1950s Cape Cod with a Contemporary Reno, $600K

  |  November 11, 2020
new paltz cape

Are you open to the concept of an open-concept home? If so, then this New Paltz Cape might tempt you with natural light and cool features. 

It also might tempt you with just how open this open-concept interior really is. Does an open second-floor loft and soaring cathedral ceilings seem open enough? We think so.

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Upon entering the 2,400-square-foot interior, you’ll be greeted by the sight of a light-filled living room (stylishly-whitewashed brick fireplace included), thanks to a bank of east-facing windows. Just picture the sunrises as you sip your coffee…

…that you brewed in this show-stopper of a kitchen, complete with quartz-topped center island and five-burner cooktop…

…all of which you can see while perched on the second-floor loft space. Adjoining the kitchen is a dining area with access to to a semi-enclosed patio off the rear of the house.

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There are three bedrooms total, plus two full baths that have been upgraded to spa-like standards…

…miles away from the usual pink-bathroom fare that so often comes with a brick homes built in the late 1950s.

For extra R&R, head back out to the covered back patio to participate in a little home hot-tubbing…

…and, in the summer, take a plunge into the above-ground pool before 5pm cocktails on the property’s second patio.

5 Howard Street is situated across the road from the SUNY New Paltz campus, and the property takes up over an acre of land practically walking-distance from New Paltz village’s many shops, restaurants, and rail trail. See more of our favorite New Paltz real estate listings here, and here.

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Are you open to the concept of this New Paltz Cape Cod? Find out more about 5 Howard Street, New Paltz, NY from eXp Realty

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