We get a little giddy about the roll-up-your-sleeves restoration projects scattered throughout the Hudson Valley, because we’ve seen the results of hours spent immersed in paint fumes, so we know that the end product can be truly extraordinary. So without further ado, we give you this roomy 1870s brick colonial in Newburgh. Judging by the little pops of eye-catching color that brighten up a few of the rooms, this house is already on a trajectory towards the unique colonial-meets-contemporary look that we love. We’re wild about the combination of textures where the brick walls meet the smooth hardwood floors, and we could see the ornate light fixtures adding the always-appropriate element of glamour to mix. For just five figures, this is certainly a rare opportunity for the creative project of a lifetime.
Square Feet: 1670
Lot Size: 6124 sqft