We’re winding down our trip to Goshen the way we began—with a cute village Colonial that’s close to shopping and restaurants.
This 2,042-square-foot home has three bedrooms and two full baths. It was built in 1901, but has undergone a wealth of renovations, including new roofs, new siding (check out the fish-scale siding at the peak of the house!), updated windows, and a new furnace. Best of all, it’s priced at $399,900.
The entry maintains vintage details like beadboard paneling and a painted-and-stained staircase. The front door has a patina (and hand-rung doorbell) that infers it might be original to the house.
A formal living room is off the entry, with hardwood floors and original trim on the doorway. The house’s wood floors were refinished in 2005.
A big dining room shares space with a breakfast area off the kitchen.
Granite counters, stainless-steel appliances, and a tile backsplash and floor are the highlights of the sizeable kitchen, which was updated in 2016.
This carpeted family room was added to the house in 2005, along with a full bath and a laundry room that opens to the back deck and yard.
Upstairs are three bedrooms—one carpeted, two with hardwood floors.
Each of the rooms has a ceiling fan, too.
There’s a second full bath upstairs, as well. It’s fully paneled in beadboard and has a ceramic tile floor and a tub/shower combo.
There’s a full, unfinished walk-out basement to fill any need for more space. The back deck is perfect for relaxing, with a privacy panel on one side.
The property is long and relatively narrow, stretching back to a stockade fence. The lot is 0.19 acre, and you can walk to downtown Goshen from there in less than 10 minutes.
If the idea of owning this Colonial is super-satisfying, check out 53 Montgomery Street, Goshen, with Kathleen (Pat) Strong at Griffith Olivero Realtors.