A c.1920 Three-Bedroom in Newburgh: $305K

  |  March 25, 2024

Newburgh is a mix of city and town, urban and suburban living. Today, Upstater is visiting a house that’s close to the city while still being accessible to local highways.

Billed as a perfect starter home, the c.1920 three-bedroom in Newburgh has cute vintage details as well as a pretty-much-move-in condition.

Tan siding surrounds the house. Sleek columns support the roof over the covered porch; colored flagstones march from the yard to the wide front steps.

The front room (parlor? living room?) has original hardwood flooring and a nice stairwell.

The woodwork on the stairs has been nicely preserved.

The rest of the room is slicked with gray paint and white trim.

Terra-cotta tile covers the kitchen floor. A solid-surface counter curves around a corner above oak cabinets. The appliances that we can see (an electric range and dishwasher) are stainless steel.

The house has a single bathroom. It’s been nicely maintained/updated, with geometric penny tile on the floor and white tile wainscoting topped with black accent tile.

The house is 1,300 square feet and has three bedrooms. This one has a slim closet and gray walls.

This room is brighter, with blue walls.

The third bedroom showcases green walls. All three have original hardwood flooring. The house could use a refresh, but it’s nice for the new owner to know they’re not moving into a money pit.

The house sits on just under a twentieth of an acre. It’s a short jaunt (just a two-minute drive) to the Newburgh Vintage Emporium, a motherlode of antiquities. If you’re looking for a relaxing hit, Curaleaf, a cannabis dispensary just a half-mile away, has recently earned a license for adult use.

If this c.1920 three-bedroom in Newburgh has your home-buying radar buzzing, find out more about 183 North Street, Newburgh, from Angela Danosky with EXP Realty.

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