It might look like it’s out in the country, but this 1920s Dutch Colonial home is situated in the heart of an historic Hudson Valley village.
The historic village in question is Warwick, NY located in southeast Orange County, just shy of the NJ border. Turns out, in addition to being populated by 6,770 residents, it’s also populated by some attractive homes for sale, which means we get to spend this week featuring some of our favorites! Most seem to float in the $300K-$400K territory, in addition to some solid starter home/vacation house options in the mid-to-lower $200Ks.
This 1,360-square-foot home was built in 1922, and, in spite being nearly 100 years young, it’s in pristine condition with hardwood floors throughout, an updated kitchen, and a village lot nearly a half-acre in size.
Just beyond the knock-out stone-pillar front porch is the home’s light-filled living room that includes a gas fireplace and original built-ins, followed by the formal dining room…
…while opens to the renewed kitchen equipped with stainless steel appliances, granite counter tops, and room for counter seating.
There are three bedrooms here – plus a full and one half-bath – each with lots of sunlight, and for the truly lazy occupants, utilize the laundry chute to the basement utility/laundry room. Now, if only they could figure out a way to get the laundry back up the stairs without you having to climb them.
If you enjoy spending time both at home and outside, you might find the side porch the perfect perch…
…or maybe in a seat overlooking the stream that flows through the property.
There are two more structures that come with the home: A cottage, and a detached garage. Both await your inspiration.
This home is located in the center of Warwick village, walking-distance to businesses, parks, and schools.
Has this 1920s Dutch Colonial won you over? Find out more about 23 Wheeler Avenue, Warwick, NY from Green Team Realty.