3 New Baltimore Historic Homes For Sale, 1 Open House September 17th

  |  September 14, 2017
new baltimore historic homes for sale

1 New Street, New Baltimore: $375K

Want to check out three New Baltimore historic homes for sale on the same day? Head up to northern Greene County on September 17, 2017 for a triple open house from 1pm-4pm featuring 1 New Street, 65 Washington Avenue, and 854 NYS Route 144, New Baltimore. Let’s take a closer look at all three of these older beauties…

1 New Street

Formerly a sea captain’s estate, 1 New Street was built in 1860 and includes an embarrassment of riches in terms of details: Light-filled rooms accented with original Eastlake details, hardwood floors, plaster moldings, period hardware, and an updated kitchen with stainless steel appliances. One of our favorite features is the huge barn studio. Also comes with Hudson River views.

1 New Street

3 beds/2.5 baths, .55 acre lot. See more photos from the listing here.

65 Washington Avenue: $184K

Get historic charm without breaking your budget. For the low listing price, the property includes a c.1870 Colonial with over 1800 square feet, hardwood floors, large windows, office, family room, and new stuff like the boiler, water heater, water-softener, and reverse osmosis drinking system. Additionally, the .82 acre lot includes two-story two-car garage, sliding-door barn, and an antique shed.

65 Washington Avenue

3 beds/1.5 baths. See more of 65 Washington Avenue on the listing.

854 NYS RT 144: $204,900

And finally, here’s a modified Cape Cod originally built in 1928 with a lot of interior space – over 3600 square feet! We love the refinished hardwood floors, fireplace, built-in shelves, and the large kitchen. Dig Art Deco? Then you’ll like the chandelier and wall sconces. The quarter acre property comes with a guest house, koi pond, and greenhouse.

854 NYS RT 144

4 beds/2 baths. More photos of 854 NYS Route 144 here.

For more information about these New Baltimore historic homes for sale on the Hudson River waterfront, contact Whitney@operahousecompany.com or 917 829 1319.

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