An Oldie, but a Goodie, in Goshen: $490K

  |  June 11, 2024

The median price of a home in Goshen last year was roughly half a million dollars. Today, Upstater looks at an oldie, but a goodie, that falls within that parameter.

This red-sided home was built in 1891 but is still entirely livable. We like the stone foundation and the crisp white trim against the red clapboards.

The foyer includes the center-hall staircase.

This living room has a well-used brick fireplace and dark wood flooring.

The dining/family room has a fireplace on the dining room side…

…and a matching brick fireplace on the family room side. Beams slant across the midpoint of the room.

The kitchen has been nicely renovated (it’s up to the new owner whether to consider another redo). White and brown cabinets brighten the space; even more storage is available on a center island that’s topped with an elongated black quartz counter.

Brown cabinets make up the rear wall of the kitchen, which also has a white door to the backyard.

A laundry room has staggered laundry machines in its relatively tight space.

The house has three bedrooms and 1.5 baths. As we can see reflected in the twin mirrors over the dual-sink vanity, there’s a tub/shower in this bath.

The bedrooms aren’t well-pictured in the listing; for instance, the hearth in this room serves double duty as bike storage.

This room has a built-in headboard that’s not being used, along with shiny pine flooring.

The house measures a surprising 2,940 square feet. Being on Golden Hill Avenue means you’re under a mile to town and a quick bite at Kelley Jean’s.

So if this oldie, but a goodie, in Goshen rings your bell, find out more about 124 Golden Hill Avenue, Goshen, from ERealty Advisors.

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