A Newburgh Contemporary That’s Not Cookie-Cutter: $468.9K

  |  March 26, 2024

The town of Newburgh has pretty properties, like this contemporary that’s not cookie-cutter.

This three-bedroom was built in 1978. The exterior has character, with walls jutting out at all angles.

The entry has a marble floor and shapely railings surrounding a staircase leading to the lower level. A stone chimney rises through the stairwell.

A two-step-down sunken living room has more marble flooring. White walls meet at a peaked ceiling, kissing the top of a floor-to-ceiling stone fireplace. Skylights pepper the ceiling, and windows are tucked in here and there.

The living room flows into the kitchen, which has a black and white theme.

Black granite covers an L-shaped island, as well as the counters. Black tile forms a backsplash, too. White cabinets are a range of sizes along with glass-fronted choices.

Sleek, stainless-steel appliances add an edge to the kitchen.

A built-in hutch serves an eat-in area of the kitchen, next to wide, sashed windows.

The house has three bedrooms. The primary bedroom has a modern ceiling fixture and gray laminate flooring.

The primary ensuite bath has black marble tile on the walls and floor; a standalone tub; and a granite-topped white vanity.

A glass-enclosed corner shower is tucked next to a built-in linen closet embedded within a marble wall.

The angled ceiling in this bedroom is dramatic.

That dramatic light comes from these transoms, supplemented by track lighting.

Sliders bring the outdoors in to this bedroom, which also has an electric fireplace on a black, board-and-batten accent wall.

Marble wainscoting stops just short of a backlit vanity mirror in this bathroom.

The entry stairwell has wooden rails leading to the lower level. Gray laminate flooring is easy to maintain.

There are extra rooms down here that are perfect for yoga, gaming, or other pursuits.

More living/sleeping space is also an option.

With more than 2,500 square feet, the house can fit a large family comfortably.

Plus, it’s got a great sunroom.

Its wooded setting is pretty no matter the season. It’s just four minutes to a nice stroll around Chadwick Lake Park. The restaurants along the waterfront, like Hudson Taco, are just a 10-minute drive.

If this contemporary fits your bill, find out more about 2 Summit Ridge Road, Newburgh, from John Scarano with Keller Williams Realty.

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