It isn’t cheap, it’s very small, and it needs work. But it’s the former Lagrange railroad station, located in the hamlet of Lagrangeville (Dutchess County), so of course we like it. It’s been converted to a 1 bed/1bath, but here’s still work that needs to be done. The loft portion, for example, looks unfinished. But it’s a little hard to tell since the pictures show a limited scope of the property. The outside looks like it has been renovated, at least. Here’s what it used to look like, compared to the photo above:
It’s adorable and cozy. And by cozy, we mean tiny. Just a smidge over 500 square feet. The property size isn’t bad, though, at 1.64 acres. It’s located in a mixed-use zone in the hamlet of Lagrangeville, which means that it could be converted to a business if living in it just seems too darn cramped. We like that the old ticket window was left in place.
14 Depot Lane, Lagrangeville (R. Ferris Real Estate) GMAP
Asking Price: $220,000
Square Feet: 512
Year Built: 1869
Land: 1.64 acres
Features: Converted depot, located in a mixed-use zone so could be a business.