This three-story Italianate building is more than just a pretty face; it’s an opportunity to weave yourself into Catskill village’s tapestry.
The Greene County village of Catskill offers the quintessential Hudson Valley Main Street experience: Lots of independent boutiques, antique stores, cafes, and restaurants easily-accessible on foot, all housed within well-kept antique storefronts with residences above them.
The three-story brick Victorian building that occupies a spot right in the thick of Catskill’s Main Street is one such beauty. And, at 7,850 square feet of total interior space, it’s got a lot to offer an enterprising buyer such as yourself. The ground floor is divided up into two separate retail/office space, both around 1,000 square feet in size, while the second and third floor are divided up into two duplex residences, two levels each.
The residences are lofty and full of natural light, and they include original details like wood floors, trim, hardware, transom windows, wainscoting, and cast-iron radiators…
…but, don’t be fooled by this building’s age (which is estimated to be between 100 and around 130 years old): Its current owners took the time to renovate from top to bottom, basing improvements around its historic character.
Along the side of the building runs the Mott Street Slide, a charming alley walkway…
…which is only part of the overall irresistible charm that comes with this property. Here, you can live and work while renting out the storefronts or second duplex for income right in the center of a increasingly-popular Hudson Valley town. What’s not to love?
Ready to get in on the ground floor of this Main Street Italianate building? Find out more about 386-388 Main Street, Catskill, NY from Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices.