This Rosendale bungalow looks rough around the edges, but it has tons of potential and a couple charming details that should stay, post-renovation.
Built in 1930, the house measures less than 1,000 square feet in size. But there’s an unfinished basement that, barring any structural or mold issues, could add some useable square footage.
This living room is surprisingly fixed up, with a gleaming hardwood floor and wood boards with a matching gleam on the ceiling.
The kitchen is where you’ll have to roll up your sleeves and hit Pinterest for ideas. It’s a good size, but the layout leaves us scratching our collective heads.
A peninsula cuts right through the “work triangle” of the sink, range, and refrigerator. Surely, the new owner can dream up something a little more functional.
In true bungalow fashion, there’s a clear sight through multiple rooms. Lots of windows and French doors keep the interior bright.
This sitting room/dining room is airy, and has a floor that seems to be in good shape. The white walls throughout the house complement the sunbeam-loving windows.
Off that room are the three bedrooms.
They each have white walls, a drop ceiling, and industrial-type carpeting.
The third bedroom is rather small; the next owner would do well to consider making it a second bathroom…
…because the sole bathroom is functional, but doesn’t have a bathtub.
The sunroom at the front of the house could be a beauty, after some hard work.
The house sits on 0.43 acre on a quiet road, and it’s less than a mile to the village of Rosendale.
A detached garage adds needed storage space, too.
If this affordable bungalow calls to you, find out more about 925 Elting Road, Rosendale, from Sheena Lepez with Keller Williams Realty, Hudson Valley North.