Today’s brick beauty is located in LaGrangeville, an area in the town of LaGrange, Dutchess County. Colorful flagstones lead to a side porch overlooking the adjoining lake.
The property is a mix of no-mow pebbles and lawn, with landscaped plants scattered around the perimeter.
What a view from the rear deck! The house comes with ownership of half of this lake!
The foyer through the front door is flagstone; wrought-iron railings line the steps leading downstairs.
The main level is great for entertaining: The open-concept flow between the kitchen, dining, and living rooms encourage mingling. The kitchen’s center island is impressive in size, with a multi-level marble-look countertop cantilevered over the sage-green cabinetry. The rest of the kitchen cabinets are white.
Green glass tile in the backsplash complements the island. The marbled counters top the white cabinets, too; stainless steel appliances keep the space modern. The floor is knotty pine.
The dining area has French doors out to the deck, and a washed-brick fireplace with a terracotta brick hearth.
Another fireplace—this one is white stacked stone—anchors the opposite wall, in the living room side of the space.
The primary bedroom has knotty pine floors and a view of the lake.
The bathroom is gray-toned; a vintage dresser-turned-vanity offsets the modern starkness of marble flooring and marble tile.
The shower has a pebbled floor, a built-in bench, and marble walls with niches for shampoo and such.
This bedroom is minimalistic, with clean gray walls and skinnier wood flooring.
The hall bath has a white tub/shower, black marble flooring, and a gray vanity.
This half-bath has a modern gray-and-white vanity, white walls, a gray tiled floor…
…and a laundry area behind a gray curtain.
The full basement is ready to be finished into more space if the new owner desires. It has the same square footage as the main level; once finished, you could have a total of 3,600 square feet of livable space.
Parking won’t be an issue with a two-car detached garage and a double carport. The 1,800-square-foot house sits on 5.75 acres; along with the lake rights, this place could be a party paradise. It’s a three-minute drive to the Route 55 shopping strip, where you have to stop for a cone at Zoe’s Ice Cream Barn. The Taconic State Parkway interchange is just past Zoe’s, too.
If this turnkey gem is calling your name, find out more about 121 Stringham Road, Lagrangeville, from Aldo Tropeano with Sam’s Realty Beacon.