From this smartly-appointed Cold Spring Victorian house, commuting to NYC is as easy as taking a few steps to the left.
And, sure, this house is on a tiny lot just over 4,300 square feet in size, but imagine how much wear and tear you’d save on your car by living here. Furthermore, both the Hudson River waterfront and Cold Spring village businesses and equally accessible, making this property a real commuter’s dream come true…
…as long as you’re okay with a Metro-North train sliding into the Cold Spring station several times a day. The train, after all, is pretty much in the backyard. At least it’s a Metro-North train instead of a noisy freight train, one of the benefits of living east-of-Hudson.
When you’re not busy taking advantage of all those convenient non-automobile commuting opportunities, let your hair down in the c.1833 Victorian’s 1,497-square-foot interior with sunny living room, hardwood floors, and open dining room/kitchen with tile floors and two sets of sliding glass doors opening onto the home’s wrap-around deck.
Includes one large master bedroom, a second smaller bedroom, and third very small bedroom.
Here’s where things get interesting: In addition to the main living area, the bottom level is home to a one-bedroom apartment with a separate entrance and front stone patio.
That apartment also comes with a wood stove, kitchen, and renovated bath with subway tile. Cute, and profitable, if you rent to someone who needs a pied-à-terre next to the train station.
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Find out more about this Cold Spring Victorian house located at 42 Market Street, Cold Spring from Robert A. McCaffrey Realty.