Move Your Family Right in to This Beacon Four-Bedroom: $750K

  |  April 26, 2023

Today’s Beacon pick is perfect for a family. This four-bedroom is close to dining, shopping, and recreation fields.

Built in 1910, the house sports some solid bones that have had some dressing up over the years. The dusty blue siding and white trim look sharp. A split-rail fence separates the property from the sidewalk (another plus for walkability).

The front door opens to a bright foyer with two big windows.

Next to the foyer is a sunroom with more big windows, hardwood flooring, and neutral gray walls.

The living room is also awash in gray tones with hardwood floors and a white staircase to the second floor.

This angle shows the door to the sunroom on the rear left of the image, and the opening to the foyer a little to the right, in front of the stairs.

Go through the living room to the kitchen, which has been nicely redone. White upper cabinets have under-cabinet lighting against a white tile backsplash, and quartz counters top black lower cabinets. A white center island offers two seats. Stainless-steel appliances and hardwood floors are bright and cheery.

Next to the kitchen is the dining area, big enough for a full-size table and chairs.

There’s room behind it for a coat-rack setup on your way out the back door to the rear deck.

One bedroom is on the first floor. It’s currently used as an office.

A main-floor bath has black subway tile with white grouting around the tub/shower, and a modern white-and-glass vanity.

This laundry room is between the bedroom and bathroom, but with some re-jiggering, the new owner could possibly create a first-floor primary suite out of the whole shebang.

The side-hall stairwell has rich, dark-wood treads.

The primary bedroom upstairs has a vaulted ceiling and lots of sunlight from opposing windows. There are hardwood floors up here, too.

The ensuite bath has a Moroccan-style tile floor, a big, walk-in shower, and a modern vanity that’s black-and-glass.

Another bedroom has a wood floor and is used as an office.

The last bedroom has a ceiling fan and a big window to soak the room in sunshine.

The secondary bedrooms share this hall bath, which is similar to the main-floor bath but has white tile with black grouting, and a gray vanity.

The house measures 1,631 square feet, and has an unfinished basement. A concrete driveway leads to a detached, two-car garage. The property is 0.13 of an acre and is partially fenced for kiddos and pets. It’s a quick walk down the street for a vanilla/chocolate twist at Ron’s Ice Cream. And a plethora of shopping and dining (and hiking trails) are within walking distance, as well. And it’s practically across the street from Memorial Park, which has ballfields and a tot park.

If your family has found its forever spot here, find out more about 263 Fishkill Avenue, Beacon, from Nicki Meehan with Compass Realty.

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