Inside this handsome brick row house, you’ll find a well-preserved, light-filled canvas ready for your signature splashes of style.
Located in on one of Newburgh city’s many small streets hiding many historic brick buildings, this turn-of-the-century home comes with a full array of tantalizing details, like wood floors, high ceilings, fireplaces, and bay windows. Original trim, woodwork, and tile flooring are included, too.
Beautiful details continue in the 1,640-square-foot interior’s four big bedrooms, with ornate mantels, window trim, and more wood floors.
All those antique features go hand-in-hand with modern perks, as well, like an updated kitchen clad in stainless steel and granite, and two full, remodeled baths with subway tile. The roof, water heater, and windows are also new. Storage space is available in the unfinished, walk-out basement.
Walking to town is doable from here, as is Newburgh’s waterfront shops and restaurants. Need to commute? Drive over the Newburgh-Beacon Bridge and catch the train at Beacon’s Metro North station, just 20 minutes away. Or, use the Newburgh ferry service to Beacon and leave that car at home.
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