Why pay $1,500-per-month in rent when you could own a Beacon Colonial house that comes with three bedrooms and two baths?
Depending on your down-payment, you could end up paying less on your monthly mortgage than you would renting a place, even with the $500-per-month property tax bill. And, with 1,871 square feet spread out over two stories and walk-out basement, you won’t want for space.
Neither will you want for nifty period details like hardwood floors, original living room mantel, staircase, moldings, and trim.
The kitchen, however, has been updated with quartz counter tops and new cabinetry. In fact, the home sports a number of updates, including the 200-amp electrical service and water heater, and the roof is 10 years old.
Upstairs are the home’s bedrooms, including the master bedroom and dressing room…
…and, while the lot is but a postage stamp, it’s a cute postage stamp with a patio and perennial gardens. Furthermore, just a short walk east is the local dog park and playground, a few blocks west is Beacon’s Main Street, where you can shop, eat, listen to live music, or grab a beverage.
For those who commute, the Beacon train station is a mile away, as is Long Dock Park for kayaking enthusiasts and the Dia:Beacon for art lovers.
Considering trading in your rent for a mortgage on this Beacon Colonial house? Find out more about 132 Verplanck Avenue, Beacon, NY from Gate House Realty.