Brick Townhouse in Newburgh: $499K

  |  March 27, 2024

Buying a house in the City of Newburgh often means buying a multi-family property. Today’s three-family house is no exception; however, a new owner could convert it back to single-family (as long as no current tenants are thrown out, of course).

The brick townhouse rises three stories from a white-spindled, covered porch.

There are three living units here—most likely one on each level. Each unit has three bedrooms and one bath, along with a kitchen and living area. This room is pretty, with dark wood flooring, an exposed brick column, and a bow window facing the street.

The gray esthetic continues in some more rooms…

…as well as in the kitchen, which sports white appliances that match the cabinetry.

More gray, white, and black show up in this bathroom…

…this bedroom…

…and this room that’s similar to the other living room, minus the brick column.

This kitchen is bright. The linoleum floor matches the creamy color of the counters; we’d consider updating them both.

This bathroom looks new, with a sleek wood-tone floor and white everywhere else.

An industrial-type carpet covers the floor in this spacious room. The 3,162-square-foot house is a five-minute drive from the Newburgh waterfront for cocktails at Jet Set Tiki Bar.

The new owner can choose to use the home to generate income, or to embrace its original, single-family status. If that new owner could be you, find out more about 103 Carson Avenue, Newburgh, from Daniel Gilbert with Brick and Mortar RE LLC.



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