Stained glass windows and period wood details are just some of the perks included with this Uptown Kingston Colonial.
Before you even set foot within the 2,578-square-foot interior, you might just find yourself bowled over from this gracious c.1910 Colonial home’s rocking chair front porch, offering a front-row view of the Uptown Kingston neighborhood’s comings and goings.
Just as you guessed, the inside matches the exterior’s grace and warmth, with period details from the ceilings to the floors, which are, of course, gleaming hardwood.
Front and rear parlors make up the first floor, as well as a formal dining room with bay windows, a big kitchen with a butler’s pantry, and a full bath.
The interior delights continue up the front stairs (or the back stairs) to the home’s five bedrooms and a second full bath with its own stained glass windows…
…and, the full walk-up attic is massive and includes period built-in cabinetry.
Surrounding the home is a .12-acre property just large enough for a backyard deck, off-street parking, and a single-car garage…
…where you can leave your car parked while you take a ten-minute stroll or a three-minute bike ride up Wall Street to Uptown Kingston’s many bars, restaurants, shops, and live music venues.
Not that you’d ever want to leave this home, but it’s good to have options.
Interested in heading Uptown to this Kingston Colonial? Find out more about 36 Warren Street, Kingston, NY Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices.