While touring this Beacon home, don’t forget to look up and then straight down to find some of its more notable features.
We often talk about floor-to-ceiling renovations, but, for this three-bedroom house, the floors and the ceilings are exactly where you’ll discover a couple of our favorite aspects of the 1,448-square-foot interior. Plank flooring and hand-hewn support beams were kept from the home’s original c.1870s construction, existing side-by-side with new additions…
…like the large kitchen with stainless steel appliances, updated light fixtures, quartz counter tops, and a center island. An opened-up living room/dining room area allows for maximum gathering and lounging.
And, the original staircase seems to be holding steady, leading up to the home’s second-floor bedrooms complete with cathedral ceilings, as well as ceiling fans and more original beams.
All of the baths have been remodeled, and the interior also features new electric, windows, insulation, and roof. Even the driveway is new. Central air-conditioning and heating will keep everyone comfy.
Mount Beacon looms over the 1/10th-of-an-acre lot, providing a dramatic backdrop to the backyard. Unimpeded sunlight means you could plant sunflowers with impunity during the summer months.
Situated on the east side of the Fishkill Creek from Beacon’s center and the Hudson River but still just a ten-minute stroll across the bridge to Main Street businesses and a very short drive to the Beacon Metro-North station.
Got lots of love for this renovated Beacon home? Find out more about 38 St. Lukes Place, Beacon, NY from Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices.