Queen Anne Victorian + Separate Studio in Red Hook, Dutchess Co., $275,000

  |  May 30, 2017

The village of Red Hook doesn’t get quite the amount of attention as its neighbor, Rhinebeck, but there’s plenty to recommend the northern Dutchess County small town. For starters, you’ll hardly starve. Red Hook is home to the Flatiron Restaurant, the Historic Village Diner, Mercato, and two versions of Bubby’s Burritos with a take-away counter in the village and the burrito stand just outside of town. And, if you love old things and antiquities, you’ll dig digging around in Red Hook Antique Center, Attic Memories, and the Boulevard Vintage.

This sunflower-yellow Queen Anne Victorian – an antique in and of itself since it was built in 1890 – is situated right in Red Hook village, walking distance to everything. The property includes two detached buildings, one a two-car garage, and the other, a studio with its own electricity, heat, and plumbing. Need a home office, creative space, or guesthouse? You’re looking at one.

The main house includes four bedrooms, two full baths, an open flow with hardwood floors and high ceilings, bay windows, French doors, and built-in cabinetry. With 3/4 of an acre of land, this property is family-friendly, and Red Hook has a well-regarded public school district. Located less than 2 hours from NYC via Taconic Parkway.

5 Fisk Street, Red Hook (Gary DiMauro)


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