With a little money and effort, this Coxsackie cottage could be a dreamy Hudson Valley hideaway.
Those in the market for a first home or low-stress fixer-upper might want to pause and have a look at this two-bedroom house, originally built in 1875, attractively-priced under $100K. The listing specifies that it’s in “fair” condition, but with a mere 764 square feet plus two bedrooms and a single bath to renovate, it won’t overwhelm you like a rambling old farmhouse might.
In addition to electric heat, the house comes with a living room wood stove. The kitchen offers a sunny spot with sliding glass doors for a breakfast nook, and an unfinished room off the kitchen could be turned into a family room or study.
This rural property is a half-acre in size, with a detached garage/carriage house and a handful of outbuildings. Enveloped by trees on a back country road, the cottage is just ten minutes from Exit 21B on the I-87 Thruway, and it’s close to the Catskills, the mid-Hudson Valley, and the Capital District.
Here’s a picture of the cottage during autumn, just in case you weren’t tempted enough…
Curious about this Coxsackie cottage? Find out more about 140 Deans Mill Road, Coxsackie from Louise Warner Realty.