What’s to explain the $5,200,000 listing price on this six-bedroom Nyack NY Queen Anne Victorian? We’re going to guess it has something to do with the luxuriant $4,000,000 renovation that the house received a decade ago. And once you see the inside, you’ll see why this home has been included this week among our favorite Totally Unaffordable Estates of the Hudson Valley.
This house, located on the shores of the Hudson River in Rockland County, is nothing short of majestic with balconies, turret, rooflines, and belvedere windows. Although the home was gut-rebuild, original details were restored, like embossed ceilings and walls, stained glass windows, eight fireplaces + four with original Victorian tile work, and four decorative stone mantels.
Meanwhile, modernity abounds in the form of a seven-zone heat and four-zone air conditioning system, alarm and video/speakers system, and a home cinema.
But there’s oh, so much more, as you probably already guessed. The 1.42 property includes a big yard with pergola and impressive brick patio, pond, and three levels of grassy lawn that leads to a stretch of rocky Hudson River shoreline. Talk about million dollar views.
Is $5 million right inside of your price range? Lucky you! Now see more of 309 North Broadway, Nyack on Coldwell Banker.
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