Goshen, NY is where you’ll find this c.1911 Craftsman village home kept in pristine condition.
This is a bit of a rarity among the Arts-and-Craftsman/Craftsman homes currently on-the-market in the Hudson Valley: A brick bungalow with a Prairie-School spin, built in 1911 and still in fabulous condition. Pioneered by Frank Lloyd Wright, Prairie-style homes are distinguished by their flat-ish hip roof, horizontal lines, overhanging eaves, and use of brick as the main building material.
This two-story bungalow includes four bedrooms, a bath-and-a-half, and over 1,500 square feet. And, it comes with updates like a newer roof, new windows, furnace, and central air conditioning. Wood flooring throughout. Check out the charming wood paneling and trim around the front entrance, staircase, and living room walls:
Three of the bedrooms are spacious, while the fourth is small is currently being used as a dressing room.
Situated on a quarter-acre of land, the property’s yard is spacious and comes with a large storage shed. And, the residential neighborhood is walking-distance to local schools, and it’s just a few blocks from historic Goshen village’s center.
Goshen in Orange County is home to the Harness Racing Museum and Hall and the Goshen Historic Track, a harness-racing track that’s been continuously operating since 1838.
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