This turn-key Colonial for sale on Abeel Street in Kingston has all the rambling charm you’d expect from a house dating from the late 1800s.
Close to the waterfront and the Wurts Street suspension bridge, this 1,700-square-foot house is walking distance to all kinds of Kingston fun.
The living room is steeped in cool details like this fireplace with built-in shelving, an interestingly patterned floor, and French doors to the dining room.
A beamed ceiling and hardwood floors highlight the dining room, which is a half-flight of steps from the kitchen.
The kitchen is tidy and recently updated, with a laminate floor and a breakfast island with a butcher-block top.
Head up the side-hall stairs to a roomy second level with hardwood floors.
There are two bedrooms on this level. This one is perfect for a trundle daybed.
This one could serve as the primary bedroom, as it’s much bigger and has two closets.
If you head up the set of stairs at the back of the house, you’ll find a laundry area…
…and this neat lil’ nook of a bedroom under the eaves.
There’s a half-bath and this full bath in the house.
The whole property measures just over a tenth of an acre, but it’s a zig-zaggy double lot.
It has a nice deck with a beautiful pavilion, koi pond, garden, and a hot tub.
The driveway, from the home’s detached garage and carport, leads to West Union Street, behind the house. There’s room for up to eight cars to park.
If this house in the hippest part of Kingston intrigues you, find out more about 71 Abeel Street, Kingston, from Brenda Graf with Corcoran Country Living.