Pardon the somewhat crash cliche, but it’s practically impossible to swing a dead cat by the tail in Kinderhook and not hit a gorgeous, well-maintained, reasonably priced Dutch Colonial. It’s understandable, of course. Kinderhook was settled by the Dutch in the 1600s, so luckily for us, they are everywhere. And here’s another! Located on three acres in the village, it includes a horse stall that the listing suggests could be made into a studio space. The kitchen is huge, with fancy, professional appliances and lots of counter space (looks like it could use a few more shelves, though). Pretty screened-in porch with a wood stove and stone floors. Straight-up lovely.
33 Chatham Street, Kinderhook (The Kinderhook Group) GMAP
Asking Price: $249,000
Square Feet: 2180
Year Built: 1830
Land: 3 acres
Features: Screened-in porch w/French doors, chef’s kitchen, fire place and wood stove