If you can’t afford Park Slope check out urban row home in Newburgh. I personally got a chance to tour this home which, is more stunning in person. This beautifully renovated and restored brick townhouse was featured in a short film and is now ready for its new owners. This large brick townhouse contains much of its original woodwork, including a beautiful carved mantel, pocket doors, and a large food pantry. The entire house has undergone a gut renovation including new electric, plumbing,fixtures, tiling, appliances, walls, ceilings, and fresh landscaping.
All this, along with Hudson River views that can be seen from the front bedroom and master bedroom porch. There is a very sunny (think:urban garden) back yard, and wonderful, active neighbors, make this a perfect place to call home. Walking distance to Newburgh/Beacon ferry to the MetroNorth, as well as to waterfront restaurants and theaters. To find out more about Newburgh living click here.
17 Courtney Ave, Newburgh (Historic HV Realty) GMAP
Asking Price: $225,000
Square feet: 3,705
Land: 0.06 acres
Distance to NYC: 60 miles; 1 hour, 15 minutes
Transportation: MetroNorth to Beacon, take Ferry to Newburgh, 9W, I87, I84