If its ornate details haven’t made you fall madly in love with this Coxsackie Victorian, perhaps its setting will win your heart.
Today’s real-life-gingerbread house offering takes us just south of Coxsackie village in Greene County, NY, along the western shores of the Hudson River. Here, we find a turn-of-the-century Victorian manse with a Greek Revival front porch facing east toward the Berkshire Mountains.
Frosted in white round-cut shingles and clapboard, the 4,456-square-foot home features a number of sitting and socializing rooms, accessible via the wood-lined entryway with an intricate main staircase.
Pocket doors from an adjoining parlor open into the formal dining room encircled with crown molding and original brick fireplace with Greek-inspired mantel…
…which, in turn, adjoins a sprawling country kitchen with commercial range, double sinks, butcher block center island, and marble counter tops.
There are six generously-proportioned bedrooms inside the house, along with three full baths with spa fixtures…
…but, if six bedrooms just isn’t enough, give your guests run of the five-bedroom, 2,500-square-foot guest house situated on the other side of the lawn. Or, depending on local zoning laws, you could live in the guest house and run the manor as an inn or separate rental.
Oh, and here’s one last perk: The carriage house on the 23-acre property has been transformed into a casual rec room/clubhouse.
The property is convenient to other historic mid/northern Hudson Valley places like Coxsackie village, Athens, Catskill, Hudson, and Windham Mountain in the Catskills.
Is this Coxsackie Victorian manor your idea of the perfect dream house? Find out more about 2924 Route 385, Coxsackie, NY from Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices.