This is no chintzy flip; in fact, this renovated Newburgh Colonial comes with high-end features, making it brand-new again.
If you dig through the listings long enough, you start to notice the flipped homes that received a cheap cosmetic upgrade. At the same time, you also notice the ones that got The Works, and this three-bedroom, 1,802-square-foot home in Newburgh – complete with Hudson River views – is one of the latter.
Granted, we’re not the biggest fans of vinyl siding, but we can still appreciate the rest. And look! No laminate flooring here! This interior includes gleaming hardwood flooring throughout, and the living room comes with a modern blue-flame fireplace, recessed lighting, new windows, and new everything else.
It’s open to the kitchen, another equally-spruced-up space with brand-new appliances, new light fixtures, new counters, and a center island…
…as well as a picture window over the sink with views of the river, which might make doing the dishes your new favorite chore.
In addition to three bedrooms, the walk-out basement has been fully finished with a half-bath and its own private entrance, making it ideal for guests or squirrel-y teens who want their own space.
The deck out back is new, too, and provides panoramic views of both the Hudson and the rolling hills on the other side.
The small-yet-sunny lot is located just a short drive south of the Newburgh-Beacon Bridge, making it a strong contender for commuter-friendly.
Appreciating the good stuff that comes with this renovated Newburgh Colonial? Find out more about 10 Forsythe Place, Newburgh, NY from Griffith Olivero.