Don’t let a dip in the pool keep you from those fab Hudson River views. This Cape Contemporary house in Ulster County allows you to do both.
This week on Upstater, we’ve got pools on our mind. After all, if sheltering in place extends into the summer, home should be as fun as possible, even if pool parties aren’t quite on the menu just yet. Here’s a property for sale, situated on a 1.7-acre parcel right along the Hudson River, with a backyard in-ground pool that provides the best seat in the house for catching those rarefied water views.
The Cape-Cod-style house was built in the 1970s and features a substantial, 3,270-square-foot interior bathed in light and grounded by hardwood and parquet flooring throughout.
But, we all know that you’re here for the views, and you’ll get plenty of them, thanks to the dining room’s bay windows…
…or, in the study…
…or, in one of the home’s four bedrooms on both floors. In fact, there are two master suites here, one on the main floor, and one one upstairs.
The top floor room would make an excellent office, studio, or playroom…
…and, if you’re an enthusiastic home chef, you won’t balk at two stainless steel ovens, custom cabinetry, and a cozy brick fireplace.
Behind the house, the Kingston-Rhinecliff Bridge spans across the Hudson to the east side of the river and Dutchess County. To the north, Saugerties village is less than 15 minutes’ drive, and the city of Kingston, NY is six miles south of here.
Does this Cape Contemporary tick all your boxes? Find out more about or schedule a virtual tour of 49 River Terrace, Kingston, NY at Keller Williams Hudson Valley North.