This Newburgh Victorian brick home is a literal work-of-art, situated on three lots in the Hudson Valley city’s East End Historic District.
The one-of-a-kind mural entitled “Roots” on the side of 33 Chamber Street was painted during the 2012 Newburgh Mural Project by Chilean artist Dasic Fernandez, so if you’re about to make an offer on this house, go show the artist some love. After all, the mural is what stopped us in our tracks while perusing the listings for our favorite brick homes for sale.
The 1,320-square-foot interior is in immaculate condition and family-friendly with four bedrooms and two baths. In the eat-in kitchen, the situation is fully-renovated, as is this laundry room, according to the listing, and there are wood floors throughout both ground and second floors.
The home’s walk-out basement leads to one of our favorite features of this property: Its massive backyard. While the main lot is just over 3,000 square feet in size, it also comes with two 3,000-square-foot neighboring lots, making it nearly a quarter-acre total. The lots are also buildable, so feel free to start your very own compound, situated in an historic city by the Hudson River.
Are you captivated by this Newburgh brick home that comes with its own art installation? Find out more about 33 Chambers Street, Newburgh, NY from River Realty, Inc.