Offered as-is, this fixer upper Victorian deserves better than its current state. Can you make it happen?
This week’s edition of Five-Figure Friday comes to us from the historic village of Walden, NY, situated along the Wallkill River in the Orange County town of Montgomery. While this 2,912-square-foot home is practically bursting with potential, you’ll need to apply some elbow grease to bring it forth.
If those fancified, c.1880s antique details are what you’re after, feel free to shout “Eureka!” because this home contains a motherlode. Pocket doors, original moldings, wood trim, wood floors, fireplaces, and cast-iron radiators all occupy the house.
Also occupying the house is a butler’s pantry that opens to the kitchen and a formal dining room, as well as soaring ceilings throughout.
There’s almost no nook or cranny of this house that doesn’t need restoration, rehab, or possibly replacement, so expect to commit to The Works when considering buying this home (likely cash will be required or at least preferred).
Situated on a quarter-acre corner lot with the Wallkill River mere feet away from the backyard (you can see it from the back deck), located in the middle of Walden village, approximately 90 minutes’ drive from NYC.
Planning to pamper this fixer upper Victorian in the Hudson Valley? Find out more about 136 W. Main Street, Walden, NY from 1st Independent Realty Group.