Can you rescue this Columbia County Victorian from its current fate as a three-unit, multi-family dwelling?
This property’s listing states that its 1,771-square-foot interior is carved up into three separate living units, each with a full kitchen and a full bath. It also says that it’s not technically a legal multi-family house. That’s your cue to turn it into the single-family Victorian of your dreams, located in a cute, historic Columbia County village!
There’s a hodgepodge of things happening within this four-bedroom house, like mix of hardwood, laminate, and linoleum flooring. The first floor/main portion of the house also includes pocket sliding doors, built-ins, wood trim, wainscoting, bay windows, and high ceilings.
Up on the second floor, one of the unit’s kitchens could be a fifth bedroom, with the third unit separate from the rest, which also comes with a kitchen that will have to be un-installed.
More hardwood floors on the second and third floors…
…and more huge windows to let in the natural light.
One thing’s for sure, you’ll be tripping over kitchens.
Situated on a quarter-acre lot walking-distance to Chatham village spots like the Chatham Local Food Co-op, the Columbia County fairgrounds, and the local public schools. Chatham is close to the Taconic Parkway, as well as 20 minutes’ drive from Hudson, NY, on the east side of the Hudson River.
Happy Five-Figure Friday, everyone!
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