Like in other popular Hudson Valley towns, New Paltz’s housing inventory sells fast. Especially in the village of New Paltz, or near SUNY, if a house is in decent shape, it will go in the blink of an eye.
Our advice for anyone interested in today’s featured house in the village: Don’t blink. This brick ranch was built in 1957 and needs cosmetic updates, but the new owner could easily take their time on renovations.
The kitchen has cherry cabinets, granite-look countertops and a double sink that’s stainless steel like the appliances. A breakfast set can fit nicely by that window.
The other end of the kitchen has a door to a sunroom, and a doorway to the living/dining area.
The shared space is flexible, depending on the scale of the furniture that would be used in the room.
Rich, dark wood planks surround the bluestone fireplace. A built-in hutch on the wall opposite a picture window adds vintage charm.
The house has 1.5 baths. This one has a dark wood, single-sink vanity flanked by pier cabinets.
All three bedrooms have floating bamboo flooring and Mitsubishi ductless heating/cooling units.
The sunroom has walls of windows inset into blue walls.
The nearly half-acre lot has a peek at Shawangunk Mountain views. The house is across State Route 32 from Historic Huguenot Street, where you can catch re-enactors stirring up ancestral history. Grab a bite and a brew at Garvan’s Gastropub at the New Paltz Golf Course on the other end of Huguenot Street, just a three-minute drive from the house.
If this ranch has you drawing up plans, find out more about 11 Van Alst Street, New Paltz, from Kenneth Quagliata, Realtor.