This Newburgh stone church is the type of singular residence that will have you singing its praises to the heavens.
This week on Upstater, we’re getting good and stoned. No, not like that. Instead, we’re diving into the listing in search of our favorite stone and brick beauties in the Hudson Valley, Catskills, and beyond. Our first stop is in Newburgh, NY, at this former church transformed into a residence with an attached apartment.
Well, almost transformed, that is. While a good deal of work has been completed to the front part of the c.1940s structure, there’s still finishing work to be done. What has been done, however, are the new wood floors, kitchen, living room, and dining room.
We all know that what you really want to see in a church-for-sale is the sanctuary…
…and this one is sure to impress, with striking support beams, original light fixtures, and stained glass, all meticulously-restored.
The upper level includes exposed brick…
…and the exterior was constructed from stone quarried right here in the Hudson Valley. The 3,914-square-foot church sits on a half-acre property in the heart of an historic Newburgian neighborhood. If you love a stone or brick house as much as we do, keep checking back for more of our favorite listings!
Want to occupy this Newburgh stone church? Find out more about 188 Grand Street, Newburgh, NY from RE/Max Benchmark Realty Group.