This week, we’re touring Rosendale, a cute Ulster County town on the banks of the Rondout Creek with picturesque details like the Rosendale trestle and the Wallkill Valley Rail Trail.
This two-bedroom, two-bath house was built in 1939, but has an updated floor plan that makes the most of its 1,214 square feet.
The living room has original wood floors and generously sized windows.
A wide doorway separates the living room from the kitchen, which is decorated in gray and blue tones with a green accent wall. The butcher-blook island is unlike traditional islands and has a combination of open drawers and apothecary-style drawer fronts. It has room for three bar stools.
Granite countertops, a ceramic-tile floor, and a penny-tile backsplash set off the chalk-blue cabinets.
All of the living areas in the house are on one level. This bedroom has original wood floors and is roomy and bright.
There’s a hall bath with a tub/shower combination. The next owner might choose to update the sink/vanity and mirrored cabinet.
The primary bedroom has those nice wood floors, windows that allow the sun to stream in, and a deep-blue accent wall. It also has a decidedly different layout…
…that includes this laundry nook as well as a walk-in closet.
The ensuite bath is nicely updated with a solid-surface vanity, ceramic-tile floor, and a small shower stall.
The quarter-acre property includes this firepit area for starlit nights.
Storage won’t be an issue for the next homeowner, thanks to this one-car detached garage, the house’s full unfinished basement, and a carport.
Bonus: It’s located just across the street from the Wallkill Valley Rail Trail and the Rondout Creek, and it’s close to restaurants, the Trailways bus to Manhattan, and Rosendale Rec Center/Pool.
If this creekview charmer floats your boat, find out more about 11 James Street, Rosendale, from Eben Yager with Century 21 Alliance Realty Group.