Here’s an eye-full of original, pre-Revolutionary War details in this Hudson Valley vintage Colonial house…
Exposed beams, plank floors, fireplaces, and antique moldings grace the 2,280-square-foot interior of this Pawling, NY house, but that doesn’t mean it’s behind the times. Newer improvements include spray foam insulation, windows, furnace, and hot water heater.
The kitchen also comes with modern touches like stainless steel appliances, while the home’s original beehive cooking oven still stands, and, according to the listing, it still works.
Includes four bedrooms, two full baths, walk-up attic, and three separate staircases.
Along with this well-preserved piece of history, the property includes an old Dutch barn with two stories, three stalls, a workshop and a sizeable second floor. All of this sits on three acres of land that borders the Pawling Nature Preserve to the east. The village of Pawling is just a few minutes south, as well as the nearest Metro-North Station and the entrance to the Appalachian Trail.
Are you an old house buff who’s falling in love with this Hudson Valley vintage Colonial? Find out more about 148 Hurds Corners Road, Pawling from Better Homes and Gardens Rand Realty.
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