That sound you hear is this Beacon renovated house calling you home to the east side of the Hudson River.
It’s hard not to love the city of Beacon in southern Dutchess County, NY. Between the riverfront parks, the art scene, the boutiques, the food, the breweries, and the convenience to both sides of the Hudson as well as downstate, Beacon is, if we may be so bold to assert, kind of a big deal. That’s why we find ourselves delving into Beacon’s residential real estate this week on Upstater, like this full renovation situated right in the middle of town.
And, when we say “renovation,” we mean a full down-to-the-studs gut remodel. Feel free to think of this as a new house, because that’s basically what it is. Features four bedrooms, three full baths, and 1,800 square feet. Here’s what the exterior looked like pre-reno…
…and, now, the kitchen gleams with brand-new stainless steel appliances, tile back splash, and large center island.
Throw open the glass sliders and move dinner outside onto the back deck…
…or, get all the Vitamin D you need in the open living room/dining room full of windows.
The staircase and wood floors are original to the c.1900 house, in addition to modern fixtures like recessed lighting, a crisp-white color scheme, sliding doors on tracks, and well-appointed bathrooms. It’s even been wired for your sound system.
A wrap-around front porch, back deck, and fenced backyard make a nice place for a grill, garden patch, and seating area. The corner lot is .15 of an acre in size, with Main Street businesses and retail just down the block. Need to commute? The Metro-North is less than a mile away, which you could bike if you don’t mind going uphill on your way home.
Can’t resist the call to check out this Beacon renovated house? Find out more about 26 N. Elm Street, Beacon, NY here.