From the street, this Beacon bungalow might look like a tiny house. However, a quick peek inside shows that it’s bigger than it seems.
Two floors and a full – albeit unfinished – basement lend this 1,094-square-foot cottage lots more interior room to spread out. Still, it’s compact and simple, with the focus less on the size of the footprint, and more on the contents therein.
The front door opens onto an open floor plan featuring a comfy living room and dining area, with hardwood floors throughout.
The kitchen packs quite a punch, with a new remodel highlighted by sleek subway tile backsplash, new stainless appliances, and granite counter tops…
…while the first-floor bedroom includes access to the newly-constructed back deck. Upstairs on the second floor, the second bedroom has its own perks in the form of a private balcony.
Just in case you still aren’t sold on this home’s many charms, the front yard features neat-and-tidy landscaping surrounding by a literal white picket fence. And, the backyard is big enough to set up a bistro table, grill, and perhaps even a hammock beneath the shade of the towering trees.
The property is situated between the Fishkill Creek and the Hudson River, mere blocks from Beacon’s many restaurants, shops, and outdoor spaces. From here, the Metro-North station is one mile away.
Beguiled by this Beacon bungalow? Find out more about 45 Vine Street, Beacon, NY from K Fortuna Realty, Inc.