A c.1880 Renovated Eyebrow Colonial in Greene County: $330K

  |  March 7, 2024

Today’s solar-paneled home visit by Upstater overlooks the Coxsackie Creek in Greene County’s New Baltimore.

This c.1880 renovated eyebrow Colonial retains its original look on the outside, with white siding and black shutters. A cute picket-fence gate swings between brick pillars in the front yard.

The interior is scrubbed-bright, with blonde hardwood flooring and fresh white paint.

The living room has wood trim.

The family room’s knotty-pine paneling is a backdrop for a vibrant furniture arrangement in front of a brick fireplace.

Nine-paned windows frame a doorway from the family room…

…out to an equally bright sunroom.

The kitchen has white cabinets and granite counters, with tumbled-stone tiles forming a backsplash.

Eames-style chairs fit nicely in the breakfast area. A glass door opens to the outside deck.

The first floor also houses a laundry area and a full bath.

A black-and-white clawfoot tub anchors the bathroom, surrounded by a mix of wood-slat wainscoting and white subway tile.

The upstairs hall is big enough for a desk area before heading…

…into a delightful bedroom. It has skinny-plank wood floors; the shiplap walls climb to a peaked shiplap ceiling. An ensuite half-bath is not pictured.

Wide-plank flooring are a handsome touch in this bedroom; the eyebrow window is another highlight.

The third bedroom overlooks the creek—and would be a great writer’s lair.

The deck could use some love.

Solar panels on the rear roof cut energy costs. A two-car garage is tucked under the sunroom.

It’s plenty big enough for a workshop and vehicle storage.

Multi-level decking rambles its way down to the creek.

The house sits on 2.11 acres in the woodsy countryside. Yet, it’s just 10 minutes to the riverside and downtown Coxsackie for oysters at Day Line Oyster Bar + Kitchen. While downtown, stroll to the Reed Street Bottle Shop for a nice wine to take home.

If this c.1880 renovated eyebrow Colonial in Greene County checks all your boxes, find out more about 785 County Route 26, New Baltimore, from Leigh Bokser with Compass Greater NY.

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