There’s a veritable bounty of renovated homes for sale in the Hudson Valley right now, and we’ve taken a fancy to this c.1930s Newburgh Colonial…
Talk about bang for your buck. Newburgh’s a good place to try and find it. And, indeed, we did with this three-bedroom, 1,852-square-foot brick home with a brand-new and classy renovation. Sweet details like a custom-tiled side porch make this home something special.
A light-soaked interior features refinished wood floors, original moldings, custom staircase, built-in bookshelves, and an open living room with fireplace.
The formal dining room includes a built-in hutch, custom fixtures, and oh-so-much sunlight. It adjoins with an updated kitchen with stainless steel appliances and granite counter tops.
Upstairs, the sunny-yellow second floor hallway leads to all three bedrooms and an additional new bath.
Situated on one-third of an acre with a big front yard with an iron fence. The corner lot is on the west side of Route 9W just blocks from Newburgh’s waterfront area, close to schools, restaurants, shops, and the Orange County city’s historic district. Cross the nearby Newburgh-Beacon Bridge, and you’re minutes away from the Beacon Metro-North station. By car via I-87, it takes less than 90 minutes to get to NYC, barring traffic.
This week on Upstater, we’re giving thanks for renovated homes for sale in the Hudson Valley and Catskills, like this one in New Paltz. Stick around for more renovations all week long!
Relishing this renovated Newburgh Colonial? Find out more about 12 Gedney Avenue, Newburgh from Hanson Real Estate Partners.
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