The woodsy plot where this 1930s Colonial home sits offers a bit of privacy and convenient access to both sides of the Hudson River.
Not only does this .64-acre plot sit obscured from the road thanks to a lush tree line, it’s also less than a mile from the west-of-Hudson entrance to the Walkway Over the Hudson, which you can take by foot or bike across to Dutchess County, east-of-Hudson, catching some unparalleled river views along the way. Furthermore, if you need to commute, the Poughkeepsie train station is a short 2.5 miles away, and if you love good restaurants and bars, New Paltz village is a ten-minute drive.
When you’re not gallivanting around this lovely part of the Hudson Valley, spend your downtime in this comfortable, affordable house with wood floors, a brick living room fireplace, and a separate formal dining room.
Adjoining the dining room is an updated kitchen with cherry cabinets, quartz counter tops, and new appliances.
The home’s three bedrooms are up on the second floor…
…and that includes the big master bedrooms with two closets.
Also on the second floor is a newly-installed bathroom with stylish fixtures and subway tiles…
…and, if you’ve got a hankering for a retro basement that reminds you of the one you grew up with, this one should do nicely. Don’t forget to bring Sorry! and Risk.
The back deck stands cook-out-ready, and stone walls, perennial gardens, and bluestone walkways adorn the other outdoor spaces on this property.
Is this Colonial home in Ulster County calling to you? Find out more about 33 Tillson Avenue, Highland, NY from Coldwell Banker Prime Properties.