Like to walk to town? You can do that from this Kinderhook village four-bedroom…
We’ve been spending the week in Greene and Columbia Counties, exploring all that the real estate listings have to offer. And, when it comes to Columbia County, most everyone is familiar with the city of Hudson on the riverfront thanks to its many shops, restaurants, galleries on Warren Street.
However, as we’ve mentioned before on this blog, there are other great communities throughout Columbia County. Art and culture cozy up to pastoral settings on the east side of the Hudson, and the real estate prices are still on the affordable side out in rural Columbia, so we invite you to take a closer look at properties like this adorable village house in Kinderhook.
Kinderhook is about 20 minutes north of Hudson, and while the village boasts a population of just over 1,211 residents, its main drag offers a farmers market, public library, cafes, and boutiques. This c.1850 home sits front-and-center to all. And, don’t let the exterior fool you: This is a roomy house with 2,100 square feet and four bedrooms. Also includes plank floors, living room fireplace, large kitchen with built-ins, and central air-conditioning.
One of the four bedrooms is on the first floor, while the other three are on the second, along with an additional full bath. And, in addition to a living room, the house also includes a family room.
The .20-acre lot is fenced-in with a brick patio hidden from view in the backyard. Hop on your bike and or walk to local businesses and attractions. Kinderhook is home to the Jack Shainman Gallery: The School, numerous historic sites and houses, and Samascott Orchards for pick-your-own produce and farm store. Also nearby is the Martin Van Buren Historic Site and Art Omi outdoor sculpture park.
Developing a crush on this Kinderhook village four-bedroom? Find out more about 16 Chatham Street, Kinderhook from Aimee Strunk Real Estate.
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