This recently-renovated Goshen Victorian house needs a loving new owner to keep up its impressive restorations.
Originally built in the 1870s, this Queen Anne Victorian in the Orange County village of Goshen, NY was scooped up just this summer and given a complete overhaul that not only keeps but elevates its historic characteristics. Case in point: The stunning parquet wood floors in the living room.
The 1,721-square-foot interior also features restored pocket doors, original wall trim, windows, radiators, and stained glass windows. New paint inside and outside make it shine, and the large windows help, too. Meanwhile, the kitchen got the works with granite counter tops, all new cabinetry, and updated fixtures.
The restored wood stairs case leads to the second floor and the home’s three bedrooms, with the master bedroom opening onto one of the bedrooms, making it idea for use as a nursery, home office, studio, or sitting room.
There’s also a full walk-up attic, as well as a repainted basement. Both of the full baths have been completely remodeled with new tile and fixtures. Is a big yard on your must-have list? This one comes with a quarter-acre corner lot with plenty of light, perfect for growing those sun-loving tomatoes, sunflowers, and lavender.
Thanks to the magic of the Internet, there’s a pre-renovation listing still floating around in the ethers, just in case you want to do some comparing/contrasting.
Goshen village is situated in central Orange County close to Woodbury, Harriman, and the NJ border.
Are you impressed with this Goshen Victorian? Find out more about 139 Grand Street, Goshen, NY here.