This 1920s Peekskill bungalow needs someone with big plans…
Look, there are no two ways about it: The property needs work. Probably quite a bit from the look of things, but these Craftsman bungalows from the late 1920s were built to last. So, if you’re looking to invest in some good bones in a great northern Westchester city, keep reading.
With three bedrooms and 1,100 square feet, the house is at least small enough to present a manageable remodel project. The enclosed front porch offers potential galore with eyebrow windows, and the hardwood floors throughout the home look beautiful. The kitchen is spacious but needs…well, pretty much everything, as does the single full bath. Recovering the walls, repainting, and fixing window frames/door trim will also be in order.
This adorable fixer-upper is listed for $229,900 and situated on the west side of northern Depew Park, Peekskill’s own 175-acre outdoor public space with a pool, walking trails, ponds, and sports courts. One Yelp reviewer called Depew Park “a gem hidden in plain sight.” That’s just one of the many reasons we love Peekskill, NY and plan to spend the rest of the week looking at the real estate market. Want to know about Peekskill? Read Chronogram’s recent piece on Peekskill here.
Ready to remodel this Peekskill bungalow? Find out more about 600 Roosevelt Avenue, Peekskill from Rising Realty/Theodore Weinstein.