Fab Colonial Home and So Much More, $650K

  |  June 5, 2021
1920s colonial

Sure, the main 1920s Colonial house will certainly ‘wow’ you, but the nearly-acre-sized property comes with some attractive extra features. 

Situated on a parcel of land just shy of an acre, this 2,352-square-foot home invites you to take advantage of the copious elbow room available in the first floor living room, dining room, and kitchen…

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…all of which are thoughtfully updated without sacrificing any c.1920s charms. Shaker-style cabinetry is period-appropriate…

…and the second features some snazzy original built-ins. There are four bedrooms and two full baths total, plus a walk-up attic that, while unfinished, offers the option of finishing into a fifth room.

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There’s also a screened-in porch sleeping room! Another cool feature of this house is that there are two staircases, a main staircase off the first-floor center hall, and one in the kitchen that leads up to the second-floor bedrooms.

Outside the living room is a large, covered patio area…

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…and, the property also includes a two-story carriage house, the attic of which has been transformed into a two-bedroom loft apartment (the listing says “municipal approvals pending,” which tells us that you might not be able to rent the apartment just yet). Between the carriage house and the main house is a place to plant gardens in raised beds.

Located in Ulster County, the property is convenient to the Walkway Over the Hudson, the Mid-Hudson Bridge, New Paltz village, the Poughkeepsie train station, and Hudson Valley wine country, not to mention the Catskill Mountains and the Hudson River. If you love to explore the area, this is the perfect base camp to do it from.

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Love this 1920s Colonial and its extra apartment? Find out more about 240 Vineyard Avenue, Lloyd, NY from Century 21 Alliance Realty Group

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