This Uptown Kingston landmark Victorian makes quite a first impression with a big front porch and striking windows.
Built in 1892, this quintessential Queen Anne caught our attention with its distinctive aqua-marine facade. But, it kept our attention with its 2,900-square-foot interior packed to the gills with ornate wood trim, stained glass windows, parquet and wood flooring, French doors, and three fireplaces.
According to the listing, the home still includes the voice tubes used to communicate within the house, a tantalizing throw-back to its roots.
The updated kitchen sports pressed tin ceilings, tile floors, and a pantry…
…and, the period built-ins and hardware have clearly been lovingly-maintained through the years.
Includes six sizable bedrooms, two full baths, and some updates like a newer roof, solar panels, fresh paint, and zoned energy system.
While the residential property is just a quarter-acre in size, the yard is a mini-paradise with a magnolia and fruit trees, plus a koi pond.
You’ll not want for activities, living in this part of Kingston. The Uptown neighborhood is well-known for the Kingston Farmers Market, live music venues and festivals, high-caliber restaurants, breweries, and boutiques. Saint James Street is also close to Downtown Kingston and the Strand on the Rondout Creek.
Are you sensing royalty off this Kingston landmark Victorian home? Find out more about 76 Saint James Street, Kingston, NY from Berkshire Hathaways HomeServices.