Not only does this Newburgh Grand Victorian possess grace and charm, it also includes Newburgh-Beacon Bridge views.
Get ready for Upstater to rain down Victorian houses upon you this week. And, there are more than enough to go around among the residential real estate listings in the Hudson Valley and Catskills, in variety of shapes, sizes, and prices from five-figure fixer-uppers to fancy luxury properties and every price-point in between.
Here’s one listed for just under $500K, situated on the Hudson River in Orange County, NY. Specifically, it’s in Balmville – a residential neighborhood north of Newburgh’s city center – sitting on 1.5 acres of land with big side yards. The 3,371-square-foot, c.1880 Queen Anne Victorian offers views of the property and Hudson River via balconies and an expansive wrap-around front porch, one of the trademarks of American Queen Anne Victorian design.
Includes five bedrooms total, plus a semi-open first-floor layout with living room, formal dining room, and study/billiard room. Living room comes with a working fireplace. Wood floors with parquet inlay, original moldings, newel staircase, intricate stained glass windows, and embossed ceilings innumerate those period details we come to covet in a well-maintained Victorian home.
American Queen Anne Victorians are also known for their preponderance of nooks and crannies, as well as little private balconies and roof-top Widow’s walks. This house has all of those, too. Need to feel the cool breeze during the summer? Central air-conditioning is comes included with this old house.
Throw in a sweeping, park-like lawn, and this vintage Victorian is the complete package.
Did this Newburgh Grand Victorian brighten your day? Find out more about 512 Grand Avenue, Newburgh from Stacie R. Laskin LLC.