Have you been to Peekskill, NY recently? If not, allow us to tempt you with a selection of homes on-the-market in the northern Westchester County city…
This week on Upstater, we’re visiting Peekskill, and we couldn’t be more excited about it. Why, you ask? If you’re unfamiliar with the area, we suggest you turn your attention to this recent Chronogram Guide to Towns, in which author Brian PJ Cronin outlines Peekskill’s surge toward the future. Go ahead and read it. We’ll wait for you.
Now that you’re back and ready to buy a house, let’s start the week with this c.1928 Foursquare Craftsman located just south of Peekskill’s center, close to parks, restaurants, shops, and the train station on the Hudson River.
Step onto the enclosed front porch and through the transom front door into the well-kept entryway with wood staircase, wood floors, and stained-glass windows.
Living room includes brick fireplace, more stained glass and leaded windows, and double-french doors that lead into a massive formal dining room. Looking for an updated kitchen? This house has got one, complete with custom cabinetry, tile backsplash, and new flooring.
The 1,893-square-foot interior features four large bedrooms, wood floors throughout, and lots of natural light. Also comes with a walk-up attic, finished basement, and detached garage.
Ready to throw a pool party? Oh, you can do that here, thanks to a big back deck with pool and a fenced-in yard. Let the kids and pets run wild while you lounge in the shade with a frosty beverage, right in the heart of Peekskill city.
Ready to embrace this Peekskill foursquare house? Find out more about 508 Dyckman Street, Peekskill from Berkshire Hathaway.
The Telephone Building