When the power goes out, you can stay in with the lights on in this New Paltz Contemporary home on three acres of land.
And, in addition to insulated windows and a new boiler to help keep the 2,132-square-foot interior toasty, you’ll never have to worry about a power outage ever again, thanks to a propane-powered house generator. Take THAT, Apocalypse!
The open living room/dining room/kitchen offer a ton of potential, with hardwood floors, a midmod floating staircase, lots of light, and the statement-making wood and coal stove. Things are bit too brown for our taste, but maybe some splashes of color would brighten it up.
The kitchen comes with stainless steel appliances, and some updated cabinetry and counters would make it look fresh…
…and, the dining room includes attractive wood floors and a bank of windows to bring in the light.
There are three bedrooms – each with plenty of closet space – plus two full baths and a half-bath. They could all use a healthy dose of remodeling and de-carpeting, but, again, the potential is apparent.
Further, the house sits on three acres of land with plenty of room for vegetable gardens, located just a few miles north of New Paltz village center and convenient to the I-87 Thruway, Mohonk Preserve, and Minnewaska State Park. Consider it your little self-powered, private slice of paradise close to everything the Mid-Hudson Valley has to offer.
Ready to freshen up and batten down the hatches in this New Paltz Contemporary home? Find out more about 189 Horsenden Road, New Paltz, NY from Coldwell Banker Village Green Realty.