This Newburgh Dutch Colonial is snazzy right off the bat, from the stunning rocking-chair from porch to its pristine 2,275-square-foot interior.
Pssst, wanna see a cool house? Of course you do! That’s why you’re haunting the virtual pages of Upstater! This week, we’re in Newburgh, NY, where cool houses abound, including this c.1920s Dutch Colonial situated in the city’s east-end, just south of Newburgh-Beacon Bridge.
If the front porch with double doors and stained glass doesn’t tempt you, perhaps the interior will seal the deal, with inlaid wood floors, brick living room fireplace, bay windows that allow in all the natural light you can handle…
…as well as an updated kitchen with stainless steel and a butler’s pantry. And, that’s just the first floor.
Up the original, turned staircase are four bedrooms, plus a full bath…
…and, up still another flight of stairs is the attic with a huge, finished room perfect for a home office, remote/homeschooling classroom, studio, extra bedroom, or playroom for the kids.
Here’s a cute bonus: The quarter-acre lot sports a detached two-car garage that looks like a smaller version of the main house. How could you not fall in love? From here, the Hudson River waterfront is a short walk away, and, if you commute, the Newburgh-Beacon Bridge will take you to the Beacon Metro-North station in about ten minutes by car.
Are you head-over-heels for this Newburgh Dutch Colonial? Find out more about 5 Central Avenue, Newburgh, NY from Hanson Real Estate Partners.