When it comes to nearby mountains, the Catskills aren’t the only game in town. Cozy up to the Hudson Highlands in this Cold Spring Victorian…
Lower Hudson Valley hiking opportunities abound near this Cold Spring neighborhood. And, so do ruins exploration! The Cornish Estate Trailhead is practically next door to this property, and it offers a five-mile loop with views of the Hudson River as well as what remains of the Cornish Estate. That loop is also part of a larger system of trails that snakes its way through the Hudson Highlands, including the challenging Breakneck Ridge 8.5-mile loop to Mt. Beacon and the fire tower. You’ll be able to see a large swathe of northern Putnam County, Orange County across the river, and southern Dutchess from there. Long story short, this is perfect for those looking for serious hiking with spectacular views but don’t want to go all the way to the Catskills to find it.
That’s where 69 Pearl Street, Cold Spring comes in.
Located in Cold Spring village, this c.1890 Victorian is in great condition, complete with hardwood floors, original moldings and staircase, and a sunny, 1,288-square-foot interior.
Includes three bedrooms, one full bath, open living room/dining room first-floor scheme, and a huge kitchen seriously in need of some wall storage space.
For a village location, this property comes with a quarter-acre yard, much of it in the back in full sun so get ready to garden. Got kids? Public schools are close. So is the Metro-North station, which is about a mile down the hill from the front door.
Interested in more of what’s on the market in Putnam/Orange/northern Westchester Counties? Stick with us this week as we explore the real estate offerings in the lower Hudson Valley, from the Hudson Highlands to Bear Mountain, like this one, and this one.
Hankering for this Cold Spring Victorian close to hiking in the lower Hudson Valley? Find out more about 69 Pearl Street, Cold Spring from Garrison Realty Group.