam insulation, gas and electric connections, and windows, just to name a few…

1870s brick house

…but its antique attributes remain, like the exposed brick walls, cleaned-up and improved upon to last another century or so.

1870s brick house

Meanwhile, the eat-in kitchen’s been updated, too, with custom cabinetry, granite counter tops, and stainless steel appliances, while the bay window brings in the sunbeams…

1870s brick house

There are two bedrooms and two-and-a-half baths (also completely updated), plus a nursery/office…

…and, on the lower level, the basement is finished with its own full bath and a separate entrance. Add a kitchenette, and you’ve got yourself a studio apartment, ideal for a mother-in-law suite or place for an adult child to live at home.

1870s brick house

The big, partially-fenced backyard comes with a concrete foundation ready for you to build a storage shed on top of it. Garden to your heart’s content around the perimeter of the fence and turn it into a private backyard paradise.

Situated less than a half-mile from the Beacon Metro-North train station, the property is also walking/biking-distance to lots of Beacon businesses, and, driving-wise, it’s convenient to I-84 and the Newburgh-Beacon Bridge to points west of the Hudson River.

Falling in love with this 1870s brick house and its new features? Find out more about or schedule a virtual tour of 21 Cliff Street, Beacon, NY here

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