Have you been in hot pursuit of a home in Rhinebeck, NY? This early Craftsman three-bedroom will put you two blocks from the town center.
The c.1887 house resides in a quiet neighborhood in the Dutchess County village…but, then again, pretty much every neighborhood in Rhinebeck is a quiet one. That’s part of what makes Rhinebeck a perennial favorite, along with its well-known historic buildings and homes, Main Street storefronts, seasonal festivals and markets, and the ease of which you can live here and take the train to NYC. Some might consider that the complete package when it comes to mid-Hudson Valley towns.
And, like any such town, you should expect to spend more on a home there. However, if you’re planning on spending half-a-million on a property, anyway, it might as well be a well-built specimen in good condition, situated steps away from what makes Rhinebeck so special.
Within the home’s 1,860-square-foot interior, it sports a rocking chair front porch, hard wood flooring, high ceilings, and a brand-new kitchen with stainless steel appliances and granite counter tops.
The attached dining area allows access to the back deck via sliding glass doors…
…and, upstairs, the bedrooms also come with hard wood floors, plus big windows. There are two full baths here, too, one of which features a recent remodel.
Out back, the lot is large enough to host a healthy-sized, level yard soaked in sun. Feel free to fill it with garden beds, and live happily ever after.
Got your sights set on this early Craftsman home? Find out more about 47 South Street, Rhinebeck, NY from Gary DiMauro Real Estate, Inc.