House Crush of the Week: Renovated Firehouse in Historic Coxsackie Village, $350,000

  |  May 24, 2017

We’ve been waiting for just the right time to introduce you to this renovated firehouse in the historic village of Coxsackie in Greene County. Since we’re focusing on renovated and updated properties on the market all this week, the time is now.

Originally built in 1872 and formerly the home of D.M. Hamilton Steamer Company, the firehouse is now suited for a live/work situation thanks to an open first floor with double bay doors, as well as an office and bath accessible by a separate entrance. The second floor of the building is a one-bedroom loft apartment with full kitchen and bath. Keep your studio/workspace on the first floor, live on the second. Enjoy features like mahogany windows, hardwood floors, central air conditioning, and views of the Hudson River while you’re at it.

Includes a corner lot (and a parking lot) in a highly visible spot in Coxsackie village, located on the western shores of the Hudson River, about 20 minutes north of Catskill village and less than 10 minutes from the I-87 Thruway. Coxsackie village is jam-packed with beautiful 19th century architecture, and the waterfront park is a nice place to wile away a warm afternoon in the Hudson Valley.

Interested? Email for more information on this incredibly cool renovation.

47 S. River Street, Coxsackie 



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