Here’s a Federal Colonial Home in between New Paltz and Kingston, $795K

  |  September 27, 2018

Can’t decide which you like more, Kingston or New Paltz? Put yourself between both of them in a stylish way with this Federal Colonial home…

Situated on 14.3 acres of land bordering the Shaupeneak Ridge in eastern Ulster County, this four-bedroom home offers a lot to love, but its location is what we’re zeroing in on right away. It’s a gorgeous slice of the Hudson Valley, nestled off a country road about 20 minutes south of Kingston and north of New Paltz. What’s so great about this location is that not only is it close to Things To Do (restaurants, shopping, live music/performance, galleries, etc.), it’s also close to the Hudson River, hiking trails, and park preserves.

Or, you could just skip all that and stay home. Why not? You’ve for over 14 acres at your disposal, not to mention a class, 4,404-square-foot home, to boot.

Originally built in 1895, the structure was added onto in the 1930s, expanding its square footage into “rambling” territory. Check out the spacious formal dining room, sitting room/library with fireplace and built-ins, home office, kitchen with granite countertops, and extra attic room. Speaking of fireplaces, there are three total in this house, all working.

Bonus! First floor includes a three-room guest suite!

The kitchen opens up to a back patio space for dining al fresco…

…and, the grounds include rocky outcroppings, open spaces, views, and old stone walls. This is one dreamy residence.

Dreaming of making this Federal Colonial home your home-sweet-home? Find out about 734 Old Post Road, New Paltz from Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices

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