The interior of this Highland Victorian, however, will bring you right back into the twenty-first century with updated features.
Situated just five miles from New Paltz, NY, this sprawling beauty dating back to the 1790s is currently used as an inn. That shouldn’t come as a surprise, considering there are ten bedrooms and 6,406 square feet of space available here. Unless you’re the Osmond Family, if you’re looking for that many bedrooms, you’re looking for an inn.
In spite being over two centuries old, this house possesses lots of not-so-old-fashioned features like radiant heat flooring, new bath fixtures (11 baths total, for those keeping count), and a fitness center.
The main floor features vaulted ceilings, stone walls, spacious seating areas, and original support beams and wood trim.
It also comes with a gourmet kitchen with double farm sinks plus a third smaller sink, oven/broiler, and stainless steel fridge and dishwasher…
…but, with ten bedrooms and eleven baths, it’s safe to say one kitchen – well-equipped though it may be – won’t be enough. That’s why this house comes with a total of three kitchens, plus several of living rooms and multiple entrances.
If you’re picturing shoebox bedrooms, think again. Many of the home’s bedrooms spread out over two floors are large, with en suite baths, closets, and dressing rooms.
Inn guests will appreciate the idyllic, 2.4-acre grounds, situated within 10 minutes of New Paltz village, as well as state park land and hiking trails galore around the Shawangunk Ridge, and the Walkway Over the Hudson just a 15-minute drive away.
Interested in keeping this Highland Victorian inn running for years to come? Find out more about 346 Crescent Avenue, Highland, NY from All in One Realty.