Create your own whimsical home by scooping up this historic Methodist church in the charming hamlet of Malden-on-Hudson, NY.
Dating back to 1867, this quaint country church is situated a few miles outside of Saugerties village in Ulster County, just up the hill from the Hudson River. As far as charming neighborhoods are concerned, Malden hits the jackpot: Close to village restaurants and shops (you could bike it if you don’t mind a hill or two), walking-distance to the river’s shores, and home to numerous sweet and historic homes. The church sits in the midst of this hamlet, ready for you to make it your gallery/art space, studio, or home.
Includes a sizable 4,406 square feet within these sacred walls, housing a ton of ecclesiastical details like arched and stained glass windows, a bell tower with the bell still intact, soaring ceilings, hand-painted iconography, and a fully-functioning pipe organ.
Aside from the sanctuary, a church wouldn’t be a church without a big gathering room perfect for potlucks and general fellowship. This one is almost begging you to turn it into a dance studio…
…but what you do with this delightful church is your call, contingent upon local zoning laws, of course. The listing notes that the building does not currently have running water or working plumbing but has in the past.
Malden-on-Hudson is located less than two miles from Saugerties village, convenient to the NYS I-87 Thruway, neighboring Greene County, and the Rip Van Winkle Bridge to Columbia County and Hudson, NY.
Do you worship this historic Methodist Church in Saugerties, NY? Find out more about 1095 Main Street, Malden-on-Hudson, NY here.