The exterior of this Kingston brick building might have you chanting “laissez les bons temps rouler…”
…however, the first floor might be more likely to inspire your work ethic. That might be because this three-story building located in Kingston, NY’s Rondout neighborhood used be the local grocery store and still offers a light-filled storefront that could be a studio, gallery, or showroom.
Be warned, though: The commute home is a doozy. You’ll have to go all the way to the second floor and through the separate entryway, where your 3,260-square-foot, four-bedroom residence awaits.
The breezy, open space features hardwood floors throughout, period built-ins, pocket doors, fireplaces, chandelier medallions, original moldings, and three-zone heating covering the second and third floors.
In addition to the third floor, the building has a dry cellar, and, on the .10-acre lot, a detached three-car garage with oak hinged barn doors and a new roof. A landscaped courtyard provides a charming outdoor gathering place.
Situated close to everything you love about Kingston, including boutiques, restaurants, bars, live music venues, historic architecture, and so much more. Tres bon!
Ready to relocate your work and life to this Kingston brick building? Find out more about 84 Hone Street, Kingston, NY from Houlihan Lawrence.