This Newburgh Federal-style rowhouse boasts an attractive renovation…
Built in 1836, it was the first of a row of five conjoined “sister” houses on 1st Street, now part of Newburgh’s Montgomery-Grand-Liberty Streets Historic District. A recent renovation that involved lead and asbestos remediation, new roof, gutters, and a water heater also brought with it a stylish gourmet kitchen made of marble and granite.
The five-bedroom, 3,070-square-foot Federal features a center hall design with marble floors and a dining area at the end. Off the the center hall is the living room with fireplace, as well as the kitchen.
Up the wood staircase to the second floor, you’ll find large bedrooms (or one very large master suite/sitting room) with their own fireplaces and walk-in closet.
Oh, but there’s more. At the top of the third flight of stairs is the fully-finished attic with sky light, private full bath, bedroom, and sitting room.
In addition to the attic suite, there’s a basement apartment that needs completion.
The small yard is fenced-in with a stone patio. Located just a few blocks north of Newburgh city’s Liberty and Washington Streets, where you’ll find historic landmarks, parks, restaurants, shops, and the Newburgh Brewing Company. The Downing Street Farmers Market location is also nearby, as well as the Newburgh Waterfront and the Newburgh Ferry.
According to the listing, the property includes a carriage house.
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