And, this New Windsor carriage house has equally gorgeous views of the Hudson River…
Let’s get to the eye-candy first. This brick carriage house dates back to the 1850s and comes with a lot of space. To be more precise, 4,000 square feet, plus three bedrooms and three full baths.
Furthermore, it’s got a fascinating exterior with a front entrance at street-level. Step around back, however, and you can see that the house is three stories. Cool detail!
Speaking of cool details, here’s another one. The 2.5-acre property sits on the Hudson River, so you can see this from the yard…
There are more cool details awaiting inside, including wood floors, stained glass windows, exposed brick, soaring ceilings, hand-hewn wood beams, and beadboard paneling.
The lowest level is set up by the current owners as an office, kitchenette, and studio.
Up from the ground floor is the main living level with great room, huge kitchen/dining room, and plenty of open space filled with natural light.
As much as we’re crushing hard on this carriage house, we must interject a bit of reality into the love-fest. It’s worth mentioning that this property’s next door neighbor is Deep Green of New York, a waste management facility. Perhaps it doesn’t matter at all to this location. We’ll keep our fingers crossed that that’s the case.
Situated five minutes from Newburgh’s center and less than 20 minutes from the Beacon Metro-North train station.
Feeling optimistic about this New Windsor carriage house? Find out more about 1034 River Road, New Windsor from William Raveis Baer & McIntosh.
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