This Gardiner Craftsman with an eye-catching front balcony could use a spiffy new update. Can you make it happen?
Situated right in the midst of Main Street, this house is a Craftsman bungalow with a very Victorian-looking second-floor balcony, and, quite frankly, we’re here for it. It certainly adds to its curb appeal, in spite of the fact that the front porch could benefit from a fresh coat of paint.
Fresh coats of paint all around are warranted for much of the 1,572-square-foot interior, as well as copious amounts of de-carpeting, as well as some work to restore the fireplace or install a wood stove…
…but the dining room and kitchen are rife with potential, with plenty of room to make yourself a true home chef’s space.
There are three bedrooms upstairs, one of which is the primary bedroom with access to the top floor balcony….
…while the other needs some elbow grease to take down the particle board siding and drop tile ceilings.
We love the wrap-around front porch…
…which leads around to the back part of the quarter-acre property, perfect for some home gardening and landscaping. Since the house is zoned as “mixed-use,” feel free to start bringing those home business plans up to speed.
Popping out for some essentials is easy-peasy since it’s right across the street from a local market and next door to two wine shops, as well as an animal hospital, post office, and take-out.
Got some ideas for this intriguing Gardiner Craftsman? Find out more about 126 Main Street, Gardiner, NY from Murphy Realty Group.